This was one of the products of Wigmaker/Perfumer William Bogle, of Boston. The earliest reference I've found to this product was in 1837, when Bogle brought it to the Exhibition of the Massachussetts Charitable mechanics Association. He also brought 6 bottles to the fair in 1844. It was advertised for sale by Frederick Baron in the 1856 Lowell Mass. Business Directory. There was also an ad in the 1866 New England Directory listing "Bogle's Fluid" as one of the products for sale by James M. Henry & Sons.
According to an 1856 ad, there were 5 size variants of the Hyperion Fluid bottle. I have seen only four so far. The number 5 variant listed below was for sale on eBay on 2005. Pic courtesy of Loren (firstname.lastname@example.org).