About the brand: Kypris
This brand might take the cake for the most enchanting packaging ever. Have you heard of Kypris Beauty? They're a relatively new line of all natural beauty oils and potions. Their skincare range is made in Arizona, and uses organic, wild crafted, and sustainably grown botanicals from all over the world to help you achieve skin perfection. They're all-natural, cruelty free, and are packaged in beautiful glass. Just check out this list of values.
Some of the standout products seem to be the Beauty Elixer I (made with 1000 roses), Antioxidant Dew, Moonlight Catalyst, and the Clearing Serum. The price range is fairly high, averaging around $60 each. These types of products are meant to be used after cleansing and toning, but before moisturizer, and you only need just a few drops. I've also heard the products can even be layered on top of one another.
Lately I've been craving more serums in my routine. My all time favorite serum is the Alina Vitamin C Serum, but I'm interested in playing around with some more targeted serums, so when I saw these beauts pop up on my Instagram feed, I decided Kypris would be a great place to start.
Here's a breakdown of the products I'm dying to try:
- Antioxidant Dew. Do the dew people!! This one promises dewy fresh skin, all day hydration, brightness, firming, and soothes redness and inflammations. Sounds like an all-in-one miracle product to me!
- Moonlight Catalyst. While I believe that using chemicals on our face isn't necessarily bad, it is refreshing to find a product that isn't harsh, but promises to enhance cellular renewal. Products like this are my absolute favorite, because you can actually see a difference the next day. I'll pick this up when I run out of my Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Concentrate.
- Beauty Elixer I. Kypris makes multiple beauty elixers, but number 1 stood out to me. This one is the most hormonal and is great for acne prone skin. Also, each bottle contains oils from 1000 roses, and it doesn't get more luxurious than that.
- Clearing Serum. I've been on the hunt for a clearing serum lately, just to use when I have a few breakouts that are hanging around for the long haul. Made with Zinc, Green Tea, Lavender, and Chaparral, it's going to help balance oil production AND heal any existing blemishes. (This one apparently double duties as a great aftershave for guys, since it can reduce redness and sooth skin irritations).
Do you use more than one serum? I think I'm ready to take the plunge.