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Tue May 23, 2006 6:45 pm      Reply with quote
I was just looking through the Shopping Channels beauty products and saw something called the Beurer SoftLaser. Has anyone heard of this or heard of similar home "laser" products. I wonder if it would be any good? It was $100 CAD.

This is the description that was on the website:

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"The Beurer SoftLaser activates your body's own pharmacy to provide your skin with new energy, for a more beautiful you! This medical grade device massages your skin gently and naturally, without causing undesired side effects. The SoftLaser is compact and easy to use. Just a few treatments twice a day can help promote skin regeneration and the production of collagen and ATP. The SoftLaser is a Class 3A laser device, operating under 5MW of power at a 635-670nm wavelength."


They sell a transmitting gel and protective laser goggles too.

I just checked it out further online. On the Blissworld website it says:

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"Who should use the Beurer Softlaser Healer? We recommend the Beurer Softlaser Healer for anyone who wants to improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation (dark spots that are seemingly left over from the sun), scarring (from picking at pimples, or leftover marks from acne-times past) or fine lines and wrinkles. Unfortunately, our skin's cell metabolism starts to slow as early as age twelve. This is due to decreased oxygen diffusion through the capillaries, which results in a decreased oxygen supply to the cells, which in turn, leads to a decrease in the biochemical processes that keep our skin looking and acting young.

The Beurer Softlaser Healer uses low-level laser light therapy to stimulate cell activity below the surface of the skin, which leads to an increased rate of healing of breakouts, rebuilding of lines and wrinkles, and speeding up of other stunted cell processes that might cause the beauty foibles that you fret about. We know that cellular activity naturally slows as we age, and so do the processes (collagen production, waste removal, cell division, fibroblast activity) that keep our skin young. The Beurer Softlaser Healer works on the premise that a safe amount of low-level light therapy can be self-administered to speed up what's 'sagging'."

OK, now I think I really want to try it ... hyperpigmentation, scarring, fine lines ... those are all things I could use help with. I notice though the one being sold on Blissworld is $219 and the Shopping Channel one was only $100, so maybe it's a slightly different model.

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Tue May 23, 2006 8:31 pm      Reply with quote
Hi, it is the same model.(TSC has a WAY better price) I purchased one a few years ago,(before tsc carried it). I use mine once or twice a day if I have time. I really like it, skin is more luminous, hths.
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Wed May 24, 2006 12:29 pm      Reply with quote
Gina wrote:
Hi, it is the same model.(TSC has a WAY better price) I purchased one a few years ago,(before tsc carried it). I use mine once or twice a day if I have time. I really like it, skin is more luminous, hths.


I'd love to try this. I think I'll watch it when it comes on the Shopping Channel and see what they say about it (I think it's on May 30). The only thing I'm worried about this is that I think they suggest you do it twice a day and I'm not sure I can give it that commitment. I think I could do it once a day though for sure.

Gina, how long do you normally use it at any one time? Is it very time consuming? Thanks! Smile
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Wed May 24, 2006 1:34 pm      Reply with quote
Hi, I try to use it at least once a day for 6 minutes at a time. (ideally 6 minutes twice a day if I have time). I had purchased mine from the U.S. (could kick myself now, lol!). I bet you will get a full list of instructions when you purchase it of off TSC, hths. Very Happy
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