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Monday 20 October 2014

Victoria Beckham ‘eager to retain youthful looks’

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham is reportedly keen to try out a range of treatments in a bid to maintain her youthful glow.

The Spice Girls singer turned 39 on April 17, and is said to be worrying about her looks. Victoria - who has four children with soccer star husband David - is reportedly keen to try out a range of treatments in a bid to maintain her youthful glow.

"She's a perfectionist and has made it clear she'll be happy if she looks in her early 30s. She woke up on her birthday with jet lag and shattered from Harper waking up in the night, saying she felt 100 years old!" a source told British magazine Closer.

"Victoria doesn't want anything permanent like plastic surgery, but she looks in the mirror and sees faults - she doesn't like the little wrinkles under her eyes and as a result of acne-prone skin in her teens is concerned about the quality of her skin."

Victoria is said to have already turned to non-surgical procedures to keep the ageing process at bay. Insiders say the brunette star underwent a series of anti-ageing treatments while in Los Angeles recently, including oxygen facials and hand injections.

"Victoria had several consultations in Beverly Hills. She saw a dermatologist who specialises in non-surgical lifting using filler or fat injections. She's thought to have had the Vampire Facelift as she likes the subtle effect - she wants to look refreshed and youthful," the source continued.

"But she didn't want her hands giving her away so she's had the same injectable procedure - which costs a minimum of £650 - on them."

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