Victoria Beckham moisturiser made from her own blood. Fashion designer, Victoria Beckham has revealed that she paid over €1300 on a moisturiser by Dr Barbara Sturm, that contains her own blood.
The 44- year old, ex Spice Girl come fashion mogul, was visiting Germany last week where she paid a visit to Dr Barbara Sturm’s clinic in Dusseldorf, Germany and paid over a whopping €1300 for an anti-ageing face cream that contained her own blood.
Taking to her social media account, Instagram she told her 24 million followers “Dr Sturm took my blood and created healing factors made by my own cells, which is highly anti-inflammatory and regenerative. I’ll be testing it out this week both morning and night!”
Dr Barbara Sturm played a major role in the medical discovery of anti-ageing known as the “Kobe Procedure”, where patient’s own blood cells are used to produce proteins that allegedly kick starts the healing process that helps rejuvenate skin cells.
Dr Barbara Sturm is an internationally renowned specialist in aesthetic medicine and specialises in non-surgical rejuvenating skin treatments, wrinkle treatments and anti-ageing.
As part of the process in making Victoria’s anti-ageing face cream, Dr. Barbara Sturm’s MC1 serum was added to Victoria’s own blood that was then spun into a custom-blended cream for to take home and apply to her face.
This treatment is popular with lots of celebrities looking to rejuvenate their looks and has been titled the ‘Vampire Facial’ because of the use of the client’s own blood been added to the product. The Beckham’s were visiting Germany where she discovered the product while taking her daughter for a ‘baby facial’ at the clinic.
Victoria Beckham moisturiser made from her own blood