Why Would You Want to Use Synthol? It Doesn’t Even Look Real!

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24 Sep

Last Updated on May 21, 2023 by Michael Brockbank

Want bigger biceps, triceps, pecs, and everything else in between? Why not inject a foreign substance into your body to give you the illusion that you actually work out? Why the hell would anyone want to use Synthol or anything else in their bodies?

I mean, seriously, it doesn’t even look like real muscle mass. Why do so many guys, because I haven’t seen women with this level of stupidity, think injecting junk into their bodies looks legit?

Do these guys really look in the mirror and think to themselves, “Yeah, that’s Arnold material!”

I can hardly think of any of these guys as a chick magnet. Well, outside of tossing money or social media clout at the women.

What is Synthol?

Essentially, Synthol is an oil used to increase the appearance of muscle mass through injections. It does not offer strength nor endurance benefits. In other words, it’s completely cosmetic, and not even that good of a look.

It all comes down to people taking shortcuts in order to make themselves look “swole.” In most instances I’ve seen, it’s a cartoonish look that has absolutely no basis in reality.

I suppose the saying “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” applies here. But, seriously, do you think this is a good look for you?

Part of Competition?

In a lot of instances, bodybuilders will use Synthol to temporarily enlarge muscle mass for competitions. In these cases, the injections are often more logical and not to the extent of some people on the Internet.

These competitions are usually based on appearance only. It’s not a lifting championship or anything of the sort. It’s purely based on muscle definition and looks. So, everything cosmetic that Synthol inhibits.

Personally, I have an issue with needles, anyway. There is no way on God’s green Earth you’d be able to stick me with something to inject some kind of oil into my body.

I had a slight panic attack just setting up the appointment for a COVID shot.

Too Many Risks Behind Synthol

In the grand scheme of things, there are just too many things that can go wrong for something like this to be of any real value. Well, I guess that depends on how much value you put on your life.

Studies have shown how Synthol can lead to heart attacks, strokes, infections, nerve damage, and even blocking arteries that supply blood to the lungs.

Case in point, the video I have embedded above is about a young man who is facing quite a few problems thanks to injections.

It Just Doesn’t Look Real!

Not Real Muscle

Look at any of these people in the image above. Do any one of them look like they seriously worked out for the results? It’s an absurd disfigurement of the human body, really.

I know, some people are probably going to be upset with me or perhaps saying I’m being too harsh.

I’m sorry…it looks more like a lineup at a carnival freak show to me. And all because people want the quickest way to “look” buff?

We live in a world where instant gratification runs rampant. And manufacturers are at the ready to turn a profit. You see this in many supplement lines, custom workout plans that don’t work, and now synthetic muscle from the drop of a needle.

Not Real Muscle Mass

What gets me is how these guys are using it to look built, but Synthol offers no strength benefits. So, if you’re only able to curl 10 pounds today, that’s all you’re going to be able to curl after injecting oil into your body.

Perhaps it has more to do with the “intimidation factor.” Look at me, I’m buff and can hurt you if you cross me?

Because no woman in her right mind would really think this was sexy, right?


The bottom line is that this is not how you build strength and endurance. Why not just spend a few extra hours at the gym each week and relish the actual results?

Because that would take effort. And that’s really the point of this Synthol crap. Why spend a few months at the gym when you can just get some junk injected into your body?

Because you’ll look like a fool, that’s why!

Sorry, I’d Rather Put in the Effort!

I’ve spent the last month going to the gym three times a week. No, I’m not a swollen behemoth, but I’ve made some great progress. And this is coming from someone who doesn’t have a lot of time in the day.

I am a very busy man.

Would I like to look a bit more ripped? Sure. That’s why I’m putting in the effort to tone and build. But, I would also like to have the definition of muscle mass, which very few of these guys actually have.

Not to mention the fact that I know I can lift a 50-pound bag of dog food with one hand without a single grunt. How many of the guys above can say that? I guess that depends on how strong they are in reality versus their cartoonish persona.

This is on top of the sense of pride I feel every time I set a new personal record, which leads to a greater feeling of self-confidence.

Please, Don’t Use Synthol

If you’re on the fence about using Synthol, you might as well fall off and smash yourself in the face. Aside from a comically disfigured body, this substance will do nothing but put you at risk for a myriad of health issues.

I guess it all comes down to personal preference, really. Still, why put yourself at such a risk just because you want bulging muscles that don’t even look real?

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2 thoughts on “Why Would You Want to Use Synthol? It Doesn’t Even Look Real!

  1. I feel bad for these guys.

    It seems like almost a mental or emotional disorder to me. Like when someone is bulemic or whatever. This is kind of the male version of people who get all kinds of plastic surgery done, and their faces become grotesquely disfigured over time – yet they keep having more and more work done.

    It’s pretty sad. I imagine a lot of these guys are super insecure and self-conscious. It almost looks like an addiction,

    On one level, it’s really no different from women getting boob jobs and butt implants and lip injections and all that stuff. I think it’s ridiculous and ugly, but it’s not uncommon.

    Everyone in modern society is pressured 24/7 from birth to look a certain way in order to be popular or to feel beautiful or manly.

    TV, comic books, magazines, billboards, social media – they all just feed it til it gets out of control.

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