Kypris Serums – An Amazing Organic Skincare Melasma Treatment Routine
A funny thing happened in January. I’m obsessed with my skincare and hyperpigmentation on my face, yet it wasn’t until mid-January that I realized dark spots that had plagued my right cheek for years were virtually gone. For months I hadn’t noticed because I was being too critical. When I looked back at pictures it seemed to happy around September.
And what products did I finally buy in late August after saving up for few months – three fantastic Kypris rockstars!!!
After having sampled them many times and knowing they wouldn’t irritate my dehydrated sensitive skin I finally bought my coveted Kypris products. (Thanks in part to a Nordstrom gift cart I earned through my company’s peer reward system 🙂 ).
Kypris makes so many delicious organic, high-performance skincare and masks but these are my favorites especially for anti-aging, melasma and dark spot treatments.
This is a truly, luxurious, gift-worthy organic vegan beauty line. And its totally worth it.
Update June 2020: Kypris now offers several sets and minis on their site, including a discovery set of samples of all of their products for just $118 !
Kypris Pot of Shade: Heliotropic Review
A strong mineral (physical) sunscreen is your #1 defense system against melasma, dark spots and hyperpigmentation. But if you wear a lot of makeup like me, you also want a natural sunscreen that performs well under makeup. Kypris Heliotropic Pot of Shade SPF 30 is pretty much perfect. I would love it if it had a higher SPF but it has several amazing features. This mineral sunblock has an incredible featherweight but still-feels-like-its-working texture and also acts as a makeup primer.
My makeup wears fantastically over this mineral sunblock. My only problem? The pot of sunscreen is rather small for the $75 price tag and I can run through this product rather quickly. Can’t wait to fill you in on my second favorite, backup sunscreen that lasts longer. Stay tuned 🙂
Kypris Antioxidant Dew Review
Are you sick of people over-exaggerating the effects of Vitamin C? It’s a great antioxidant (and yes, I’ve written about it too) but its combination with other stellar ingredients makes this Kypris antioxidant serum so potent. My skin can’t get enough! It slurps up this soothing serum instantly. If I could bathe in this, I would. My face loves this serum and it’s absolutely helped my melasma and dark spots on my cheeks.
Have you thought about buying SkinCeauticals C E Ferulic acid serum? Buy this antioxidant dew instead. It’s so nourishing and doesn’t smell weird. So vitamin C, vitamin E, ferulic acid, sea algae (a superstar beloved by our friends at OSEA skincare) , mallow plant and DPHP amino acid drive the power beyond this rick but lightweight serum.
This Kypris antioxidant serum is hydrating perfection. I have to fight myself from using it in every single skincare routine I have.
Kypris Moonlight Catalyst Review
This is one stealth nighttime serum. Not as strong feeling as Ole Henriksen overnight repair serum but the texture is similar. This gentle resurfacing treatment had long been on my skincare wish list. Kypris had me at “herbal alternative to retinoid“….:) .
Don’t be surprised by the gentle un-feeling of this nighttime regeneration serum. You absolutely must wash your face in the morning and wear physical sunscreen to prevent sun sensitivity. Rosehips (another powerhouse), white willow bark ( #yassss) and fermented pumpkin extracts brighten and resurface with powerful results but in a gentle way even for my sensitive skin.
AnonymousJune 12, 2020 at 9:41 am
Why don’t you link the products to the website that sells the products? I’ve clicked several products and it just sends me to other articles. You’re missing out and the reader has to Google things. .
MaggieJune 19, 2020 at 10:46 am
Hi! Thank you for your helpful feedback. I totally agree! I appreciate your patience as I’ve been tackling a long list of site updates over the past few months. I just went through a huge project of updating internal link reference and I’m able to now shift focus on updating my external links. I’ve made more updates to this article specifically and will be tackling more in the next few weeks.
VickyNovember 1, 2021 at 8:29 pm
So glad I found you! My melasma has flared up so badly in 2020 (of course when I started trying to “treat” one small patch that grew to both sides of my face). Have you tried Skincare by Dr. V? I tried her facial pigmentation kit and I’m on month 3. My melasma has days where I see a big difference and other days that it’s only slight. I’m on month 3 and going to give it 6 months. Adding these items to my next round if I don’t see a difference with Dr. V.