Gabamed was discovered by two cosmetic surgeons in Florida, and its marketing is focused on middle aged to older women. It claims itself to be an alternative to botox, and it comes in creams. As the name suggests, the main ingredient is GABA, and it is said to “take effect in mere seconds.”
Gabamed comes in an easy to apply cream form, and there is no down time or recovery time associated with this botox alternative. They provide a satisfaction guarantee for those who don’t achieve the desired results, and the main ingredient, GABA, will relax muscles and promote the relaxation of many wrinkles.
Gabamed first shoots themselves in the foot by offering a “free trial offer” which is a dead giveaway of an overpriced, worthless product trying to push a difficult to cancel autoship program onto unsuspecting consumers. Second, they offer a grand total of one customer testimonial on the website. What they lack in testimonials is only aggravated by the fact that they don’t provide a full ingredients list, and there are no valid clinical studies to back up the claims they have made about Gabamed. Even for those who supposedly achieve success, results last only 10 hours or until it is washed off at the end of the day, whichever comes sooner.
While this world has become one of instant gratification, we suggest patience for the long term. Quick fixes rarely last, and Gabamed is no exception. They provide supposedly “instant” results, but even they have to admit those results don’t last long. It will do nothing for collagen synthesis or otherwise serious results, and eventually Gabamed’s results will diminish with each use. We suggest looking for a product that may take a bit longer to show noticeable results, but will be better in the long term.