Victoria Beckham Reveals the Beauty Hacks That Only Make Her Look Younger With Age
Victoria Beckham spilled the beans on her glowing complexion and toned physique. She swears by a fixed cleansing routine, alcoholic beverages and a lot more!
Victoria Beckham is only looking better with age. The 45-year-old finally spilled the beans on her glowing complexion and toned physique during a segment on This Morning on Tuesday. Opening up on her beauty regime, the fashion designer let the cat out of the bag as she revealed consuming alcoholic beverages have helped to keep her forever young as they take away the stresses from her personal and professional life. "I try to be really healthy, I expect a lot of myself and my body,” the wife of David Beckham revealed. "I have four kids and work a lot. I try to be healthy, eat fresh fish, vegetables, fruit and I drink a lot of water.”
"I am not saying I’m not fun. I am known to drink a few tequilas and a few red wines, it’s that balance. Working out, but having fun is also super important,” she added. Victoria then weighed in on her cleansing routine. The former Spice Girl added, "Definitely take make-up off every night before bed, use a really good moisturiser that works for your skin type and stay hydrated!"
She confessed, "I haven’t always had good skin. I pay a lot of attention to my skin, not just on my skin but also by eating healthy and drinking water… basic things that make a difference! Using a good moisturiser, making sure my skin is hydrated and changing it up as well, I think is important." Meanwhile, she has no qualms about growing older. "I am fine with growing older, I’m not trying to look any younger at all, I want to look good for my age! I want to look the best version of myself, I want to look after what I have. I don’t want to change anything, I’m okay with that, I like how older feels, I am okay with how it looks but I am not okay with how it sounds!" She concluded, "I like to read, when I get home end of night, had dinner, kids in bed, i just like to relax and read, just really hang out with my family, spend quality time with the family."