Baby Quasar photo rejuvenation systems first became famous with the Baby Quasar Red, a personal light therapy device that helped consumers skip the spa or doctor's office and fight the signs of aging in the comfort of their own home. For those with acne-prone skin, Baby Quasar created the Baby Blue to work with the Baby Quasar Red, not only to clear blemishes and reduce inflammation, but to further diminish the signs of aging and promote healing and collagen production. The result is a clear, youthful, even-toned complexion with a radiant glow. This review will focus on the Baby Quasar Baby Blue, so, if you'd like to learn more about the Baby Quasar Red specifically, please see our dedicated review on it. The Baby Blue works by releasing wavelengths of blue light, which penetrate deep into your skin to kill the bacteria causing blemishes and to treat inflammatory acne vulgaris (or cystic acne). Unfortunately, the device isn't meant to completely replace your current acne treatment routine, but it will help enhance and improve the effectiveness of those products without any of the irritating side effects typical of acne treatments.
You can purchase Baby Quasar devices on BabyQuasar.com or on other online retailers such as SkinStore.com or Dermstore.com. The Baby Quasar Baby Blue is approximately $348 or you can get the Baby Quasar Red and Baby Blue "Power Pack" for about $700. There are a bunch of sites that offered discounted products, but the offer usually doesn't include the manufacturer's full 5-year warranty.
We give Baby Quasar’s Baby Blue an A- because it is a painless, non-invasion way to help treat mild to moderate acne. While expensive, it is much more economical than undergoing phototherapy sessions at a spa, and it comes with a 5-year warranty (plus 60-day money back guarantee). We deducted points because of its cost (especially when combined with the Baby Quasar Red) and because treatments are time-consuming.
There aren't many reviews online for the Baby Quasar Baby Blue, and I think that it is because some people have just put their reviews under the Baby Quasar Red or the Power Pack (Red + Baby Blue). The Baby Blue did receive a 4.7/5 on Amazon.com (7 reviews), a 4.5/5 on Skinstore.com (4 reviews) and a 3.8/4 on Overstock.com (3 reviews). In general, the reviews I saw were really positive unless the reviewer was someone expecting $350 to buy a miracle. Nothing is going to completely cure your acne. However, if you are still struggling to control mild to moderate breakouts with your current skincare products, the Baby Blue could be an amazing addition to your routine. As opposed to other acne treatments, the Baby Blue is safe and gentle on your skin. It doesn't use chemicals, and it won't leave your skin dry, red, irritated or flakey.
For the best overall results, it sounds like you really need to get both the Baby Quasar Red and Baby Blue (approx. $700). At first, I thought it was insanely expensive, but, the more I thought about it, the more I realized that it isn't a bad deal for two products that work. Over time, it could actually bring down my skincare costs if I didn't have to see my esthetician as much and could get out of buying a few of these other $100 serums, lotions and potions. After researching the Baby Quasar products, I'm definitely looking forward to trying out the Power Pack for myself, but I'll probably buy from BabyQuasar.com (instead of the discount websites) to ensure I have the 5-year warranty in case anything goes wrong.
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