We know that celebs have extra help in the beauty department, but, as one of the most recognizable faces in fashion and pop culture, Victoria Beckham has still got a glow that can’t be ignored.
We owe our love of drinkable vitamin C for skin health to an old Vanity Fair story in which she mentioned the stuff. And we recently discovered that VB loves an algae oil from one of our fave non-toxic skincare brands. We dug a little further and found that her beauty routine is peppered with a few of our other non-toxic faves.
We have a feeling that this timeless beauty knows what she’s doing on the self-care front. Here are all of Victoria’s natural faves we fully approve of…
the jade roller | Even cheekbones like VB’s benefit from a little extra boost. In an interview with Into The Gloss, Victoria mentioned that she loves a good moisturizing sheet mask followed by a bit of jade rolling action. “I like to use a jade roller to really contour [the mask] into my face.” CHECK OUT
the algae oil | We got a small thrill when we spotted one of our fave luxe local brands on Victoria’s Instagram this past December. Made in Malibu with lots of love and sea-derived ingredients, OSEA has become a staple in our own routines. This body oil is the one Victoria loves most: “Love this body oil! I use it straight out of the shower when my skin is still a little wet! It’s natural ladies!” CHECK OUT
Lypo-spheric vitamin c | Years ago, we read an interview at home with Victoria Beckham in which she entailed her commitment to huge daily doses of vitamin C as part of her regular beauty routine. In other Instagram moments, Victoria has shared some of her favorite face masks and serums, which all have one thing in common: fat doses of vitamin C. The supplement above is one of our faves for getting the benefits of this beauty-boosting vitamin. CHECK OUT
weleda skin food | Victoria raved about this culty natural body moisturizer in her interview with Into The Gloss as well. We love the stuff too — and couldn’t have described it better: “…Weleda Skin Food. What I love about it is that it’s not particularly expensive and you can find it anywhere. The formula is so thick and buttery. When I have a tan, I’ll mix it with coconut oil—the same you use to cook with—and cover my entire body with it. I suppose some people may not like the greasiness, but it helps me hold on to the color.” CHECK OUT