What can we expect from Victoria Beckham's new skincare range?

We officially cannot wait.

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We officially cannot wait.

Victoria Beckham ruled herself out of the highly-anticipated (and rumoured) Spice Girls tour earlier this month, with the 43-year-old confirming, ‘I’m not going on tour. The girls aren’t going on tour.’

While rumours were buzzing around as to why a Spice Girls tour wouldn't be happening - at least with all five OG women - most people suspected that VB might be invested in another project - you know, aside from her mega fashion brand, charity work and being the mother of four.

Sure enough, Victoria confirmed the news on International Women's Day, announcing in a live conversation with Nicola Mendelsohn (VP EMEA, Facebook) that she would be launching her own skincare range.

'I am currently in the process of creating my own colour, my own line of skincare creams, and a perfume,' VB announced - streamed live from her Dover Street store. 'As a woman, I want to make the things I need in my life, the things that are missing.'

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To VB fans this move is far from unexpected, with Victoria collaborating with Estée Lauder to create a 14-piece product collection for the past two years - going on to completely sell out.

We are still dreaming about her iconic (and again sold-out) illuminating cream, Morning Aura.

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But what can we expect from VB's new skincare range?

We don't know yet whether her skincare range will be another collab with Estée Lauder, but according to VB, the products are set to be 'very scientific', as she told fans that she's 'learning a lot' in their creation.

If there's anyone we'd trust with our skin, it's VB.

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

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