Victoria Beckham launches cleansing duo with celeb facialist Melanie Grant

By Alessandro Carrara | Published: 21-Feb-2024

The new category builds on Beckham's existing skin care line and recent fragrance collection launch

Victoria Beckham has teamed up with celebrity facialist and aesthetician Melaine Grant to launch a cleansing duo.

The cleansers, which are said to have been in development for two years, are available in a gel and oil-based formats.

This includes the Daily Oil Cleanser, which has been formulated with olive fruit oil which works to protect skin.

It also breaks down make-up and removes impurities, according to the brand. 

The Daily Lactic Acid Gel Cleanser, meanwhile, features rose damascena flower water which helps to conditions and soothes skin.

Both cleansers are suitable for dry, mature, sensitive, oily, and combination skin types, and can be purchased as a pair for £100 via Victoria Beckham Beauty’s website.

“I’ve been obsessed with finding the perfect cleanser for years because the right cleanser will not only remove what shouldn’t be there, it will restore what should, leaving you with the best base for the rest of your routine,” said Beckham in an Instagram post.

The new category launch builds on the entrepreneur's existing skin care line, which includes a moisturiser and serum created in collaboration with Augustinus Bader.

Becham also launched her first-ever fragrance collection under her beauty brand in 2023.

The edp range includes Portofino '97, Suite 302, and San Ysidro Drive, with scents ranging from black pepper corn to pink peony and passionfruit.

Beckham, wife of English footballer David Beckham, founded her namesake beauty brand with industry veteran Sarah Creal in 2019.

Eye colour cosmetics were the initial range by Victoria Beckham Beauty, followed by lip products a few months later.


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