I am definitely a fan of the medical/doctor skincare brands but it’s always great to find an effective collection of natural beauty products. Based on a selection of organic, wild crafted and sustainable ingredients, KYPRIS beauty products are 100% natural alternatives for all your skincare needs.
Clearing Serum ($87): I have oily, blemish prone skin so I am always attracted to products that will help keep the inflammation at bay and assist with the healing process. Equipped with a variety natural active ingredients, including zinc to support healing, quinoa seed oil to sooth and nourish, and tea tree & lavender to minimize the appearance of inflammation, this clearing serum is exactly what you want on spotty skin days. I apply a thin layer in the morning, under a moisturizer, and any irritated, inflamed spots are significantly calmer and reduced in size by the time I take off my makeup at the end of the day. It drastically speeds up the clearing time and I have also found that hyper pigmentation has been less of a problem since using the clearing serum. This is has quickly become a staple in my skincare routine. If you have generally problematic skin, I definitely recommend picking this up.
Moonlight Catalyst ($101): A natural alternative to retinols, this nighttime serum creates noticeably smoother skin while you sleep – what else could you want! Fermented pumpkin enzymes exfoliate your skin while Hawaiian Sea algae hydrates and extractions of Rosehip seed and sea buckthorn relieve irritation. After using this, I wake up with smoother, calmer and more radiant skin. I also find that this serum helps to diminish any marks left behind from previous blemishes. Using this product in conjunction with the Clearing Serum has definitely helped to maintain clear and even skin.
Whether you’re a natural beauty newbie or a seasoned veteran, I really recommend checking out Kypris products. For me, these have been very effective problem solvers that I can’t be without now. These products have definitely been worth every penny.
Have you tried Kypris products? What did you think?