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Baby Quasar

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Baby Quasar

The High-Tech Light Therapy Skincare Technology

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The world of beauty and makeup is large and vast…we need only look to our surroundings, and we’ll see virtually thousands of products designed to enhance our looks. Back in good old ancient Egypt, Nefertiti was known as an early historical example in using kohl as eyeliner to define the eyes. More controversially in the recent European past, women would use toxic lead in order to whiten the appearance of their skin. And the endeavor for the pursuit of beauty continues to this day…modern and future technology is full of promises with gadgets that will “miraculously erase all wrinkles” or “fade away all the imperfections of the skin.” Needless to say, we are far from that sort of technological advancement, but a recent skincare fad is the Baby Quasar—a light-stimulating device that is supposed to help repair the condition of the skin.

Now, note that this is not an article to advertise how great the Quasar is. In fact, I’ve never even used it before, and had actually wanted to see if there are any women out there who’s tried it are willing to share their experience.

That said, the device is touted to be created using NASA technology. Its purpose is for healing the skin in space, and has the effect of stimulating blood flow and circulation under the skin. The special light helps stimulate maximal cellular activity, which makes the skin appear more youthful and flawless.

The two big cons (in my opinion) on the Baby Quasar product is that it is extremely expensive (the website prices it at $399) and that it takes quite a while to treat your skin every night while using it. There’s really a good mix of reviews arguing both sides of the spectrum (great product versus waste of money), but I feel like it’s one of those things that work better for some than others. This would definitely make an interesting product to try out if I ever save up enough money!

Anyone out there who’s tried the Baby Quasar?

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I had seen this awhile back! Great article! I'm sure that you need to use it consistently to see results. There are no overnight miracle treatments out there ;) This comment has been removed.
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