As a beauty editor, my job is skeptical of any new brand that promises to bring your skin back to its previous 16-year glory – especially when there is a dedicated celebrity that follows:
This one includes pretty much everyone from Margo Robbie to Victoria Beckham.
I always ask myself, "Do we need another Hollywood-approved skincare line?"
So when the August superstar Bader didn't die in a few months (it's actually a good year) I decided to put aside my cynicism of celebrity and investigate.
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Developed by Germany-based stem cell and eponymous biomedical scientist and professor (The Business of Fashion Recently) called it "the googly name in skin care"), Bader's cream has a career knowledge that is well worth the knowledge. .
After spending 30 years in ims victory burning work and developing an innovative gel that eliminates the need for skin grafts in certain cases, he decided to use this skin care technology and develop his own brand, which started with two creams for face: The Cream and The Rich Cream and recently ̵
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What makes it so special about the brand is that "so far, stem cell science has focused on removing stem cells to work. with them outside the body or through the use of foreign stem cells from plants and animals.
"Professor Bader's technology works with the body's own stem cells, activates them in situ, amplifies them, and engages them to generate the correct, healed tissue. " RELATED:" Tried a tits mask and the results were surprising "
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a combination of 40 different ingredients to enhance the complexion, amino acids and active ingredients – labeled Trigger Factor Complex or TFC8, the cream claims to replace every other stage of your skin care routine, minus the cleanser (hence the load price?) for the first 28 days for it to work, it's magical, promising a significant difference in hydration, brightness and fluffiness.
It is claimed that the long-term results include improvements in the appearance of wrinkles, redness and pigmentation.
However, I still couldn't manage the price.
As soon as The Rich Cream ($ 451.42, on Net-a-Porter) landed on my desk, I did my usual test – spray a good stain on the back of my hand, play with it between the finger and thumb pads and give good breath. It was really creamy and 'rich' and I'll admit to him that I was quenching my thirsty bones immediately.
But the real test came when I slapped it on my face night and day for a good two weeks.
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and leaves my skin supple and smooth instantly.
Hell, I'll even go a long way to say that my face does NOT look a little lighter after having a nice slice of it in the morning.
But 450 Big Intensive Intensive Face Cream looks extravagant. For the record, I don't think ANY product is worth that amount.
Personally, I believe it is better to spend this amount in hardcore for a person with guaranteed, personalized results.
– Kelsey Ferencak is the editor of Body + Soul Beauty
– This story originally appeared on body + soul.com.au and is reproduced with permission