Synake Review


Synake is a new anti-aging mixture that is said to copy the effects of Wagerlin-1 that comes from actual snake venom. Synake was created with the hopes of relaxing the muscles in the face to have an “age killing effect” especially against expression lines in the face. The Synake anti-aging cream is readily available online through many online retailers and is marketed as an alternative to Botox injections.

Product Details

Synake lists its ingredients as Deionized Water, Glycerine, *Dipeptide Diaminobutyroyl, Benzylamide Diacetate, Gynostemma Pentaphylum, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Ethoxydiglycol, Polysorbate 20, Benzyl Alcohol, Methylisothiazolinone. As mentioned before, Synake claims to contain a mixture “based on a synthetic tripeptide that mimics the effect of Wagerlin-1.” The venom is said to come from the Temple Viper from Brazil.

The Good

  • Synake is reasonably priced under $50 which is affordable for the average consumer.
  • The product is readily available through many online retailers.
  • The website lists the complete ingredients for Synake.
  • Products are said to be made in an EPA and FDA registered laboratory.

The Bad

  • There is not enough significant scientific proof that venom is entirely effective against lines and wrinkles on the skin.
  • A return policy is listed, but there is a 15% restocking fee added to returns, and most products are a final sale and not returnable.
  • Synake does not contain advanced anti-aging ingredients such as Argireline which has been proven to mimic the effects of Botox injections.
  • Based on the information available, we were unable to determine if Synake is safe for all skin types.

The Bottom Line

Synake is readily available through online retailers and is reasonably priced under $50. The company website does list a return policy, however, many of their products are non-returnable and non-refundable and they insist that you use the product for at least 60 days to be sure the product has time to work. Ingredients are listed for Synake, but the active ingredient is not named and is only compared to another agent called Wagerlin-1. The ingredients listed are mainly just items that are beneficial to the product as separating agents, or coloring, and even to preserve the product itself. The product may not be safe for all skin types and may not have been dermatologist tested. It would be beneficial for them to start adding stronger, more powerful ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid, Argireline, or Matrixyl 3000 which are known to be powerful anti-aging ingredients. Customer feedback is also available online but the company should be more devoted to identifying the testimonials by product so that the consumer isn’t wasting time reading through them all to find what they are looking for. The website itself is presentable and professional, and we were able to easily navigate through it.

1 thought on “Synake Review”

  1. Does Dermitage skin care products contain Synake? I will appreciate to hear from you – thank you – Sherry

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