50% stronger than the Baby Quasar Plus, 25% stronger than the original Quasar MD, includes the most powerful wrinkle reducing technology ever used before in the Quasar family.
Straight from the horse’s mouth, this is what Baby Quasar claims about the new Baby Quasar MD.
Indeed, the new and improved Baby Quasar MD has a larger treatment head, more LED bulbs and now includes perioribital (around the eyes) wrinkle reduction technology…
Will it actually reduce your wrinkles, improve your skin tone, tighten it and shrink your pores?
Find out in our collection of Baby Quasar MD reviews.
Baby Quasar MD Reviews 2015 – The Good, The Bad and The Personal
- Class II medical device
- Safe for crow's feet
- 5 year warranty
- 12-22 treatment time for entire face
- Persistent treatment to keep results
- May cause redness with over-treatment
I’ve had (and used) the older version for a couple of years and I was very happy with it.
So, when the new model was released, I was more than curious to see if I can get better results (in less time) with the new Baby Quasar MD.
The first think I’ve noticed: I get the same results (firmer skin, reduced and fading wrinkles, firmer skin, less age spots, plumper lips) for less treatment time.
I’m also delighted to see diminished fine periorbital and periocular fine lines. By the way, the Quasar MD is the only Red LED Light therapy device that has been cleared by the FDA to fight against the wrinkles in the periorbital area (crow’s feet).
Other Consumers’ Quasar MD Reviews
Does red light therapy work?
Since my personal review is insufficient, here’s what everyone else says about the Baby Quasar MD:
Makeup Alley reviewers gave it a 4.0 rating and 73% say that they would buy it again.
SkinStore customers gave it 4.0 rating (out of 5).
Baby Quasar MD – The Good Stuff
1. Safe for crow’s feet treatment.
2. Has a 5 year warranty and if you buy through Amazon – You can trust their 30-day return policy.
3. Can definitely firm and tone your skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, minimize your pores, reduce pigmentation, and clear acne.
4. You get a full bottle of their anti-aging serum.
5. Good quality, no down time.
6. Only 12 – 22 minutes treatment time (for the whole face). 3 times a week is sufficient to keep results.
7. The treatment is neither invasive nor painful.
8. The Quasar MD is a class ll medical device.
Baby Quasar MD – The Not-So-Good Stuff
1. Over-using the Quasar MD can cause dryness of the skin, which makes it look older. Following the treatment instructions is important.
2. The treatment may cause temporary redness, which disappears after 20 minutes max.
3. For some people, red LED light therapy simply doesn’t work. In fact, reviewers are either thrilled with the Quasar MD, or claim no results what so ever.
However, most buyers are excited. What will be your results? You’ll have to try!
4. It requires some effort. You’ll have to persist with the treatments to get and keep the results.
But, you can use this time to relax, watch TV, read a good book and de-stress.
5. You won’t see results in a week. One reviewer on the Makeup Alley website has almost returned her device, but than decided to keep it:
” UPDATE after 60 Days – Keeping the Baby Quasar. My skin looks fantastic. The sun spot has not returned. My skin color is evened out and has youthful “glow” to it. Still not sure about the shrinking pores, but wrinkles are reduced. My husband (who would have LOVED to say the $400 gadget isn’t working) actually agrees it’s working.” (Source)
My extensive research on Baby Quasar MD reviews online conclusion:
For most women – Baby Quasar MD works.
For some it works “nice” (mostly skin brightening, plumping and general tightening) and for others it works marvelously (reduced fine lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet plus toned and firmer glowing skin).
The one fact remains: With Baby Quasar MD, you’ll never know until you try it.
Here’s another review for the BQ MD Plus by makeup artist Adrian Villa, if you want to know more:
To your health & happiness,
What’s your experience with red LED anti-aging devices? I would really love to know!:)
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