Victoria Beckham has revealed her must-have beauty products. Talking about her daily routine, the busy mum-of-four spilled the beans on what keeps her skin looking so fresh.
"In the bathroom, I always use Dr. Lancer skin products," she said. "He's a dermatologist I saw when we were living in Los Angeles."
The leading skincare consultant, who also counts celebrities such as Beyonce, Ellen DeGeneres and Denise Richards as his clients, has a range of products that can cost up to £100.
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Her body moisturiser, at £11, is far kinder to the bank balance. "The body cream I use is a really simple, inexpensive body moisturiser by Weleda," she said. "It's really, really thick and I slather it on."
To keep her lips looking lovely, Victoria is a big fan of Stila Lip Glazes that cost around £12. "I love those Stila lip glosses, the ones that you twist and click," she said. "They smell and taste nice."
The 38-year-old then applies Elizabeth Arden's famous Eight Hour cream to keep her lips hydrated throughout the day.
Opening up about her beauty regime several years ago, Victoria revealed that if she could design a beauty product, "it would be the perfect nude lip gloss". Discussing nails, she added: "I like Chanel, as it always does forward-thinking colours."
Fake tan is a no-no for the star. "I don't wear fake tan anymore," she said. "Sometimes I've been turned orange but that's definitely a look from my past. Being overly tanned is very aging and, dare I say it, a bit footballer's wife. Embrace your natural colour!"
Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Victoria is ready to launch her eponymous fashion range in China. The fashion designer will reportedly be making a series of high-profile appearances in China and will show off her fashion line to buyers this month.
A source said: "She will make several public appearances to publicise her collection. She wants to particularly push her dresses while she is out there but her accessories are equally important."
Her decision to introduce her label in China comes days after her footballer husband David was unveiled as China's first ever global football ambassador.