Get Your Skin Raya Ready With This PicoSpot Treatment That Targets Dark Spots And Scars
Clear pigmentation and achieve that coveted glow.
Want to take your skin, both in appearance and how your face feels, to a radiant, new level? Then, a visit to a skin specialist is what you might be looking for.
Making its mark in the Malaysian beauty industry in 2011, Beauté Library is a premium, holistic lifestyle and beauty brand.The local company helps people with their personal beauty and skincare goals through a variety of facials and advanced treatments, as well as its range of products formulated and made with natural ingredients from France.
With nine outlets throughout the Klang Valley, Beauté Library's premium services and products are customised to individual needs, and caters to all adults.
This Raya, Beauté Library is shining a spotlight on its PicoSpot Pigmentation Treatment, a non-invasive solution that combats a range of pigmentation concerns, and has teamed up with local actress Riena Diana for a fun, festive skit
Titled Oooh-mazing Raya, watch the funny short video here:
We all want to look our best, especially during festive seasons. Beauté Library's PicoSpot Pigmentation Treatment is designed to help you do just that, leaving you with glowing skin and a boost of confidence as you gather with loved ones during Raya.
Curious about how it works? PicoSpot uses advanced, innovative technology to treat all types of pigmentation such as melanoma, age spots, hyperpigmentation, and freckles, as well as scars.
This is achieved through ultra-short energy pulses that break down targeted pigmentation into tiny particles, which your body is supposed to get rid of completely.
As a result, it may help lighten scars, promote skin recovery, and stimulate collagen production to keep skin looking even, lifted, and youthful, minus long downtimes, unnecessary pain, and side effects.
The brand kicked off the festive campaign in a recent buka puasa charity dinner, with proceeds going to SUKA Society, also known as Persatuan Kebajikan Suara Kanak-kanak Malaysia (SUKA)
Part of the Oooh-mazing Raya with Beauté Library campaign, the B-Oooh-ka Puasa Charity Dinner took place at K'Seena House, Kuang, a 100-year-old heritage home situated away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Through the charity dinner, Beauté Library pledged to donate RM100 to SUKA Society for every guest in attendance that night.
Some 182 guests made an appearance, including members of the media and local personalities like Riena Diana, Vanessa Reynauld, siblings Gaston and Jeii Pong, and more.
In the spirit of Raya, CEO of Beauté Library Wilson Lee announced that the brand would be giving back more, and raised the final tally of donations to RM20,000
According to Beauté Library, the donation collected was used to replenish food items such as oil, canned foods, chocolate malt drinks, milk powder, biscuits, noodles, and flour, as well as everyday needs like washing detergent and bath essentials.
"As the CEO of an organisation, I believe that it is our responsibility to use our platform and resources to make a meaningful impact on society," said Lee.
He added, "Giving back has always been at the heart of our organisation, and we are proud to be associated with SUKA Society and their efforts. [We're glad] the event gave us the opportunity to come together and contribute towards their noble cause."
Beauté Library currently has nine outlets throughout the Klang Valley, and can be found in Mid Valley, EkoCheras Mall, Desa ParkCity, USJ Taipan, SetiaWalk Puchong, Kota Damansara, MyTOWN KL, 1 Utama, and Setia City Mall
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