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Victoria Beckham: 'Salmon is the secret to good skin'

Published 07/10/2016

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

The former Spice Girls star swears by top dermatologist Harold Lancer's skincare tips.

Victoria Beckham found a great way to clean up her problem skin - salmon.

The fashion queen suffered from break-outs and acne throughout her time with The Spice Girls and turned to a host of skin doctors for help.

And one dermatologist had the answer.

"I used to have really problematic skin and he said to me, 'You have to eat salmon every single day'," she tells The Edit. "I said, 'Really, every day?' And he said, 'Yes - breakfast, lunch or dinner, you have to eat it every single day'."

The dermatologist, Dr. Harold Lancer, also introduced Victoria to his three-step method, which she uses daily.

"The skin's condition is improved through a simple three-step approach of exfoliating, cleansing, then nourishing," Lancer recently told E!

"Exfoliation stimulates natural protein production in the upper layer of the dermis, increases oxygen flow and encourages enzyme protein production in the stratum cornea - the deepest layer of skin - which triggers self-repair.

"It keeps skin looking younger, radiant, and hydrated."

Dr. Lancer also revealed Victoria is very cautious about the sun and protects herself with his Lancer Sheer Fluid Sun Shield SPF 30 every day.

But the former pop star is not a fan of fake bronzers, telling the Daily Mail, "I'd like it on record that all the times I've been criticised for wearing dodgy orange fake tans, that's my natural colour. I go brown very quickly, so I tend to whip my legs out at the first sign of sun. I'm not big on fake bronzers."

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