VICTORIA Beckham's "military" skincare regime has been revealed by top US Botox doctor, Dr. Harold Lancer.
The dermatology guru said that he has been inundated with calls from his celebrity clients desperate to maintain glowing skin during lockdown.
Speaking about 46-year-old Victoria specifically, Dr. Lancer shared: "She has a firm concept of the word ‘program’ and ‘discipline’ — she’s the poster child for discipline, avoiding craziness and temptation."
He added to Page Six Style: "She follows the military concept of maintenance. I’ll absolutely see her when lockdown is over."
Dr. Lancer – whose other famous clients include Kim Kardashian and Beyonce – is an expert in skincare, and clients go to him for everything from skin peels and rejuvenating treatments to Botox and fillers.
Botox and fillers generally only last around four months, and the medical professional said that he has a thousand appointments already booked in for the end of summer from his optimistic Hollywood clients.
He is encouraging those who are concerned about their skin in lockdown to watch their diet, reduce sugar intake, and exercise, adding: "You have to have the positive knowledge that it’s never too late. Whatever has passed, with time can be resorted."
Dr. Lancer is also receiving selfies from regular clients every day as they seek advice after he closed his clinic in Beverly Hills on 17 March.
He revealed that one client even gave herself second degree burns as she attempted a freshening peel at home – but he was able to talk her through what to do via video calls and got her face back to normal in 12 days.
This week, the Beverly Hills Council voted to resume non-essential and cosmetic surgeries during lockdown.
Despite this, governor Gavin Newsom insisted that plastic surgery will remain prohibited, with councilman John Mirisch, who voted against the motion, slamming the council's vote to Fox 11.
He said: "What I do have a problem with is allowing purely elective cosmetic surgery so rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, Botox, that sort of thing.
"I don’t think people need face jobs especially when you’re supposed to be covering your face."
Dr. Arash Moradzadeh fought back, arguing: "People need these procedures because it helps them feel better and feeling better is very important right now when we’re taking such a psychological impact of being stuck at home or losing our jobs."
Mirisch added that he hopes governor Newsom will continue to overturn the council's decision.
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