Beckham's $15,600 moisturiser

Last updated 11:02 03/12/2012
Victoria Beckham
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SMOOTH: Victoria Beckham is going to great lengths to keep wrinkle free.

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Victoria Beckham is rumoured to spend as much as £10,000 (NZ$19,500) week on her beauty regime.

The singer-turned-fashion designer has four children and looking after them, coupled with her busy career, ensures she is always busy.

The 38-year-old prides herself on looking her best at all times - once saying people would "never see her on the street in a tracksuit".

It's now been claimed Victoria is going all out to ensure her skin is smooth and wrinkle-free. Among the treatments the star is said to be a fan of, are £600 (NZ$1100) facials.

"She's started having La Prairie White Caviar facials at LA's Bel Air Hotel Spa. It includes a cellular peel, an eye massage, caviar pads and a range of caviar-laced serums," an insider told Heat magazine.

The star has also been using a £600 (NZ$1100) cream made of placenta, £380 (NZ$700) massages which are supposed to boost collagen and therapy which uses leeches.

The most expensive item is a face cream Victoria is apparently on the waiting list for. Clé de Peau Beauté Moisturizer La Creme costs an eye-popping £8,000 (NZ$15,600).

"Vic takes her beauty regime very seriously," the source giggled.

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