The fresh-faced Victoria Beckham gives an insight into her skincare routine. The fashion designer and mother of four shares her biggest secrets behind her beautiful clear skin with her fans.
Adapting To The Ageing Process
The clothing designer, who also has her own cosmetics line with iconic French brand Estée Lauder, detailed her skin and haircare routine for women who are eager to get the same results.
Beckham acknowledges that, as she gets older, her beauty regimen becomes simpler. She says it is largely due to the fact that she isn't wearing heavy makeup onstage with the Spice Girls.
Over the years of doing photo-shoots and red carpet looks, Beckham has learned what works for her specifically. Her perennially dewy skin may even be down to her strict diet of fresh salmon daily, as well as two hours of exercise.
"I used to have quite bad skin when I was younger and I was constantly covering up spots and things like that. Luckily, I don't have to worry too much about that anymore. Over time, you learn what works for you," she explained.
Also, Beckham gives herself some in-flight mini-facials during long-haul trips across the globe. Naturally, one of Beckham's own products, the Estée Lauder Morning Aura primer costing around $95 is another go-to product to look good post-flight.
Keeping Things Simple
Her everyday routine is simple enough, with the fashion designer swearing by Bioderma makeup wipes priced at $9.90 A variety of high-end cleansers such as Lancer Skincare's Method Polish is sold expensively for $75.
Beckham's no. 1 go-to beauty product is her own Estée Lauder Aura Gloss, which costs $45. She says it's like a lip balm that can be used all over the face.
"I'll put it on top of my cheeks, on my eyelids, down the center of my nose, and always on this bow of my lip because it makes the lips look fuller," she advised.
Beckham is so fond of the product that she even used it on models in her latest runway shows. Her favorite moisturizer is Weleda Skin Food, a bargain at $19 while her signature scent is anything by Byredo with $150 price tag.
The one thing the fashion designer and devoted wife further shares that she usually struggles in doing her own hair. She relies on her L.A.-based colorist to do her hair. At home, she uses a simple shampoo and conditioner by Oribe that sell at $44 and $46 respectively to keep it looking healthy and shiny.