Victoria Beckham proudly demonstrated on Instagram a special anti-age product - a moisturizer created using a special technology based on … Victoria's own blood. Moreover, not only the composition is impressive, but also the cost of the cosmetic novelty - £ 1200.
Plasmolifting procedure - also called Vampire Lift or “bloody lifting” - became quite popular about ten years ago. For the procedure, a solution is usually used, which contains some of the patient's blood. Previously, "bloody lifting" was carried out exclusively in beauty clinics, but progress does not stand still (see also: "Take a break: 5 procedures that will erase wrinkles from the face").
Victoria Beckham published pictures of special skin care products on social networks. “This week I will be using these products from Dr. BarbarSturm. The specialists took my blood and created a healing composition based on my own cells, which has a powerful anti-inflammatory and regenerative effect,”said the 44-year-old star. The results of the first experiments delighted Victoria (read also: "Not only the last name: Victoria Beckham and 5 secrets of her success").
“After sleeping with the mask, my skin was amazing! Super hydration and cleansing! The skin is also very soft."
As specified, to create such a cosmetic product, the patient's blood is enriched with interleukin 1 and transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta).
Earlier, Victoria admitted in an interview that during her artistic career in the Spice Girls, her skin condition left much to be desired: “I had pretty bad skin when I was younger, I had to mask spots and so on. Luckily, I don't have to worry about this anymore. Over time, you will find out what works for you. And you know, besides, I tried some interesting looks when I was in the Spice Girls."
Photo: Instagram, Legion-Media
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