Baby Quasar is a line of light therapy devices for treating wrinkles and acne prone skin. These red and blue light products are extremely powerful in diminishing the severity of wrinkles, fine lines and blemishes to create a more youthful complexion. The red light devices are used to minimize the depth of wrinkles while blue light therapy is designed to target acne and breakouts.

These handheld devices provide fast, visible results with no downtime. Your skin receives natural treatment of your biggest concerns from these safe and portable products.

Joel Schlessinger MD suggests red light therapy for those battling signs of aging.

Baby Quasar Plus is a portable device that provides professional quality results with just six minutes of treatment each day. This line also offers Baby Quasar MD Plus, a larger and 50% more powerful version of the original red light therapy device. Both of these products are safe for use on the entire face, even around your eyes.

Between treatments, apply Baby Quasar Anti-Aging Serum, which reduces visible signs of aging and restores a youthful glow. The formula uses hyaluronic acid to plump the skin and copper peptides to increase collagen production.

Blue light therapy is a powerful treatment against stubborn acne, according to Joel Schlessinger MD.

Address acne before it begins with Baby Quasar Baby Blue, which kills the bacteria that causes blemishes. This device helps diminish existing acne and prevents future breakouts to promote a clearer complexion. Baby Quasar Clear Rayz is another powerful acne treatment, but offers both blue and red light therapy to provide treatment similar to what is offered by dermatologists. By following the suggested schedule, users can experience visible results in the first week of treatment.

Learn more about treating wrinkles and acne from Joel Schlessinger MD.

Read these posts by Joel Schlessinger MD to find out if light therapy is the best treatment for you:

Have you tried red or blue light therapy at home? Tell us about it in the comments.

Posted Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 at 10:07 pm
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