The €39 skincare product that Victoria Beckham says 'does work'
If it's good enough for Victoria Beckham.
The fashion designer and former pop star has professed her love for a skincare product from This Works, specifically In Transit Camera Close-Up, priced at €39.50.
It seems the mother of four is a fan of this skincare product for quite some time, first tweeting about it back in 2014.
The multi-tasking product acts as a mask, moisturiser and primer all in one and also contains the beauty's industry current wonder ingredient, super-hydrating hyaluronic acid which also works to plump up the skin.
— Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) June 9, 2014
Having reached out to the PR for This Works, we found out that VB was not paid for this shout-out, she just liked it so much that she decided to share the beauty find with her Twitter followers.
Victoria isn't the only celebrity fan of the brand either for Kim Kardashian previously mentioned the In Transit No Traces rosewater and mint pads on her Snapchat.
The reality TV regular is a big fan of anything with a rose scent and they are ideal for removing make-up easily when you're in a rush or as the first step to your full-on nightly skincare ritual.