If you’ve ever wondered how Victoria Beckham achieves her preternaturally glowing complexion (and really, who hasn’t?) the secret may soon be yours. The designer, who launched Victoria Beckham Beauty with CEO and co-founder Sarah Creal to much fanfare this past January, is officially getting into the skincare game with the launch of VBB Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer. And though Beckham may seem like a beacon of eternal radiance, the project was born of her own skin-centric issues.
“For years I struggled with my skin, and after trying countless products, I can honestly say that my skin has never looked or felt better. Healthy and hydrated with a natural fresh glow,” says Beckham, who developed the moisturizer in partnership with biology-based beauty revolutionary Augustinus Bader. "Victoria was super passionate about creating something that would be more active and more effective than anything that had been done before,” explains Creal. “So, we partnered with Professor Bader to create the Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer, which gives both long-term skin-rebuilding benefits as well as this signature Victoria Beckham glow to the skin."
The moisturizer (30ml for $95, 50ml for $145) uses Bader’s proprietary TFC8 technology to aid skin in repairing itself, resulting in a healthy, lit-from-within look primed for holiday adornment. Clean ingredients and scientifically-backed technologies finished with a sprinkle of Beckham’s insouciant glamour? The beauty world just got a bit brighter.
Originally Appeared on Vogue