Victoria Beckham just launched her second skincare product and we have all the details

Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum may be Victoria Beckham Beauty’s second skincare product, but it’s a first in many ways. It’s actually Bader’s very first serum formulation; aside from Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer, his own collection of products contains three creams.

More specifically, according to the brand, it’s the first serum to incorporate Bader’s patented TFC8 technology (a complex of natural amino acids and vitamins) “to deliver both immediate and long-term benefits” – namely, improved skin-barrier function and smoother, firmer skin.

Last November, Victoria Beckham continued her elegant march toward world dominance when the cosmetics wing of her empire, Victoria Beckham Beauty, launched its very first skincare product, Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer. Just as luxurious as the makeup already offered by the brand, it stood apart from the rest of the line’s products by being a collaboration with famous German biomedical scientist and skincare formulator Augustinus Bader. And now, Beckham and Bader have reunited for a second product: Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum.

Another way it’s a first, the brand says, is by being “the first and most powerful step to set your skin up for success.” Made to be used before the Priming Moisturizer (or any moisturiser you may be using), Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum promises to deliver a special blend of active ingredients to kick-start your skincare routine in a meaningful, difference-making way.

Yeast ferment refines texture, porcelain flower biopeptides rebalance and strengthen, organic black crowberry fruit helps firm and tone, vitamin E and microalgae serve as protectors, olive fruit extract defends against blue-light damage, niacinamide to reduce redness and lines, and fragmented hyaluronic acid holds onto moisture.

Allure’s associate digital beauty director Sarah Kinonen had the opportunity to preview Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum, and she’s undoubtedly impressed. “Although the formula is strong (thanks to all those actives), it’s super light, gentle enough layer, and seeps into skin quickly,” she says, noting that there’s no noticeable scent.

Contained in a recyclable glass bottle – because Beckham wants to help take care of the world she continues to conquer – the serum takes only a couple drops to make its daily, cumulative impact. It’s now available for £180 on victoriabeckhambeauty.com.

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