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The fashion world might seem super glamorous - and it is - but it’s also a lot of hard work, and this rings most true in the run-up to, and during, London Fashion Week.
And one designer who definitely understands the pressure it can put on models and staff is Victoria Beckham.
Her much-coveted, self-named, brand is always a highlight of the high-profile fashion event and this year the ex-Spice Girl helped take care of the models who would be helping debut her latest collection by partnering with wellbeing and beauty brand, Weleda.
Weleda’s Wellbeing Zone backstage encouraged models to take time out to enjoy a therapeutic hand massage, which is known to help relieve tension and promote relaxation.
Weleda’s team used Skin Food Light Moisturising Cream for its nourishing formula which combines organic sunflower oil with skin-calming extracts of wild pansy, chamomile and calendula.
This lotion is inspired by the original Weleda Skin Food - already a cult product in the beauty industry - but is more suited to on-the-go moisturising, soaking in quickly to leave skin instantly nourished and smooth without any stickiness.
And though VB’s clothes might set you back a small fortune, attaining her models’ glow costs under £8.
Sold? So are we.
Buy it: Weleda Skin Food Light | £7.52 from Amazon
And Victoria isn’t the only fan of the affordable, multi-use, moisturiser if the Amazon reviews are anything to go by.
The Weleda Skin Food Light Moisturising Cream has over 400 reviews, with a whopping 82% of shoppers rating the product five-stars.
“Love it! I really like the original skin food however for daily use it took ages to sink in and left me super shiny. This light version though is perfect! I also like the almond face cream but would choose this light skin food over it any day and it’s cheaper!” one well-hydrated fan wrote.
While another commented: “I bought this because the original skin food was too heavy. This one has not disappointed, the gorgeous scent, the silky feel of the lotion and its very light you can definitely wear it as a day cream. Love it.”
We might never have a pout like Mrs. Beckham, but we can certainly have her soft skin. That’s good enough, right?