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Victoria Beckham Just Launched a Cleanser. Here’s What You Need to Know

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Since its launch almost 5 years ago in 2019, Victoria Beckham Beauty has amassed quite the following.

From teaming up with skincare experts to releasing her own makeup range, Beckham has carved her way into the skincare and beauty industry, sharing tips and her real-life experiences on her Instagram page.

Whether it’s her viral Kajal Liner or dainty eyeshadow palettes, the former Spice Girl’s beauty line has become almost as famous as her fashion one.

And now, after a reported two year development process, Beckham’s skincare range has launched not one, but two cleansers. And it’s all thanks to a collaboration with the A-lister’s own facialist, Melanie Grant.

We take a look at the brand’s new Daily Cleansing Protocol (£100.00 on the Victoria Beckham Beauty UK website/$120.00 on the Victoria Beckham Beauty US website), a duo of cleansers that includes an oil face wash and a lactic acid based cleanser.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The Daily Cleansing Protocol

With a slightly futuristic-sounding name, the Daily Cleansing Protocol is in fact a pack of two cleansers, the Daily Oil Cleanser and the Daily Lactic Acid Gel Cleanser.

According to the brand, “the Daily Cleansing Protocol is designed to provide a facial-grade cleanse while delivering an elevated luxury experience.”

At the heart of the duo is the idea that a double cleanse (using two different types of cleanser to thoroughly remove makeup, SPF and dirt at the end of the day) is fundamental to optimal skin health, a principle endorsed by both Beckham and Grant.

As well as promising to deliver pro-grade results then, the brand claims the duo have been formulated to encourage cleansing and exfoliation to become an enjoyable part of your skincare routine.

 

Victoria Beckham Launches Her First Ever Cleanser and It's a Double Cleanse

Image – Victoria Beckham Beauty

 


The Daily Oil Cleanser

The first product, an oil cleanser, is a “cushioning formula that removes all traces of makeup, sunscreen, dirt and pollutants while hydrating”, according to the brand.

It includes ingredients like olive fruit oil, rice bran oil, avocado oil, and fermented green sea oil.

While some of us prefer to skip the morning cleanse, The Daily Oil Cleanser is suitable for both morning and evening use and designed to create a hydrated foundation for daily makeup and skincare.

Grant says, “The Double Cleansing Protocol acts as a modern, deep cleansing treatment. This extends far beyond simply washing your face and considers not just what we’re removing from our skin, but what we’re giving back and how we can best optimise the skin’s own many complex functions.”

The brand says just one pump of the cleanser is enough to cleanse the face before removing it with warm water.

 


Daily Lactic Acid Gel Cleanser

The second step in Beckham’s new lineup is an acid face wash, designed to be used nightly, after the oil cleanser.

Containing ingredients like lactic acid (one of the gentlest skincare acids), rose damascena flower water, and saccharide isomerate to gently exfoliate, the gel cleanser promises to remove all traces of oil and dirt.

Since Grant herself “won’t compromise on a double cleanse each and every evening”, why should you?

 

Victoria Beckham Beauty is available on the Victoria Beckham Beauty UK and US websites, Selfridges, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, and Fenwick. 

 

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Laura Kemp started her journalism career as a news reporter for one of the largest newspaper groups in Europe before moving into features and editorial writing. Combining her love of hard-hitting journalism with her passion for beauty, she’s now Senior Beauty Editor at Live That Glow. When she’s not writing, researching, or interviewing her favourite experts, you’ll find Laura practicing her downward dog or drifting on her paddleboard.

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