AUGUSTINUS BADER IS THE ONLY CREAM YOU NEED IN YOUR BEAUTY ROUTINE
THESE CREAMS HAVE BECOME STAPLES IN EVERY BEAUTY EDITORS SKIN ROUTINE.
It’s called The Cream for a reason. I have more moisturizers, oils, and serums than Imelda Marcos had shoes, but I can attest that Augustinus Bader is all anyone needs in their medicine cabinet. And I swear, it’s not just because it comes from a fellow German.
The genius behind the brand is physician, scientist, and researcher, Augustinus Bader; a leading global expert in the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, and his accomplished expertise are beyond evident in two, broad-spectrum creams: The Cream and The Rich Cream. Much of Bader’s career has centered around treatments for burn victims, and it was this unique knowledge that lead to the development of a skincare line designed to activate and orchestrate the body’s own stem cells to repair; helping create the optimal skin environment. This is the kind of science I get behind.
I have been a convert to The Cream since the brand launched a year ago and honestly, I can not live without it. No matter what new product I encounter, I find I continue to revert back to my faithful The Cream. I recommend this wonder product to friends, colleagues and anyone else who will listen (including one unsuspecting woman I met in a public bathroom - and she was rather impressed by my pitch).
My make-up artist is hooked and says it makes a perfect base for your make-up application. I have also overheard a number of my celebrity clients spreading the good word. Take it from my bunch - all of of course reputable sources - this stuff is really good.
Both creams do have a somewhat of a clinical smell, but I personally have no issue with this; it seems characteristic of a product designed by a doctor. To me, that means it’s really good and has none of the nasties often associated with perfumed products. If you feel differently, a friend of mine once recommended adding a botanical oil dropper in the palm of your hand along with the cream, to make it more pleasant on the nose. But like I said, I am a fan of keeping it the way it was meant to be, because after-all, that’s how science intended it.