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Victoria Beckham teases new skincare launch with celebrity facialist Melanie Grant

Sophie Smith
20 February 2024

Nearly five months after launching into fragrance, Victoria Beckham is once again expanding her eponymous beauty line. This time, with two new skincare products.

Revealing the plans on Instagram, Beckham was joined by celebrity facialist and aesthetician Melanie Grant to discuss their first encounter and shared love for skincare.

"Melanie and I met years ago through our mutual friend Christine Centenera, and Melanie has been my skin guru ever since! We both share the same passion for brilliant beauty products that support and enhance skin’s natural health. And we’ve been up to something … COMING SOON!," the caption reads.


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Whilst specific details were not revealed in the social media post, WWD has reported that the duo is preparing to launch two new gel-based and oil-based cleansers for the first-time.

The new products will expand Beckham's existing skincare line-up, which already includes a cell rejuvenating moisturiser and serum, created in collaboration with Professor Augustinus Bader.

"I was longing for a cleanser that matched the standard of my serum and moisturiser, that felt different in the market, but mainly that it felt equal to the rest of my skincare routine and not the afterthought part of my routine," Beckham told WWD.

Victoria Beckham Beauty

Beckham first launched her eponymous womenswear label in 2008. Shortly after, she ventured into the beauty space, creating two capsule collections with Estée Lauder before launching Victoria Beckham Beauty in 2019.

Founded on the idea that "beauty should complement and empower the dynamic life you lead", she set out to create a new standard of clean luxury with high-performing, cruelty-free and sustainably-minded makeup and skincare products.

The former Spice Girl entered fragrance for the first time last year with three new scents. Created in collaboration with master parfumier Jérôme Épinette, the genderless artisanal fragrances are inspired by a particular era in Beckham's own life.

The launch was supported by a campaign shot by Steven Klein, which "visualised the essence of each fragrance through a present-day lens". It marked Beckham’s first appearance in a campaign for her own brand.

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