Product: Kypris Beauty – Beauty Elixir II, Healing Bouquet Moisturizing Face Oil
Price: $80 – $200 USD
My rating: 9/10
How Long Have I Used the Product? 3 Months
About the Brand
Kypris Beauty creates luxurious and high-performance skin care. Their ingredients are wild-harvested, organic and sustainably grown.
Kypris Beauty has a mantra: “Beauty with a Soul Supported with Science”. Kypris offers you the best of science and nature, while also supporting and honoring the communities from which their ingredients come.
Here is a two part Video with the founder of Kypris, Chase Polan.
These two videos are a great introduction into Kypris’ entire line of skin care products. Chase teaches you how to create a micro-emulsion that will transform your skin.
My First Impression of the Product
I received a sample of the Beauty Elixir II and I loved how even the sample came in a dark glass bottle with a tiny glass dropper!
Scent is always the first sense I use with new products, A nice calming scent gets me every time. The Beauty Elixir II smells like a heavenly bouquet.
I noticed how dark this facial oil was, a deep reddish orange. I put it on my face and it absorbed right in, it is nice and light – not too greasy. I absolutely love this stuff, it is amazing.
Scent and Texture
The scent is composed of geranium, jasmine, patchouli and lavender.
The oil goes on well and leaves a dewy glow. Creating a micro-emulsion with the Beauty Elixir II and the Antioxidant Dew is a decadent treat for the skin (watch the video’s above to learn what a micro-emulsion is).
The Antioxidant Dew is a water-based serum, so it penetrates deeply, the Beauty Elixir sits more at the top of the skin.
When you mix the two together to create a micro-emulsion, the Antioxidant Dew pulls the Beauty Elixir deeper, giving you ultimate hydration and delivering all the amazing anti-aging ingredients to where they are needed.
About the Product
Kypris makes exceptional products with exceptional ingredients. There are so many actives jam-packed into their formulas. They use clinically proven ingredients, so you can be sure they will be effective.
This formula uses 24 natural and active ingredients.
Full Ingredients List
Helianthus annuus (Sunflower Seed) Oil, Cocos nucifera (Virgin Coconut) Oil, Vitis vinifera (Grape Seed) Oil, Adansonia digitata (baobab) Oil, Aleurites moloccans (Kukui) Oil, Calophyllum inophyllum (Tamanu) Oil, Curcubita pepo (Pumpkin Seed) Oil, Ubiquinone (CoQ10), Opuntia engelmannii (Prickly Pear Seed) Oil, Rosa Canina (Rosehip) Extract, Hippophae rhamonides (Seabuckthorn Berry) Extract, Punica granatum (Pomegranate Seed) Extract, Rubus occidentalis (Black Raspberry Seed) Oil, Vaccinium macrocarpon (Cranberry Seed) Oil, Stearyl Glycyrrhetinate (From Licorice), Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (Vitamin C Ester), Rosamarinus officinalis (Rosemary Leaf) Extract Non- GMO Mixed Tocopherols, 100% Natural Essential Oil Blend ( Geranium, Jasmine, Patchouli, Lavender)
- Baobob Oil – rich in vitamins A and E, reinforces the skin’ barrier function.
- Kukui Oil – absorbs readily into the skin, providing the skin with essential fatty acids.
- Tamanu Oil – has been proven to heal damaged skin.
- Prickly Pear Seed Oil – restores elasticity and softens the skin.
- Coenzyme Q10 – a clinically-proven skin antioxidant that evens tone, diminishes sun damage, brightens, and firms.
- Licorice Isolate – diminishes irritation and redness.
- Vitamin C Ester – supports collagen production.
Price and Size
$200 USD/ $260 CAD for 47 ml
$80 USD/ $112 CAD for 14 ml
Who is this product for?
It is suitable for all skin types but works especially well for: Combination or inflamed, fussy skin caused by blemishes or environmental over-exposure.
How well does it work?
It works really well. Kypris’ products are formulated with proven ingredients. I love how well this oil soaks into my skin and makes it feel soft and cared for.
The scent is calming and soothing. I feel truly pampered using Kypris’ products.
I love using this product, either alone or mixed with the Antioxidant Dew. If I were to just use 2 products for hydration and skin repair, the Antioxidant Dew and the Beauty Elixir would be the ones I would choose.
My only qualm about the Beauty Elixir II is that it contains coconut oil, which is a pore-clogging oil. This may not be the best facial oil for acne prone skin. I liked using it when I was still on Benzoyl Peroxide for my acne, but now that I have ditched BP, I have temporarily given up facial oils.
Kypris’ products would work best for anyone looking to add potent and natural anti-aging products to their skin routine.
The price is high for these top performing products, but they are worth it. A full size bottle will last you months.
- penetrates the skin well
- gives a soft glow to the skin
- hydrates and nourishes
- contains potent and proven anti-aging ingredients
- comes in a dark glass bottle with a glass dropper
- scent is a lovely floral bouquet
- contains essential oils, which some people might not be able to tolerate, luckily for them, Kypris Beauty has another beauty elixir called Prismatic Array, which contains no essential oils.
- second ingredient is coconut oil, a pore-clogging oil.
I give this product a 9/10. The ingredients are exceptional, the company has values I can feel great about, and the packaging will protect the contents. The only downfall is the coconut oil, it is a high pore-clogging ingredient. Coconut oil is great for the skin, it just isn’t recommended for people who are prone to acne.
The essential oils may not be what people want, and the smell may not be for everybody. Kypris has made a facial oil for those who want to avoid essential oils, it is called Beauty Elixir III : Prismatic Array (bonus, it is cheaper).
Pamper Your Skin with the Beauty Elixir Now
Get it on Amazon because they have free shipping
Kypris is also available at the Detox Market USA and Canada
and at Eco Diva Beauty (best Canadian price)
In the UK? Get it at Alyaka
What do you think of Kypris’ products? Share your story in the comments below 🙂
Yours In Beauty,
*p.s I received these samples for free, but my reviews are always honest. This post contains affiliate links, if you click and buy, I receive a small commission. Thanks for your support.