Created by two Florida based cosmetic surgeons, Gabamed is officially manufactured by Palm Beach Medical Cosmetics. It all sounds quite official, and they even compare themselves to botox, meaning the likely use of argireline, a peptide which relaxes facial muscles. They sell using containers that look like hypodermic needles, and they provide all of one testimonial on the site. They also pull consumers in using a “free trial offer” which essentially means an expensive autoship on a worthless product.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Gabamed provides no real ingredients list. We assume they use argireline, but they don’t even own up to that. Instead, they say they use GABA, an ingredient without the proven effects of ingredients like syncoll, argireline, matrixyl, DMAE, etc. They promise a 75% reduction in wrinkles. But how long will that take? 2 years maybe?
Overall Impression of Gabamed:
Gabamed was not developed by plastic surgeons or doctors of any kind. They were paid for their endorsement. It’s really quite simple actually. They have a faulty product, and doctors make it look more credible, just like dermatologists make Proactiv look more credible, even though normal citizens could have told you that benzyl peroxide is a powerful acne fighter, being that almost every product uses it. It doesn’t take a genius to hide a formula that isn’t worth anything and hire a doctor. That’s what Gabamed did.