First Look: Baby Quasar PLUS

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No matter your lifestyle, after your 20’s, you’re on a downward path, both in terms of athletic potential and good looks. There are plenty of things you can do to hold off the aging process as long as possible, but it’s a losing battle.

Even if you eat your spinach every day!

I say this in a realistic – not pessimistic – manner. You can fight it, but you have to actively do something about it.

In most cases, this is eating healthy, organic produce and getting a moderate amount of exercise. Maybe something like drinking alkaline water even helps a small amount. I’m not sure.

But I’m curious about this other product I’m seeing advertised that uses a technology I’m not familiar with. It’s called the Baby Quasar PLUS and it’s essentially a wrinkle-reducing gadget that is surely catching the eyes of everyone on the anti-aging bandwagon.

As a runner who’s not yet old, but has the knees of a 60 year old and a grizzled face due to lots of sun exposure (sorry Doc, I forget to wear my sunscreen!,) I can’t say I wouldn’t give it a try!

Actually, at a retail price of $399, I might not. That’s just a tad too far ($300 too far) out of my budget. However, there is a contest going on right now where you can win one! Enter to win by clicking on this link! Fill everything out and you’ll get seven chances to win!

Anyway, back to the Baby Quasar PLUS. It’s a light therapy device designed to use on your face, just a few minutes a day, which can result in the production of new collagen and elastin.

It’s one of those things that sounds too good to be true. I’ve seen some good reviews but you just never know.

At least there are a few things putting my mind at ease:

  • It’s an FDA-cleared Class II medical tool.
  • Comes with a 60 day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime “No Questions” warranty.
  • Made in the U.S.A.

All I can say for now is, I hope it works! If you want to learn more and decide for yourself, the website is

( thought this one was worth every penny, so it could be a smart buy.) What do you think?


If you’d like me to get one and test it out, let me know in the comments! If there is enough interest, I’ll see what I can do.


This post was created in partnership with eAccountable. All opinions are my own.

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