What You Should Know
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Gabamed is one of many anti-wrinkle treatments out there today. This topical serum is manufactured by Palm Beach medical Cosmetics, and is marketed as a “Botox alternative.” Gabamed aims to address skin concerns like crow’s feet, facial sagging, under-eye bags, fine lines and deep wrinkles. The official website states that this product can reduce wrinkle depth up to 75% in some users. Gabamed sells via the official website for $139, however, a free trial (two-month supply) of this treatment serum is available upon request. The user simply pays $5.95 in shipping and handling, which is always an offer that we like to see.
Some before and after photos are presented on the official website to support Gabamed, and a convenient 1-800 number is provided for queries and/or concerns. Overall, Gabamed endeavors to relax facial muscles and level out or smooth out the skin. This topical treatment is offered with a money-back guarantee. Unlike many ant-aging creams and serums, Gabamed is actually sold in injection needle-like containers, to give the product a Botox injection appearance. However, it is still a topic product. This product contains the active component Gamma Amino-Butyric Acid. Gabamed additionally aims to minimize skin cell damage, while brightening the complexion. There is a photo and a graphic provided on the official website, explaining how Gabamed serum reacts to the skin.
Similar to Botox injections, Gabamed serum is a topical treatment that tackles redundant fine lines, crow’s feet, sagging and wrinkles. With the primary active ingredient Gamma Amino-Butyric Acid, this product is claimed to “dramatically reduce the signs of aging” for up to 10 hours. Clearly Gabamed does not propose a permanent solution to facial wrinkles and expression lines. Although actual clinical data is not posted on the website, there are some customer success stories. The results with Gabamed serum are supposed to be almost immediate. The primary pitch to this product is that it may rid the user of wrinkles for a 10-hour period, but without the pain of needle injections. Unfortunately a full list of ingredients is not provided on the official website.
- The official website proposes that Gabamed serum is actually beneficial to the skin, unlike Botox injections.
- There is a free trial of Gabamed offered on the website.
- Gabamed serum comes with a money-back guarantee.
- Only the active ingredient for Gabamed is actually revealed on the official website.
- Some ingredients incorporated into Gabamed serum may not be suitable for some users.
- Gabamed only minimizes wrinkles for a 10-hour period, which is not permanent.
- This anti-wrinkle treatment sells for $139.
- The syringe shaped packaging seems a little silly/creepy to us.
The Bottom Line
Overall, Gabamed serum appears to be more of a “quick fix” facial treatment for wrinkles, rather than a long-term wrinkle-minimizer. While this approach may be desired by some, others may be searching for a wrinkle cream that offers more extensive results. On the bright side, a free trial of Gabamed is offered via the website. At least this way the facial serum can be tested out before being purchased. Keep in mind that the full list of ingredients for Gabamed is not offered on the official website, therefore you may want to contact them to learn more before using this product.