The Beckhams have been enjoying the family summer holiday that dreams are made of, but of course, Victoria ensured her skincare routine didn’t take a break.
Victoria Beckham shared her holiday skincare routine
If you’ve scrolled through Instagram over the last week or so, you will know that the Beckham family have been taking it easy in Italy for their summer vacation.
David and Victoria Beckham have been enjoying bike rides in the fields, Harper has been hitting up the spa with mummy, Cruz has tried his hand at paddleboarding, Romeo has been exploring the city streets while Brooklyn has been on big brother duties cuddling up to his little sis.
But taking a break from their busy lives, Spice Girl turned fashion designer Victoria – who is currently in the process of launching her own beauty line – didn’t take a break from her beauty routine.
In fact, the mum of four took to her Instagram stories to let her 26.4 million followers in on how she looking after her skin when away.
After a slide to introduce her holiday skin routine, she took us through each product one by one, offering a littler further insight as she went. And here’s what we found…
Victoria Beckham’s Holiday Skincare Routine
Dr. Barbara Sturm Enzyme Cleanser
Victoria said that while away she sometimes uses this twice a day to help exfoliate her skin, saying it can become extra dry when it gets more sun. She added the caption: “This is great for my combination skin. Plus it’s a powder so perfect for travel.” The line is created by the pioneer of the vampire facial of which Beckham is a fan.
iS Clinical Pro Heal Serum Advance Plus
The designer said she then follows up with this serum that she “loves”. The serum helps increase antioxidant levels in the skin and contains 15 per cent (a generous amount) of time-released L-Ascorbic Acid which brightens skin and evens skin tone.
Augustinus Bader The Cream and Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream
This range was developed by a world-renowned stem-cell scientist Augustinus Bader and uses a unique skincare technology to support skin cells’ own renewal process – clearly VB is a fan. She uses the cream on her face, neck and chest and said: “I’m obsessed with this cream I think it’s fantastic. I notice a big difference in my skin… I will alternate between the cream and the rich cream depending on how dry my skin feels, but usually, I will use the rich cream at night.”
iS Clinical Active Serum and iS Clinical Hydra-Cool Serum
It seems Victoria is a big fan of this brand, as it makes up her go-to serums, too. The label was established in 2000 and brings together skincare experts from different filled to advance anti-ageing technologies. She alternatives with the two, the latter of which is “great when you need a bit more hydration and your skin’s had a bit more sun.”
iS Clinical Eye Youth Complex
Of course, every routine needs an effective eye cream. This one combats the signs of ageing and promises firmer and more resilient skin around the eyes.
Last but not least is sunscreen, and Victoria opts for Melanie Grant Daily Essential Moisturiser SPF50+ and Dr. Barbara Sturm Sun Drops SPF 50.
Thanks for sharing, VB! Now we’re just counting down the days until VBBeauty launches…