For her first foray into skin-care, Beckham tapped Augustinus Bader, the German stem-cell and biomedical scientist who created his own skincare line back in 2018 that quickly gained a devout fanbase of makeup artists, beauty editors, and celebrities — including Beckham herself. The secret behind the cream is Bader's proprietary TFC8 (Trigger Factor Complex-8) technology that's comprised of natural amino acids, vitamins, and "synthesised molecules naturally found in the skin," cosmetic chemist Ginger King told Allure. "It guides key nutrients and powerful natural ingredients to the skin cells, creating an optimal environment for the body's innate processes of repair and renewal," King added.
The Victoria Beckham Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturiser (£92) contains TCF8, as well as avocado oil and peptides. Together, the ingredients promise to combine the hydrating, cell-rejuvenating, and line-smoothing properties of a face cream, and the skin-smoothing, makeup-securing characteristics of a primer.