Updated: Jul 19, 2019

HaloCel Reviews

By - Reviewed by CHD Team

HaloCel is an eye cream which is intended to help address the appearance of skin health around your eyes.

HaloCel – Visibily Brighter & Firmer Skin!

This skin can present unique challenges to an appearance due to its thinness and very visible position on your face. This product is sold by the manufacturer and comes in half-ounce (15ml) bottles.

Unfortunately it is sold using a trial and autoship program; you can get a sample of the product for about $4 shipping and handling, but this automatically enrolls you in a program that will mail you a bottle of the product each month at the price of about $90 per month.

Working Process

HaloCel is composed of a range of proprietary ingredients which are intended to supplement your skin’s natural biological processes and lead to a renewed and healthier appearance.

This is done by massaging the product into the skin around your eyes on a regular basis.

HaloCel Ingredient List

Strangely enough, we have an exact list of all of the ingredients for this product, but it is not clear what the active ingredients are – the active ingredients seem to be proprietary formulas listed in exact chemical language but not clarified. The active ingredients are presented to be the following:

  • Eyeliss: A compound intended to support firm tissue under the eyes, preventing “bags” and increasing circulation.
  • Matrixyle 3000: A peptide compound intended to reduce the appearance of wrinkling or sun-induced damage.
  • Haloxyle: A product that lessens the appearance of under-eye discoloration.

HaloCel Advantages

  • No known side effects.
  • Home shipment options can be convenient
  • Trial offer is available

HaloCel Disadvantages

  • No clinical information is provided to back up the claims that this product will be particularly effective at addressing any of the described issues.
  • Monthly price is quite high (~$90 US)
  • “Trial and autoship” programs often have poor customer service

Important Features

  • This product contains a range of ingredients which are meant to support the healthy appearance of the skin around your eyes.
  • It is not a replacement for good skincare habits, such as plenty of rest and sun protection.
  • It should be used regularly for best results.


The makers don’t provide clear instructions, but similar products are typically used once or twice a day after washing and drying your face.

Apply a small amount to the skin around and under your eyes.

Halocel Questions and Answers

Q: Is this product allergen-free? Natural?

A: The makers don’t provide any assertions as to this product being allergen-free, although there is a list of ingredients which you can check against any known problems you have.

Q: Which are the alternatives to Halocel?

A: The alternatives to Halocel are L’Oreal Revitalift Triple Power Eye Treatment Reviews and Lancome Genifique Yeux Youth Activating Eye Cream Reviews.

While the product is said to be “all-natural,” it also says no “unnecessary” fillers are included, which is a rather open-ended statement.

Final Verdict

HaloCel does not give us a lot to go on when we’re looking for an effective wrinkle supplement. It does provide us with an ingredients list, but their stated active formulas aren’t clearly identified.

Their website, while attractive, has several recurring errors and seems machine-translated.

And worse, their product is sold in a trial and auto-shipment program, a method of distribution that tends to come with products the manufacturers aren’t really confident in.

There are beauty products available for every budget, and cost doesn’t always map to effectiveness.

Be sure to shop around and find the wrinkle care supplement that fits YOUR needs, most of all.

The most common eye area issues are puffiness, dark circles, wrinkles and crow’s feet, and loss of hydration. There are countless eye creams available on the market today, making it seem nearly impossible to find the “right one” that meets our specific under eye needs. It is imperative to find a product that has been formulated to address a variety of complex eye area problems.

Below you’ll find some of the most effective eye cream formulations on the market today, in our opinion.

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