Kypris Cleanser Concentrate and Heliotropic Sunscreen & Primer
I was fortunate to be sent a box of goodies from Kypris recently and I have really enjoyed trying out all the products. I thought that I would review the 2 full size products that I was sent.
Named after the goddess Aphrodite (Kypris is the name given to her by Cypriots, as legend tells that she rose from the water off the coast of Cyprus). Kypris was founded by Chase Polan based upon the principle that feeling beautiful is a birthright. The products are made in Scottsdale, Arizona in the USA. Kypris is luxurious, holistic skincare made with organic, wild-crafted and sustainably grown ingredients. All formulations are 100% natural and never tested on animals.
The first product that I tried out was Kypris Cleanser Concentrate* which contains co-op grown moringa, wild-crafted prickly pear and probiotics (the full ingredients list can be found on the Kypris website). Simply apply a pearl sized amount of the cleanser over dry or damp face and neck and then wet fingertips and gently massage over your skin. Continue to massage as you rinse. This is a highly concentrated formula that should last 60 days if used as directed. I found this cleanser left my skin feeling clean and smooth and it's gentle so did not leave my skin feeling dry and tight. It's £50 for 46ml.
The second product that I tried was Kypris Pot of Shade HelioTropic* Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen & Primer. This is a multifunctional, translucent veil of non nano, broad spectrum SPF 30 and moisturising botanicals to prime skin for daily radiance. This is a very thick cream, but it is easy to apply to the skin and sinks in without leaving a greasy residue. It doesn't leave a white cast to your face either and I found that it was easy to apply makeup over the top as well. The full ingredients list can be found on the Kypris website. It's £53 for 27ml.
Both these products are suitable for most skin types. Kypris is available in the UK at Cult Beauty and Selfridges.
*I was sent these products to review but the opinions are my own