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Fri May 25, 2012 11:37 am      Reply with quote
I have always thought about buying some anti-aging tools to use at home for my skin and of course to save some money on the spa treatment costs. I read the very long/older thread on Baby Quasar. I decided I was going to give it a try. I was just flopping back and forth between which model to get…Baby Quasar or the Quasar MD. I finally decided to go with the Quasar MD and was going to purchase it last night when I saw a video on YouTube while doing a final search. Sorry, I can’t post the link here but if you enter… NU FACE /BABY QUASAR VS PRO EQUIPMENT in their search box it will pop right up. I saw many of her beauty tip videos and really liked them but this one really caught my attention. Okay, it scared me!!! I just want to help keep my skin looking as good as I can. I would be horrified if I bought something I thought was going to help be an anti-aging preventative tool and then discover I spend all that time damaging my skin. Maybe I should stick to my SkinMedica products I’m using and be happy with that. I just wanted to know what the ladies with a long-term use of these products she mentioned in her title thought about it?
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Fri May 25, 2012 11:53 am      Reply with quote
What she intimated in the video is not quite what she is saying in the comments. Secondly she is an esthetician and her blog is heavily advertised. I prefer scientific, unbiased sources where possible.

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Fri May 25, 2012 6:57 pm      Reply with quote
I agree with Firefox, in that she does seem financially invested in her criticisms. It's so important to question the motives behind all recommendations or warnings these days.
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