Today I’m going to be sharing some information on the Auralux Snake Venom cream. It’s certainly a unique product on the market, to say the least. Products like this always intrigue me for some reason. Part of me wants to think it’s the next best product and ingredient to hit the market. While another part of me thinks it’s the world’s biggest scam in the history of all skin scam offers. I wanted to do some research on it and see for myself what the product was all about.
Is Auralux Snake Venom Cream A Scam?
The official name of this product is Auralux Snake Venom Peptide Cream and it makes some serious claims. It claims to be able to repair your skin at the cellular level and literally reverse the signs of aging. The question is whether or not it really works? Some of the benefits that the peptide cream claims to do is help boost your collagen production, help get rid of any fine lines and wrinkles and lastly,improve your skin’s elasticity. It’s no surprise that the company claims all of these things given that they are all kind of tied together.
At the highest level, the Auralux Snake Venom claims to moisturize your skin which actually begins the enhancement of collagen production which in turn leads to greater elasticity. So they say, what I’m about to tell you is that I’m not buying it with this product. See, it’s not as “unbelievable” as one would think and the process seems to be just glorified from a marketing perspective.
Sure, the product incorporates the use of the “Phytoceramide Formula,” which is a proprietary formula, will help hydrate the skin, tighten it and more. But is it really that effective? The company says that the phytoceramide within the formula actually works closely with your bodies cholesterol and fatty acids. The synergistic behavior between them helps eliminate any excess water that might be present in your skin and it also helps limit UV rays exposure. I guess the product can be used by anyone in their 20s to 50s to help reduce skin problems that commonly occur due to aging.
Using The Product
Auralux Snake Venom Cream is pretty simple to use. All you need to do is wash your face with a simple cleanser, pat it dry, apply a small amount of venom cream and you should see improvement within 30 minutes. In other words, it should be applied in the same manner in which you apply tons of other skin creams. Pretty easy right? Don’t buy it just yet, let me cover ingredients first.
I know what you ultimate want to know. Does the Auralux Snake Venom contain real snake venom or is it just a crazy marketing name? Well, it actually does contain snake venom from the Temple Viper. This type of snake can be found in Southeast Asia.
The good news is that this venom is not poisonous when consumed in small amounts. In fact, this company isn’t the only one that’s used snake venom in their products. The venom has actually been known to help muscles relax a bit more. Unfortunately, it’s the tiny muscles in our face that cause lines to form. Apparently, this product can help you relax those muscles more and as a result, less wrinkle (I guess).
Here are a few of the ingredients that are supposedly in the Auralux Snake Venom cream.
Phytosphingosine – Assists your skin in better absorbing water
Ceramide Complex – Supposedly this helps rehydrate your skin
Retinol Palmitate – Retinol helps shed dead skin cells and regrow skin quicker
Palmitoyl Oligopeptide – This helps boost collagen, hyaluronic acid, and elastin
Balm Mint Extract – This acts as an anti-inflammatory
Rosemary Extract – It reduces the amount of free radicals
There are similar ingredients in this Temple Viper serum and it might work better too. Give it a shot first before you try Auralux.
Purchasing The Product
Can you buy Auralux Snake Venom cream at the store? Not a chance. It’s hard to even find a place to buy this period. The only place that I know of is the company website and Amazon. The company website looks like a shady infomercial site that I wouldn’t even think about entering any credit card into. In fact, I wouldn’t buy it on Amazon either. When a product has 1-star on review sites and less than 3-stars on Amazon, I’m skeptical about it.
They’ve got an auto ship rebilling program that is likely impossible to cancel as well. I’m not sure, I’m just guessing. If you want to know exactly how it works I’ll tell you. Let’s say you decide to use the product. You soon realize that they offer a $4.95 trial. Sounds exciting right! Well, 30-days later, your credit card is hit with a large charge of $95 and it just continues to do so until you cancel. I’d stay far away from this product as it’s likely not worth the hassle of having to cancel. Not to mention, it sounds a bit fishy to me especially after all those negative reviews. Whether it works or not, I’m 100% passing on this.
Give the lack of information on this product, I want you to speak with your physician before you decide to try it. It’s not like other products that have a ton of coverage on the Internet. When this happens you must proceed with caution and act somewhat skeptical.