Review: Baby Quasar For Wrinkles


Press Sample: Although I am completely fine with the fact that I will be 30 in a month, I totally don’t want my skin to follow suit. I have been pulling all the stops (minus Botox and other injectables) to ensure my skin looks its best, and, Baby Quasar has been on the list of “must haves” for skincare essentials.

Here is Why

When you hit about 23, your collagen and elastin begins to slowly tank, causing you to have more fine lines and wrinkles. The Baby Quasar is a beauty tool that is specifically designed to help combat that by using an LED Light Therapy with 4 wavelengths. It is FDA approved to help with wrinkles around the eye area, but truthfully, I used mine on my forehead as well.


Over that past few years, I have used other LED Light Therapy’s and I have been extremely impressed with the results. What I like about this one is that is comes in a case that makes it easy to travel with. It also constructed with medical grade aluminium (instead of Plastic like some other ones), has a 5 year warranty, and is made in the USA.


How To Use

Using the Baby Quasar is really pretty simple. Make sure to wash your face and dry it completely, then apply the device directly to the skin, turn on the red light, and move it in small circular motions in the same spot. It will stay on for 3 minutes before automatically turning off. Just move it to the next area and begin again.


You can use the Baby Quasar up to 3 times per week and use your usual skincare routine after each Baby Quasar treatment.


Okay, I usually don’t just stare at myself doing this treatment! Honestly, I use it while I am watching a tv show (yeah Bachelorette), so I keep my Baby Quasar in its case near the couch.


In general, I really love LED treatments. I use to do them at medical spas on clients, which cost them around $100.00 for each treatment. It’s nice that you can do it in the comfort of your own home now. The Baby Quasar costs $399.00. Other LED Devices are anywhere from $195.00 (Tanda), to $249.00 (Lighstim), so the Baby Quasar is definitely on the higher end of the price points. But I want to point out that the Baby Quasar also has a 5-year warranty while the other ones are only up to 2 years. Also, the construction of the Baby Quasar is by far more durable.


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note* This was a press sample, all thoughts and opinions are that of my own.

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