Recommended usage rate: 1 to 3% concentration.
Our Haloxyl comes in a .5 Ounce blue glass dropper bottle.
Do you have dark circles under your eyes that won't go away no matter how much rest you get? Instead of hiding them and covering them with concealers, try boosting your favorite serum, lotion, or cream with Haloxyl.
The ingredients in this amazing serum booster help nourish the delicate area and minimize the look of dark circles under your eyes.
Not only that, but Haloxyl is also known for its anti-irritant and toning properties, making it the perfect addition to any eye serum. In addition, when you add Haloxyl to any serum, cream, or lotion, you minimize the appearance of under-eye dark circles, puffiness, and fatigue.
And results improve even further with extended and continuous use. For example, in a recent study, 70% of women who used Haloxyl for 56 days reported significant improvements in the dark circles under their eyes.
You can add Haloxyl to almost any skincare product, including lotions, creams, and serums. In addition, many women report great success in adding Haloxyl to their concealers.
This way, they can reduce the appearance of their under-eye dark circles over time while achieving an instantly even-looking complexion.
If you have dark circles under your eyes and the skin around your eyes looks tired and dull, order a bottle of Haloxyl today, add it to your favorite skincare product, or add it to a homemade skin care recipe.
Dark circles under your eyes make you look older than your years. They also make you look tired and drawn. Haloxyl targets the pigmented blood cells that cause those under-eye circles.
- Brightens under-eye discolorations
- Skin tightening and firming
Say goodbye to your under-eye circles and puffy skin, and say hello to bright, dewy eyes with a beautiful, soft, and evenly toned complexion.
How to Use
Depending on your particular skincare needs, add a 1-3% concentration of your homemade lotion or serum or an existing skincare product of your choice.
Once done, replace the cap on your Haloxyl bottle and store it in the refrigerator to keep it fresh and potent for the next time you need to use it. The container's blue tint will protect it from light damage, and the chilled temperature will prevent oxidation and dilution.
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You have probably seen Haloxyl in high-end products. Remember the Hydrolyze commercials that gave away a complimentary bottle of eye cream? Only the bottle wasn't free- they put you on an automatic subscription without your knowledge and charged you $80 for the next .5 oz. bottle?
Below is a sampling of the brands that add Haloxyl to their top-dollar skincare products:
- Babyface Complete Eye Cream
- Earthen Clear #1 With Haloxyl
- Your Best Face Correct and Control Duo
- Hydrolyze Under Eye Treatment from Hydroxytone
You'd give anything for brighter, more vibrant eyes without those circles making you look fatigued, but you shouldn't have to. These products range from $40 to over $300.
You shouldn't have to pay $300 for a solution to your under-eye circles, especially when there's a better alternative.
As we mentioned earlier, you can add Haloxyl to many skincare products. To get the very best results, follow our step-by-step video tutorial on adding a serum booster to any serum, lotion, or cream.
This is an especially great way to get more life out of skincare products that have been sitting unused in your medicine cabinet. Have an eye serum that didn't quite live up to its promises? Just add some Haloxyl!
Of course, the best way to save money and decrease your impact on the environment is to make your own skincare products.
When you buy natural and organic ingredients and take just a little bit of time out of your day to create your custom blend, you'll be able to make the right formula for your skincare needs and your wallet.
Check out some of our serum recipes and tutorials, and get creative! Then, order your bottle of Haloxyl today and give your eyes a boost!
Recommended Usage Rate: 1 - 3%
Appearance: Pale liquid
Solubility: Water soluble
Place in the refrigerator upon arrival.
Haloxyl is an anti-aging cosmetic peptide or cosmeceutical typically used in eye formulas, facial creams, or serums. Do not apply directly to the skin.
INCI: Water, glycerin, steareth-20, N-hydroxysuccinimide, chrysin, palmitoyl tripeptide-1, palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7.
Chrysin is a potent antioxidant from the Blue Passion Flower. It is a naturally occurring phytochemical from plants. It helps the body eliminate pigment from blood deposits responsible for making dark circles.
Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7 is a four-strand amino acid with the sequence glycine-glutamine-proline-arginine that reduces inflammation and regenerates the skin.
Do not directly apply to your skin. Instead, this product should be added to a formulation at the recommended usage rate.
For external use only, all products are cosmetic grade.
The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated the statements contained herein. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Always consult with your professional skin care provider.
California Prop 65 Statement: The following statement is made to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. This product is not known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Can you use this on the face or just under the eyes?
Haloxyl can be used under the eyes and anywhere on the face, neck, or body to fade and lighten the look of age spots.
What is the amount of haloxyl in the bottle? Is the concentration 100 percent or is it a mixture with any other ingredients?
"Haloxyl" is comprised of the following ingredients: Water, glycerin, steareth-20, N-hydroxysuccinimide, chrysin, palmitoyl tetrapeptide- 7. Our Serum Booster is 100% Haloxyl; we do not add fillers or additional preservatives.
Is it okay to use this with squalling oil? Or is the hyaluronic acid best?
Haloxyl is a water-soluble anti-aging ingredient and will not dissolve in squaline oil. Most of the Serum Boosters are water soluble and we recommend using them in a base of Hyaluronic Acid or in your existing skincare product.
Can Haloxyl be used straight under the eye without mixing with another product? or must it be diluted to 1-3% as suggested? (like in an eye cream?) If it can be used alone, can it be applied under eye then apply an eye cream to moisturize? If dilution is needed, what is the ratio? 1-3g of Haloxyl to 1oz or @30 g/ml? Please advise. Look forward to your reply. Thank you!
All of our Serum Boosters are anti-aging ingredients are for lotion making. They need to be mixed before use. They should not be applied directly to the skin. Haloxyl can be used at 3% in an eye cream. You would need to add 27 drops into 1 ounce.
how do you measure 1%, or 2% or 3% of the serum to what amount of product, eg: an eye cream? Is it by weight or can it be done by drops? Please Advise.
With your order, we include a brochure with detailed instructions. There is a chart that will give you the amount to add by drops. We also provide helpful conversions so you can add the Serum Booster by teaspoons or weight. To get the most accurate measurements, you would need to add the booster by weight with a scale.
Can Haloxyl be used with any of your other boosters?
Yes! Our Serum Boosters can be used with other boosters, including Haloxyl. The only rule is to not use Copper Peptide with Vitamin C as they negate each other.