About Neuology Syn Ake
Neuology Syn Ake repair and regeneration anti-aging formula can help you achieve visibly younger looking skin. How?
By delivering hydrating whole collagen molecules to your skin, resulting in a brighter appearance, reduced sagging, smoothed lines and wrinkles, and improved overall skin tone—without surgery, laser treatments, or injections.
You’ll even be able to eliminate the look of dark circles!
Although products like Neuology Syn Ake are a dime a dozen these days, the story behind how they became so popular is certainly interesting—and more than a little scary!
So, to help you make a more informed decision, let’s start by talking about how we got to where we are today.
The Online-Only Anti-Aging Craze
Over the past couple years, the HighYa team has watched as dozens and dozens of anti-aging products like Neuology Syn Ake have made their way to the marketplace. This includes popular options like Cellumis, BellaVita Anti Aging Serum, AbsoluteDerma, and many more.
Nearly all of these options are only sold through sneaky trials and subscription programs (more about this in a moment), and nearly all come with very poor online customer reviews. What are they complaining about, exactly?
Overall, these online-only products come with average 1.5-star ratings, with most complaints referencing one or more of the following:
- Failure to work as advertised. Some consumers even experienced unwanted skin reactions. In most instances these were mild, but some required a visit to the doctor.
- High price. Because they generally don’t work, customers aren’t very pleased with the steep prices they paid.
- Bottom-of-the-barrel customer service. Often times, the customer service staff for these online-only products are specifically trained to make even the simplest request as difficult as possible, including processing refunds or stopping automatic shipments. Many customers even claimed that they had to contact their credit card directly to stop the madness.
Pro tip: You can get a behind the scenes look at this industry by reading Exposing the Widespread Scam of Anti-Aging Products & Free Trials.
Since we’ve referenced it so many times already, let’s go ahead and see how products like Neuology Syn Ake set their trap and wait for you to take the bait.
Setting the Trap: Neuology Syn Ake’s Trial & Automatic Shipments
Like the vast majority of other online-only anti-aging serums we’ve reviewed, the only way to buy Neuology is through their “free” trial. Basically, you’ll pay $5.95 to cover S&H, and will receive a full size container.
Not bad, right? This is only how they get ahold of your credit card number. Now that they have it, 14 days after you place your order, you’ll be charged a whopping $92.53!
But it doesn’t end there. Neuology Syn Ake will then loop you in to a monthly autoship program where you’ll continue receiving a new supply of the serum once per month, and they’ll keep charging you $92.53 plus $5.95 S&H each time.
But these companies aren’t stupid. They know that they’re offering very little in return for your hard-earned money, so your customer service experience will probably be a joke (if it wasn’t so frustrating, of course). In other words, you’ll almost certainly have problems accomplishing anything, which is exactly how they want it.
After all, their goal is to cause you to throw your hands in the air in frustration, and keep charging you an arm and a leg in the process.
Alright, so we’ve already talked about online customer feedback for products like Neuology Syn Ake, and we’ve revealed how they trap you in a web of deceit. Now, we’ll talk about how these companies keep the whole scam going.
The Final Piece of the Puzzle: Website Templates
As a consumer, you want to avoid companies that charge obscene amounts of money for unknown, unproven products, right? Of course you do. And companies like Neuology Syn Ake fully understand this, so their goal is to keep flying “under the radar” as long as possible. How?
Basically, these companies just reuse the same website templates over and over again. This way, once too much negative customer feedback accumulates for one product, they shut down the website, change the name of the product and its picture, add it to the exact same site template, and buy a new URL.
This allows them to continue selling the exact same product, just under a different name, and to continue scamming as many unsuspecting customers as possible.
Don’t believe us? Take a look at websites for other online-only products like NuPlenish Skincare, Encante Cream, and Brilliant Skin Serum. What do you see? They’re all the exact same—only the product name and picture have been changed.
And while that template has been the go-to design for years, it appears a new version has recently appeared with the release of Neuology Syn Ake. It’s identical to the website for Erase/Repair HA, so we’re sure we’ll be seeing much more of this template from here on out.
Given everything we’ve discussed, it’s fairly easy to see why we’re coming down so hard on Neuology Syn Ake. After all, we want you to get the most value for your money.
But just in case there’s any confusion, let’s come to our final conclusion about Neuology Syn Ake.
Neuology Syn Ake: To Try or Not to Try? Is There Even a Question?
Since we know basically nothing about the ingredients found in Neuology Syn Ake, coupled with its high price and free trial—not to mention the terrible online customer reputations for products exactly like it—it’s easy for us to recommend that you avoid it.
Ultimately, we don’t think it will provide you with any anti-aging benefits. And even if it did, they almost certainly wouldn’t be in line with the high price you’ll pay.
Instead, we think a much more effective use of your money would be to talk with your dermatologist about your aging concerns. And while their treatments might be much more expensive than Neuology Syn Ake, they’ll provide you with infinitely better results.
But before you do, be sure to read The Big Skin Cream Con and How Brands Trick You Into Buying High-Priced Anti-Aging Products. This way, you’ll immediately be able to identify anti-aging scams and avoid them altogether!