Kypris Skincare Line Makes Hawaiian Debut at Hāwanawana Spa

View from Hāwanawana Spa, where guests can now enjoy Kypris skincare products. // Photo courtesy of Four Seasons Resort Lāna'i

If your spa is looking to incorporate sustainable, organic new skincare, you might want to follow suit of Hāwanawana Spa at Four Seasons Resort Lāna’i (Hawaii), who just announced a new partnership with Kypris, a professional skincare line known for its holistic and high-performance qualities. Together, the spa and the skincare line developed a menu of sustainably harvested, holistic, plant-based skincare offerings that will be available at the spa starting in January 2018. The partnership marks the first introduction of Kypris to the Hawaiian Islands.

“We search far and wide for high-end skincare partners that can support our sustainable and organic skincare values,” says Shaw Cote, spa director at Four Seasons Resort Lāna'i. “Not only is Kypris a super clean, vegan line, it's the perfect blend of lush botanicals and pure science.  Combining Kypris with labradorite gemstones, our new treatments will delight, impress, and inspire our discerning, spa savvy guests.”

The team developed three new signature treatments that will feature the Kypris line at Hāwanawana Spa:

  • Nani Kōkī (Supremely Beautiful) Pure Luxury Facial (90 min, $350): An ultra-nourishing and revitalizing featuring lush Kypris cosmeceuticals.
     
  • Super Quench Rescue Facial (60 min, $235): Features Sun Repair by Kypris to replenish, calm, repair, plump, and hydrate skin.
     
  • Nani Kōkī (Supremely Beautiful) Head-to-Toe Ritual (120 min, $460): Uses ultra-nourishing and aromatic Kypris botanicals to revitalize the body from head to toe.

“Kypris is thrilled to enter the Hawaiian market through an integrated collaboration with Four Seasons Resort Lana’i,” said Chase Polan, founder of Kypris. “We are excited to create uniquely beautiful experiences of delight, rest, and renewal for the Hāwanawana Spa community.”

Hāwanawana guests can also opt to add Kypris products to a number of other service options, including the Hāwanwana Signature Facial, Inner Glow Regenerating L.E.D. Facial, Deluxe Purifying L.E.D. Facial, Precious Gems Collagen Facial, and the Hydrafacial.

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