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Victoria Beckham often showcases her vast selection of beauty products on social media.
But today on social media, the businesswoman, 45, chose to reveal her husband David’s fragrance and skincare collection instead.
Beckham shared an image of five of the former footballer’s go-to products on the Victoria Beckham Beauty Instagram account.
Inclusive of two skincare products from his wife’s own beauty collection David, 44, also was shown to be a fan of rather expensive scents.
The father-of-four, who has his own series of seven fragrances, is the proud owner of two Dior and one Chanel fragrances, costing an eye-watering £555 in total.
The fragrances include Dior’s Féve Délicieuse, a sweet scent, as well as the luxury label’s best-selling scent Bois D’Argent.
The latter is a muskier fragrance, with hints of frankincense and florals.
Another product that takes centre stage in David’s beauty collection is Chanel’s Boy Eau de Parfum, which boasts a woody scent.
The trio is available to buy online.
The two products from wife Victoria’s collection are the Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum and the Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturiser.
It’s not surprising that Beckham favours Victoria’s beauty line: he previously said his approach to grooming “was always to steal [his] wife’s products.”
Beckham’s not a stranger to the world of beauty. In addition to his own line of fragrances, he’s previously collaborated with L’Oréal and creating a grooming line called House 99.
“I never used to use face wash, apart from using my wife’s products,” Beckham told Into The Gloss.
“I never used to make the time to do that. Now I have a face wash, I have a mask, a scrub. And it’s so much more acceptable—guys find it much more natural to talk about their products that they use, and what they do to look after their skin and their hair, and the way they want to look.”