The Baby Quasar Plus is a Class II medical device that has been accepted by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) to eliminate wrinkles around the eyes. However, the Baby Quasar Plus writes that it is safe to use anywhere on the face or body.
Described as a “Petite Powerhouse,” the Baby Quasar Plus may be used for a treatment plan of up to five days per week, treating each area for three minutes. There is a quick start guide with the Baby Quasar, and after you take it out of the box, and read the directions, it can be used right away.
The Baby Quasar comes with an optional clear protective lens. The Baby Quasar may be used by leaving the protective lens on, however, the first time I tried this for eight weeks, I left the cap on and didn’t notice any change in my eye area at all. The next time I took the protective lens off, and that’s when, after another course of eight weeks, I finally saw that the fine lines around my eyes were beginning to diminish.
Baby Quasar Timer
You treat the first area for three minutes by placing the light gently against your skin and holding for three minutes. I love that the Quasar has a timer, and this will sound a tone at three minutes and then shut off! Great safety feature.
How do I rate the Baby Quasar?
The Baby Quasar Plus is extremely easy to use, and has the great safety feature described above. The manufacturer write that customers can expect, “more than 10 years of use from Quasar products.”
I do think it’s great that a man or woman, only has to spend a few minutes each week at home using the Baby Quasar, and that the medical grade aluminum construction comes with a five year warranty.
If you have any questions, there is a toll free telephone support. For example, they were very helpful when I wanted to know if I should be keeping the lens cap on or off during treatment.
There are no negative side effects, but after the first eight weeks of treatment, you have to follow a maintenance program. That means that you need to continue to treat the area(s) once or twice weekly to keep up with the benefits.
Cons of the Baby Quasar
Unfortunately, the price of the Baby Quasar Plus is $399.00. Yes, it is less expensive than having professional treatments, but it still is at a high price point, leaving a lot of customers out of the market for a tool like this.
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