One aims to save the fashion empire of Victoria Beckham, the other could perhaps save the glory of her husband.
Because the multimillionaire couple seem to trust two potions – and perhaps hope to have magic properties.
Former Spice Girl Victoria is launching a new skincare line that includes £ 180 face serum for a 30ml bottle.
Victoria Beckham (left) is launching a new range of skincare products to combat the financial difficulties of her fashion empire. The range includes a face serum worth £ 180 for a 30 ml bottle
Sources say the 46-year-old woman hopes it will help make up for the financial hardship of her clothing business, which posted losses of £ 12.3 million for 2018.
Meanwhile, there has been speculation that the former England captain, David, treated his locks with a thickening hair spray and a root corrector, which costs £ 14.95 a box.
Rumors that 45-year-old Beckham may have started using the product, which promises to “provide instantly thicker, natural-looking hair”, appeared after being spotted with a thinning stubble – and then appeared a few days later. late with seemingly lush wicks.
The product, which is available in 12 shades, would use so-called micro-mineral particles to bind to the remaining hair.
Meanwhile, David Beckham (left) is said to have started using Mane thickening hair spray (right) which uses micro minerals to bind to remaining hair
An associate of the former footballer said, “He is generally much more careful – he wears at least one hat. But this time, we saw the truth. “
Beckham showed off her cell regenerating serum on Instagram during the lockout and promised those who used it a “natural, healthy glow.”
However, it is more than five times the price of similar products sold by well-established beauty brands, including Clinique, Clarins and Estee Lauder.
The launch of the serum comes just a month after it appeared that it was going to remove 30 workers in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Then she made an embarrassing U-turn.
A beauty industry insider told the Mail on Sunday: “It is inconceivable to think that someone would spend this type of money on a serum by someone who has no history of beauty products. . “