The Sirius Aurora light therapy device is probably one of the most affordable light therapy home systems today.
This is especially if you consider that it includes 3 interchangeable treatment panels – Red light for anti-aging, blue light for acne and green light for hyperpigmentation.
For example, if you’d like to have all three wavelengths (red, blue and green) from the popular Baby Quasar company, you’d have to buy two different devices and fork over about 500$ (for the Baby Quasar Power Pack).
That’s a HUGE price difference.
This type of price difference can make anyone suspicious. Why is it so much cheaper? What does the Baby Quasar (or the Lightstim for that matter) have that Sirius Aurora doesn’t? Will it even work?
The answers are all here in this Sirius Aurora Review.
Sirius Aurora Review
What You Get
- Modular design
- Timer and automatic shut down when treatment time is up.
- Large treatment surface
- 660 nm & 880 nm red and infrared treatment panel
- 415 nm blue treatment panel
Sirius Aurora – The Good Stuff
1. The most important advantage – The treatment time. The surface of the Aurora treatment panels is 4.71 square inches (while the Baby Quasar’s is 3.14 square inches, for example).
This means a more efficient treatment time, because it will simply require less treatment per each area.
2. It’s also very light weight, portable and easy to use.
3. It’s the only device that has 3 wavelengths – Red (&infrared), blue and green. Most devices combine (at best) red light with blue light.
4. Price – If anyone is considering a LED light therapy device but is balking at the price of the Baby Quasar, I would definitely recommend trying out the Sirius Aurora (Through Amazon, for their reliable money-back guarantee).
Here’s a video by Marta from the Truth in Aging website, comparing the Sirius Aurora and the Baby Quasar Red:
Sirius Aurora – The Not so Good Stuff
Actually I’ve only found one disadvantage in Sirius’s device, but it may be a deal breaker for you. It’s their customer service.
I’ve stumbled upon a few complaints on the web. Most claimed that they simply can’t be reached, which is pretty important if you want to return the device and get a refund.
But this problem can be solved by simply ordering the product from Amazon, which handles the shipping and the money back guarantee (and offer a better price than the one offered by the company’s official website)
How to Use Sirius Aurora
1. Always use Sirius on a clear bare face. We would recommend using a serum (This is an excellent one) after cleaning your face, though it’s not mentioned in the instructions.
2. Use the pulsating mode first. Divide your face to 3 sections and guide the panel in circular motion over your face for 3 minutes per section. The timer will beep when you have to start the next section.
3. Divide your face to 5 sections and use the continuous mode for 3 minutes per section. The timer will go off when you have to move on.
4. Use 3-4 times a week for the first 2 months, than you can go down to 2-3 times a week. Always allow 24 hours in between treatments to allow the skin to regenerate.
Any questions? Comments? I’m always here…
To your health & happiness,
We also have a detailed comparison of Baby Quasar Red with Lightstim Anti-Aging.
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