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Baby Quasar Light Therapy Review
As anti-aging skin care technology continues to grow more options become available for consumers to use at home, LED skin treatment devices have recently started to hit market and not surprisingly - there has been a lot of interest.
By: natalie Shelby
Baby Quasar is becoming very popular on blog forums and customers are reporting fantastic improvements in their skin. The makers of Baby Quasar, AdvanThera, make professional LED skin treatment devices for clinics and spas and the Baby Quasar is a scaled down version of these.
My first question was what exactly is LED Light Therapy? LED Light Therapy is an FDA-approved cosmetic procedure that is gentle, painless, safe and effective. Treatments are non-invasive and non-abrasive, yet the red light penetrates deeply into skin tissue. It stimulates gradual healing by increasing blood circulation and lymphatic activity. There are two types of treatments, red light therapy and blue light therapy.
Light Treatments with the Baby Quasar are recommended to be used 2 to 3 times per week for approximately 24 to 36 minutes each treatment. Always allow 48 hours in between treatments, to optimize your skin’s regenerative cycle. The result is a decrease in appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores and age spots. Your skin will feel smoother and firmer and look younger.
Blue LED Light Therapy has been proven to be very effective against more difficult acne cases. In clinical studies, blue light has been shown to attack the bacteria that causes acne. More than 86 percent of study participants experienced a 74% acne reduction which is impressive.
Red LED Light Therapy is for the treatment of rosacea, anti-aging, hyper-pigmentation and sun damage. Customers are reporting that the Red light therapy also works for acne problems as well.
LED Light Therapy is not for you if you suffer from one of the following conditions: Pregnancy — studies have not sufficiently assessed the risk to pregnant women and their babies, therefore it is not recommended. Epilepsy — certain light frequencies can trigger an epileptic seizure Thyroid condition — if you suffer from a thyroid condition or are on thyroid medication If you are photo-allergic, or are taking any medication that causes light sensitivity. I would check with your physician if you have personal medical concerns before using light therapy treatments.
If you’re a baby boomer like me, you probably used to bask in the sun for hours on end. Those were the days, right? Today all we have left to show for that golden tan are age spots and wrinkles. I remember when sun damage began to show up on my face at about age 40. Who knew that decades later sun damage would increase the aging process so drastically?
With its own superior technology, Baby Quasar works by stimulating the production of collagen, thereby diminishing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and enlarged pores. Clinical research has shown that red and infrared light can also be extremely effective in firming and toning the skin and increasing blood flow and circulation. Sounds like a remedy for under eye dark circles. I like the sound of that, for this is one of my most pressing issues with my skin. Baby Quasar appears to be a well built, solid piece of equipment - made of aircraft grade aluminum.
Users of Baby Quasar are reporting viable reduction of lines and wrinkles, dark circles and age spots, pore reduction, and healing of blemishes and acne. Its 100% natural so this eliminates a need for prescription medication and expensive spa treatments. Another plus is that is pain free!
I’ve learned that chemical peels and microdermabrasion may be applied before or after LED Light Therapy to complement the treatments. Exfoliation treatment is also an excellent combination and can accelerate the desired result. I'll be researching these options in my next product review.
As I mentioned before the Baby Quasar is one of the more expensive light therapy treatment products. I’ve found it to be between $300-$450 retail. Spa treatments are even higher and Id rather have my own Baby Quasar which would pay for itself in a short amount of time.
Of course we don’t want to look older than our age, instead we want to look younger! We owe it to ourselves to take good care of our skin, help it heal and even better reverse the signs of aging. Good skin makes us feel confident and even builds our self esteem. I want something that really makes a difference and can actually give me professional quality results. I have concluded that Baby Quasar is the best overall LED Light Therapy Treatment available for home use based on what I’ve learned so far.
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I am a Certified Peer Specialist who specializes in teaching ways to balance mind, body and spirit in order to live a happy and successful life. You can find out more about Baby Quasar here:http://mindbodyspiritrecovery.com/
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