Victoria Beckham is not exactly known for lush emotional outbursts. Therefore, when it becomes shameless, it is worth looking closer. Why is a 45-year-old Briton so much over the moon? Because of a moisturizer from Germany. More specifically: "Cream", developed by Professor Augustinus Bader.
When doctors place cosmetic brands, this promises high efficiency. After all, who better knows what's good for our skin? However, Professor Bader is not a simple dermatologist but a stem cell researcher at the University of Leipzig. One of the world's leading biomedical researchers. Professor Bader has been researching skin healing processes for 30 years. His wound healing gel for burn victims is still in research and development. So unfortunately it is not allowed. However, an investor friend persuaded him – luckily! – Transfer your spectacular insights to cosmetics, ie skin care and aging. Just two years later, the German medical cosmetics brand "Augustius Bader" was launched. With only two products: "The Creme" and "The Riche Creme".
Victoria Beckham swears that Augustinus Bader's "cream" becomes insider advice
In the US, "Augustius Bader" quickly became a celebrity favorite. Because the most important in the industry were convinced of their effectiveness. Famous skin gurus like Australia's Melanie Grant and makeup artists like Pati Dubroff or Wendy Rowe immediately fell in love with Augustinus Bader. And she recommended the cream to her celebrity customers.
And they spasm, as Carla Bruni said in an interview with The Telegraph: "I've been using this cream for over a year and the results are amazing. My skin is brighter, firmer and more moist even after waking up in the morning." Kruger, Kris Jenner, Dakota Johnson, Alexa Chung, Sandra Oh or Margot Robbie. Augustinus Bader, unanimous judgment, should work wonders.
This is how "The Creme" by Augustinus Bader works
"I wonder," the kind professor replied on the phone, but immediately, "you can't explain. The effect of my cream is already on. I found out which building blocks the skin cells need to undergo repair procedures." How exactly does it work? "Stem cells, that is, cells that can be repaired, already have all the information about radiant, youthful skin. But over the years, they lose the ability to make messengers from building blocks. This stem cell cream provides the active ingredients needed to restore its skin texture."
The small catch has a thing: Augustinus Bader's "cream" is expensive. Very expensive. 225 euros costs 50ml. That's enough for about six weeks. But: "The Cream," or the slightly richer dry skin variant of "The Rich Cream," is a one-in-one product. Serums, eye cream, night cream – everything is superfluous! After a short time, the skin gains a natural glow. After four weeks of application, many even give up its foundation. It's such a beautiful skin.
By the way, ten percent of the proceeds go to further research projects. I hope someday we will help bring in the angel that burned the medical wounds.