Augustinus Bader Benefits

Since launching in 2018 with just two products, The Cream and The Rich Cream, Augustinus Bader has garnered a cult following of celebrities, beauty editors and influencers. Their simple-yet-sophisticated products are backed by decades of stem cell research from Professor Bader himself.

The brand’s patented technology TFC8 combines natural amino acids, high-grade vitamins and synthesized molecules similar to those found in your skin. This helps to train your skin for the long-term and promotes self-healing.

TFC8 (Trigger Factor Complex)

Augustinus Bader products are built around a patented technology called TFC8. It’s a blend of natural amino acids, medical-grade vitamins and bio-identical synthesized molecules that enhance our skin’s ability to heal itself.

TFC8 helps reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation. It also boosts collagen production, encourages elasticity and supports the skin barrier leaving your complexion feeling renewed. Adding TFC8 to a retinol or acid serum doubles the power of the ingredient.

TFC9 (Trigger Factor 9)

Bader is cagey about what’s in his proprietary ingredient, but we know it contains amino acids, high-grade vitamins and synthesized molecules of the same kind naturally found in your skin. It guides key nutrients to skin cells and promotes cell repair.

It also makes Augustinus Bader products “smarter” so they adapt to your unique needs. That’s why Priyanka Chopra Jonas has the brand in her routine!

TFC10 (Trigger Factor 10)

Augustinus Bader is a clean skincare brand that combines the gentle nurturing of plants with cutting-edge science. Their products are a staple in the beauty routines of celebrities like Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Hailey Bieber, and Kate Moss. Their star ingredient is TFC8, their patented complex of amino acids, high-grade vitamins and synthesized molecules that help skin feel renewed. They also use no parabens, mineral oils or fragrances.

TFC12 (Trigger Factor 12)

Augustinus Bader products feature their patented TFC8 technology, which is the result of decades of stem cell research by Bader, a leading cellular biology and tissue repair scientist. Including amino acids, high-grade vitamins and synthesized molecules of the same kind naturally found in skin, TFC8 trains your skin to renew on its own, helping it look healthier, stronger and more even. Hailey Bieber uses the brand’s cleanser and rich cream in her skincare routine.

TFC14 (Trigger Factor 14)

Priyanka Chopra Jonas raves about Augustinus Bader’s cleanser and cream (both staples in her skincare routine), thanks to TFC8, the brand’s proprietary ingredient. It’s a mix of amino acids, high-grade vitamins and synthesized molecules that promotes better skin health. It also helps make their products “smarter,” so they adapt to the specific needs of your skin. Cool, right? It’s patented.

This is the first molecular chaperone to interact directly with nascent polypeptide chains emerging from bacterial ribosomes.

TFC15 (Trigger Factor 15)

Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream (and their entire skincare line) is powered by patented TFC8 technology, which contains high-grade vitamins, amino acids and synthesized molecules that mimic the kinds of molecules naturally found in the skin. This makes the cream smarter, so it delivers what your skin needs.

The TFC8 binding curves titrated with denatured GAPDH demonstrate that trigger factor associates with the folded molten-globule state of the protein. This results in the rapid change observed in the fluorescence anisotropy binding curves.

TFC17 (Trigger Factor 17)

Augustinus Bader’s patented TFC8 technology not only optimises your skin’s cellular renewal but also makes their skincare “smarter”. This is because it helps the products adapt to your specific needs – such as fine lines or pigmentation – and deliver exactly what your skin is craving. Priyanka Chopra Jonas loves their cleansing gel and moisturiser for this very reason.

It does this by inhibiting the dominance of Tfh17 cells over Tfh1 cells, a process that contributes to the immunopathology underlying systemic and organ-specific autoimmune disorders.