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5 Jun

Mindful Living, Now More Than Ever

Kypwell [keep-well], a skincare brand with holistic wellbeing and mindful living at the core of everything they do. The Kyp in their name comes from Kypros, the common local name for Cyprus, where the herbs and plants used in their skincare, tisanes and spa treatments are sourced; From the rich volcanic soil of Cyprus, warmed by the Mediterranean sun.  

Finding a healthy balance of physical and mental wellbeing in the 21st century has proven difficult. However, there is now more focus on how we can slow down and be more mindful and kinder to ourselves and our needs. Kypwells vegan skincare, spa treatments and herbal teas are all designed with balance in mind, containing Cyprus sun and nutritional gold. Approaching wellness in a holistic way, the brand encourages people to think further than what we put on our skin: what we eat, how we think and how we behave.  

Sustainability lies at the core of the Kypwell ethos, growing medicinal herbs and plants in fields certified BIO organic by the renowned Lacon institute. Growing in the rich volcanic soils of Cyprus in 300+ days of sunshine a year, these conditions encourage potency for plant bioactives. Paired with sourced high-tech ingredients, Kypwell vegan skin therapies are made to be powerfully nourishing and rejuvenating.  

The team at Cohorted couldn’t wait to get or hands on some Kypwell favourites! It was enough hearing about the products, and it was time to try them… 

Signature Flower Mist Toner 

This multi-award-winning facial mist is 100% natural and organic. Taking inspiration from an ancient Cyprus formula, this combination of distilled water with organic herb and flower extracts give the skin a daily toning, hydration and nourishment. If you’re looking for an easy, safe toner then the Kypwell Flower Mist should be on your list! It will soothe irritation whilst balancing pH levels and protecting the skin against environmental aggressorsIt’s a yes from us!  

Looking Up – Firming Eye Cream 

A newer release from Kypwell, their firming eye cream is formulated with herbal oils, plant extracts, peptides and neurotonic proteins, designed to smooth and plump the eye area. This deeply nourishing and hydrating cream provides gradual lift and boosts youthful radiance, whilst protecting the skin from environmental damage. This formula has a slight undertone to it, which helps to lightly conceal and brighten the undereye area. With sustainable packaging that is cute and reusable – we’re a huge fan of this one…  

Black Gold – Carob Superfood Mask 

Known as ‘black gold’ in Cyprus, the Carob ingredient is treasured for its regenerative properties. Formulated with a unique combination of vegan and organic certified ingredients, the Kypwell Carob Mask will deeply nourish the skin, helping to stimulate collagen production and encourage wound healing. Packaged again in sustainable cork, glass, wood and recycled paper, this is a mask you need for a deep detox!  

Eternal Youth – Collagen and Elastin Booster 

Winner of the ‘Best New Design and Packaging’ Award at the Global Pure Beauty Awards 2020Kypwell’s Eternal Youth Collagen Booster is much more than its sustainable packaging. Formulated to rejuvenate, nourish and firm the skin, this powerful booster is designed to increase the production of your own collagen and hyaluronic acid, leaving you with a natural youthful glow. This serum also guards against inflammation, redness and irritation caused by environmental aggressors. What’s not to love? 

Kypwell represents a much wider responsibility in the skincare industryencouraging a mindful, holistic approach to wellbeing. Their mission and challenges are to reconnect people with nature, promote healthy confidence and a slower, more sustainable pace of life. Kypwell is much more than skincare and Cohorted are here for it.  

You can purchase Kypwell online here and read more on how they are approaching mindful living.
Emma Tarabay

Partnerships and Editorial Manager at Cohorted Communications / Cohorted Cult 98% of the time you will find me in my pj's, looking at photos of sloths and wishing I had a dog, whilst drinking endless amounts of tea and mango juice. - www.ejtlifestyle.co.uk

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