Beauty Skincare Supermodels and Celebrities Can't Stop Using This $175 Moisturizer That Minimizes Wrinkles It’s clinically shown to reduce fine lines and brighten dull complexions. By Nicol Natale Nicol Natale Instagram Website Nicol Natale is a freelance writer and editor based in Hawai'i. After spending several years working at brands like Prevention, Woman's Day, and Business Insider in New York City, Nicol decided to leave the city life behind for island living. Today, she lives a flexible lifestyle where she can marry all of her passions, including writing, yoga, singing, and adventuring out in nature. Her work has been featured in brands like Women's Health, Good Housekeeping, EverydayHealth, and more. As a fellow of the Association of Health Care Journalists' 2018 class, Nicol is most passionate about covering health and wellness, although her work has spanned many verticals including lifestyle, beauty, fashion, business, and more. When Nicol isn't writing, you can almost always find her outside practicing yoga, strumming on her ukulele, or enjoying a beautiful sunset with friends. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on June 24, 2022 @ 06:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Photo: Getty Images What's one thing Hailey Bieber, Priyanka Chopra, and Victoria Beckham have in common? Their glowy, radiant complexions, of course — and they all credit one pricey beauty product as their secret sauce to baby-smooth skin: Augustinus Bader's The Cream. Celebrities can obviously afford expensive facials, treatments, and plastic surgery, but there is some science behind the skin-plumping, wrinkle-smoothing effects of this Hollywood-loved moisturizer. The Cream was developed by German professor Augustinus Bader based on decades of research around regenerative tissue. Courtesy Shop now: $175; sephora.com and nordstrom.com It's packed with nourishing amino acids and vitamins that have been clinically shown to hydrate, brighten, and regenerate skin cells. But the star feature of the celeb-backed moisturizer is its TFC8 complex, which the brand claims repairs damaged cells using a mix of ceramides, peptides, amino acids, vitamins C and A, and cholesterol. Also included in the complex is TFC1, a medical-grade hydrogel, which Bader created to treat the skin of burn victims after three decades of research. Sephora shoppers are calling The Cream a "miracle product" for how well it works to smooth fine lines and eliminate dark spots. "It actually lives up to the hype," one Sephora reviewer said. "I saw a noticeable difference… I have never been this impressed by a skincare product before in my life, and I have tried a lot." This J.Lo-Developed Resurfacing Serum Brightens and Smooths Skin So Well, It Had a 3,500-Person Waitlist "On the first day, I noticed an immediate improvement in my skin texture, lines, [and] smoothness," another shopper added. "My skin has never looked better. My face was plumped and even-toned." Another person added that it's been "life-changing" for improving their hormonal acne. "I am prone to breakouts and they have decreased dramatically," they said. The moisturizer's formula is a lighter version of the brand's famous Rich Cream, making it a non-sticky alternative for summer. Packed with hyaluronic acid and completely vegan ingredients, it likewise boasts famous fans; Jennifer Aniston applies The Rich Cream before filming The Morning Show and supermodel Karen Elson said it was her "secret elixir" for radiant skin. InStyle beauty editors Pia Velasco and Erin Lukas swear by the brand, too; with instant results, it's no wonder why. Courtesy Shop now: $175; sephora.com and nordstrom.com Although the price sits high at $175, celebrities and hundreds of shoppers believe Augustinus Bader's The Cream is worth every penny. If you're looking for that perfect summer glow (and your wallet allows for a splurge), treat yourself to this lightweight cream for a dewy complexion all season long.