Victoria Beckham is a woman after our own hearts. She may have access to the world's priciest cosmetics, yet the former Spice Girl still uses a £10 skincare product - that we can buy! The mum-of-four recently shared a snap of on her Instagram Stories, showing herself having her makeup done by celebrity makeup artist Lisa Eldridge. While many followers were likely looking at which eyeshadows and mascaras Victoria uses, our attention was drawn to a little pink cap in the corner of the shot. We know the fashion designer is a fan of Bioderma products, so we instantly recognised the bottle - and guess what, you can buy it on the high street.
It seems Victoria uses Bioderma's Sensibio H2O Make-Up Removing Solution, which retails at a very reasonable £10.80. You can even pick it up from Boots! We're always after an eye makeup remover which doesn't sting and gets rid of every last trace of mascara, so this has our interest.
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BUY NOW: Bioderma Sensibio H2O Solution, £10.80, Boots
The Bioderma Solution is a firm favourite of celebrities, with fans such as Ellie Goulding, Gwyneth Paltrow and Natalie Portman. Now VB has jumped on board and appears to include it in her skincare regime. Victoria has previously revealed to Into The Gloss about the brand: "The only face wipes that actually take off all my makeup are the Bioderma ones."
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The Bioderma website says of the product: "Developed specifically for sensitive skin, the Sensibio H2O Solution from Bioderma effectively removes dirt and makeup from the face and eye area. Combining performance and very high tolerance, the dermatological micellar water gently eliminates impurities, whilst soothing irritation and helping to strengthen the skin's hydrolipidic film for long-lasting comfort. Skin feels clean, fresh and revitalised. Non-rinse." It's also fragrance, alcohol and paraben-free.
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