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Haloxyl

Targets Under-eye Dark Circles

Last Updated on November 11, 2019 - WRITTEN BY

Haloxyl is one of the world’s most popular anti-aging treatments. While it is a widely-used ingredient, it does more than just lightening areas and fading the look of dark circles. Numerous studies have shown its effectiveness in reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles all over the face.

It is a favorite ingredient in some of the most effective anti-aging products. It has made waves in the dermatologist community as one of the best new ingredients for reducing the look of fine lines and wrinkles. It is ideal for anti-aging skin lightening formulations or under-eye creams. You can also find this peptide on its own, as one of our Serum Boosters, to mix into your favorite moisturizers. Treat Under-eye Dark Circles and Hollows

What Does It Do?

While you already know that this ingredient fights the signs of aging, you may want to know what exactly it does. Haloxyl is most often used in under-eye creams.

As we age, the under-eye area is one of the first places that begin to sag, wrinkle, and look dark and dull. One of the main benefits is to help reduce the appearance of under-eye darkness.

Broken capillaries can cause darkness. Thinning skin can also make under the eye appear darker than it is. Using a concealer that reflects light with pigments is a great way to combat the effects of thin areas. Because the skin under the eye is so delicate, as it begins to thin, it will become more susceptible to wrinkling and creasing.

Haloxyl encourages the eye area to return to its normal, healthy, youthful appearance. Haloxyl is a dual-action ingredient for under-eye concerns.

Anti-Aging Tip {Look for Haloxyl in a 3% concentration, and it can be used to lighten in treatment serums by lessening the appearance of dark spots.}

Benefits of Haloxyl

Haloxyl has been thoroughly tested and approved. At a 3% concentration, this is one of the best skin lightening ingredients on the market today. Skincare products that contain Haloxyl can get extremely expensive and used at a 1% concentration.

Remember the infomercials from Hydrolize? They gave away a free jar of their eye cream made with Haloxyl. And then, when you went back to purchase another bottle, they would charge $80 for a tiny bottle. If you are looking for an ingredient that a great skin lightener? Haloxyl is the perfect dark circle reducer for your anti-aging eye cream.

Another great way to incorporate Haloxyl into your skincare routine is to use an anti-aging serum that contains a 3% concentration.

Uneven skin tone, age spots, discolorations, blotchiness, and even old acne marks can be lightened.

One of the tell-tale signs of aging is hyperpigmentation or an uneven complexion. Tell aging to take a hike and uncover a more even, radiant complexion when you use this fantastic skin lightening ingredient in your anti-aging serum!

Using Haloxyl in Anti-Aging Products

Add a 3 percent concentration to any eye cream, serum, moisturizer or other beauty product.

Sources:
https://www.ulprospector.com/en/na/PersonalCare/Detail/1240/420567/Haloxyl
https://thedermreview.com/haloxyl-review/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4924417/

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