While just about everyone could do without wrinkles and other signs of aging, not everyone is willing to endure knives and needles for the cause. Enter the latest craze – Snake Venom.
Synthetic snake venom, that is. Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Drew Barrymore swear by it, and there’s a less expensive version that makes it affordable for most of us too.
InkaNatura makes Amazonas Snake Venom Face Cream to treat wrinkles similarly to Botox, by relaxing the muscles and lessening the facial expressions that cause wrinkles.
One study showed that of 45 volunteers using Snake Venom Face Cream, forehead wrinkles were reduced by 45% while muscle contractions around the eyes were reduced by 82%.
The ingredients in Snake Venom Face Cream work together to fight wrinkles on several fronts:
- Syna-Ke is a polypeptide that is similar in structure to actual snake venom. It works like Botox to prevent facial muscle contraction.
- Allantoin sloughs off dead skin cells and stimulates the generation of new ones. It also calms skin irritation.
- Collagen is a key structural component of the connective tissue in skin. It’s abundantly present in young skin and is responsible for firmness and elasticity. Aging skin loses the ability to produce enough collagen. Snake Venom Face Cream helps replace it.
The participants in the study used Snake Venom Face Cream twice a day to achieve their results. It’s recommended that you follow the same regimen.
Snake Venom Face Cream Pros and Cons
Advantages of Snake Venom Face Cream
- It works like Botox
- It’s reasonably affordable
- It is based on skincare technology used by celebrities
- Clinical studies on its primary ingredient are promising
Disadvantages of Snake Venom Face Cream
- We couldn’t find any independent Snake Venom Face Cream reviews from actual customers
- There is no manufacturer guarantee
Where to Buy
There are several online retailers who sell Snake Venom Face Cream. A 150 gram pot is available most places for about $30. Some sites offer small discounts for purchasing multiple quantities.
We’re all for trying new anti-aging skincare products designed to hold back the hands of time. And the idea that you can get results similar to Botox by using a cream, and a fairly inexpensive one at that, is enticing.
If Snake Venom Face Cream does work, we think it’s well worth the $30. We’re just a little skeptical because if it really does what it says it does, we think it would sell at a much higher price point.
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It works but it won't be what you're sent
I was part of a live demo at a Forever Diamond shop in the US. It worked. It was very impressive. They tried to sell it us at 1000 dollars. Eventually we rattled them down but what they gave us didn't work at all. They obviously keep the good stuff for the demos and sell mugs like us useless nonesense
I have been using this cream for one month now and see no improvement.
DO NOT fall for this. They will offer to send you a free sample for a small shipping charge and then continue to charge your credit card large amounts of money. Bad business.
Snake Venom Mask
I ordered my snake venom sleep in mask from Korean skin care company. I paid $8.50 for 100g; arrived 2 weeks later. Cleanse face then rinse with warm water which will open your pores, apply the snake venom by massaging all over my face. After 40 minutes my face started tingling for about an hour. The next day 16 hours later I notice that my forehead fine lines was not there. Also, I have to really concentrate on making a frown to see my forehead move. I applied it on my cousin and the next morning she called to inform me that her forehead lines are not there after one night application. I will be using the snake venom sleep in mask every night.
User Questions and Answers
User Questions and Answers
Q: I ordered and received a trial size of DermaLuxe snake venom peptide cream. With my trial there was a jar of Hydra stem Cell serum. Is this simply another of Christie's products to be used separately? -Karen
For the Hydra Stem Cell Serum, you'll be charged $89.95 on the 15th day. The phone number they publish is: (111)111-1111 <--------- THIS IS NOT A REAL PHONE NUMBER. This is a huge scam, this is the only number they have published so don't bother trying to call it. Their email is: [email protected].
Christie Brinkley, and other celebrities are plagiarized....she actually DOES have her own skin care line (called Authentic Skincare) and she has an official website. I'm sorry to be the bearer of this bad news, but if I were you, I would email both companies and cancel your trial. They will just keep billing you and shipping you new product every 30 days. Rachel~WomensBlogTalk.com
17 out of 17 people found this question helpful.
Q: NOVOLEXA stem cellactive or ALURIS snack Ben peptide creams which goes on frist please answer ThankYou me,jenkins -Maryelizabeth
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Q: does vactive snake venom cream clear dark spots on your skin -juanett
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Q: Has anybody tried or can recommend roscara the wild irish seaweed cream http://roscara.com ? -geoff
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Q: I am concerned for the welfare of snakes.How is the product taken from the snakes ,what is it.? Is the snake killed or harmed in any way? I really want to know before considering buying -maureen
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