Developed by a world-leading expert in stem cell research, Professor Augustinus Bader has spent thirty years unlocking the body’s innate processes to self-heal. The result? Game-changing skincare that uses a unique Trigger Factor Complex called TFC8® to optimize skin health, visibly reduce the damage caused by environmental stressors, and restore skin radiance.
Globally recognized as one of the leaders in stem cell biology, Professor Augustinus Bader is among the leading scientific minds in the world who is specifically knowledgeable about how the body’s own stem cells work.
As head of stem cell research at the University of Leipzig, he spent 30 years focused on perfecting the healing process and uncovered how to reawaken these cells, which go dormant over time due to aging or trauma.
Professor Bader’s mission started with the intention to help burn victims, particularly children with traumatic injuries. In 2008, he formulated a groundbreaking wound gel that heals even third-degree burns without surgery or skin grafts. It works by carrying a set of healing signals to the site of the wound or burn, triggering the damaged skin cells and facilitating perfect healing.
Augustinus Bader Skincare was born out of this breakthrough. If Professor Bader had the science to restore badly burned skin, imagine what his technology could do for the average person’s complexion. In 2018, Augustinus Bader Skincare launched with two hero products – The Cream and The Rich Cream. Both creams contain patented TFC8® (Trigger Factor Complex) technology, which supports the skin’s natural processes, leaving all skin types – mature, dry, oily, or sensitive – looking restored, renewed and regenerated.
Augustinus Bader Skincare was not born in a boardroom. This brand is the byproduct of groundbreaking research intended to find a way to heal wounds without scarring, and was created to help continue to fund this important scientific work to help more people around the world. It starts and ends with a mission to bring Professor Bader’s state-of-the-art technology to those in need.