Victoria Beckham has spent £1,200 on a new moisturiser made from her own blood.
The fashion designer, 44, took to her InstagramStories to reveal she is now using the anti-ageing property by Dr Barbara Sturm, who is well loved by celebrities for her ‘vampire facials’.
Deciding to try out the range while her daughter Harper, 7, got a facial at Barbara’s clinic in Germany last week, the Spice Girls singer revealed that her blood had been used to ‘create healing factors made by her own cells.’
Victoria first uploaded a snap of a slew of bottle from the range and revealed: ‘This week I’ll be using these products by Dr. Barbara Sturm.’
She then offered a closer look to a tub of moisturiser and informed her followers of the process: ‘@drbarbarasturm took my blood and created healing factors made by my own cells which is highly anti inflammatory and regenerative.’
While she already has glowing skin, which was seen in her selfie, Victoria continued: ‘After sleeping in the mask, (which soaks in so doesn’t look funny or feel sticky) my skin feels amazing!
‘Super hydrated and clear! And very soft!’ she enthused.
The treatment is offered from Dr. Babara Sturm, who is well known from endogamous blood therapy, commonly known as ‘vampire facials.’
During a patient’s initial consultation, some of their blood is removed and is fed through a syringe containing metal beads – which tricks the blood into thinking they are wounds.
This step is required to to produce the healing proteins IL-1 and TGF-beta.
If used regularly, the moisturiser can lead to reduced inflammation, strengthened tissue and collagen growth.
This comes after Victoria treated her daughter Harper to a baby facial last week and shared a glimmer into her mother-daughter day with her 23.9m followers via her Instagram stories.
Harper was the picture of relaxation as she could be seen enjoying the very indulgent pampering session at the spa.
Last year in January, the fashion entrepreneur spilled the secrets on her daily £1,246 skincare, make-up, body and hair routine.
The mother-of-four admitted to spending £648 worth of products for her everyday skincare routine and she treated herself to £366 worth of make-up.
Victoria splashed out £124 on body products and £66 on her daily hair routine.
The singer soared to fame in the nineties in the girl group Spice Girls, where she was known for her eye-catching looks and fierce attitude.
However, she admitted that her ever changing looks wreaked havoc on her skin and now that she has a more smoother pace of life, her skin has settled.
The mother-of-four told Into The Gloss: ‘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. And, you know, I tried some interesting looks in the Spice Girls.
‘At this point, I’ve done so many photo shoots and red carpets that I’ve learned so much about my beauty style by looking back at pictures of myself.’
By Daily Mail