Victoria Beckham, 47, recently checked into an exclusive health spa in Germany, where the former Spice Girl’s treatments are so bespoke they don’t even advertise them in the brochure
Her skin looked absolutely glowing while she was there (Image: Instagram)ByKatie Wilson
- 15:34, 12 Oct 2021
Victoria Beckham has given fans a glimpse inside the exclusive £4,000 a week spa she stays at once a year to keep herself looking young.
The 47-year-old is a regular visitor to the exclusive Villa Stephanie spa in Baden-Baden, Germany, where she gets her annual health check-ups.
Her list of treatments include bespoke daily IV drips, vitamin infusions and even MRI scans to ensure she is on tip top form.
But an insider claims the fashion designer’s secret to looking so good is the regenerative stem cell treatments she receives while she is there.
“They can basically turn back the clock,” the source told Heat magazine.
“A facial is great, but there is nothing it can really do long term. These treatments are next level… it’s the secret to Vic not having to wear make-up and keeping herself in the best condition.”
Victoria also enjoyed detoxes and amazing hikes while she was there
The week-long stay is all part of her annual health check
The insider said the treatments Victoria receives are so tailor-made they are not even listed in the spa’s brochure.
To get the exclusive procedures, the former Spice Girl must call ahead and be verified, it is claimed.
Although the spa costs £4,000 a week to regular clients, it is thought multi-millionaire Victoria pays much more than that for her bespoke therapies.
Victoria posed with Dr Harry Koenig who creates her bespoke treatments
Victoria had daily IV drips and vitamin infusions
Last week, Victoria shared snaps of her most recent visit to the Villa Stephanie spa with her 29 million Instagram followers.
While in the past she is believed to have visited with husband David, it looked like she had checked in alone this time.
Posing with the spa’s Dr Harry Koenig, Victoria wrote: “Back from a week of wellness at the amazing @villastephaniebadenbaden@brennersparkhotel! Thank you so much @drharrykoenig.”
And it seems whatever treatments she is having are obviously working, as the designer’s skin looked glowing.
It costs £4,000 a week to stay at Villa Stephanie in Germany
Villa Stephanie – described as an entire house dedicated to the world of spa – stretches over five floors.
As well as the high end treatments on offer, it includes a 500-square-metre sauna, indoor swimming pool, plunge pool, private gym and ladies sauna.
All the treatment rooms overlook the gardens and glorious surroundings, it says on the spa’s website.
During her week long stay, Victoria said she took the opportunity to “detox, have infusions and go for lots of amazing hikes”.
She also shared pictures of her super healthy meals, which included egg-white omelette with avocado and salmon and vegetables.
Some of the super healthy meals Victoria ate while she was there
Another of Victoria's bizarre oxygen treatments
Victoria – who recently launched her own skincare range, Victoria Beckham Beauty – is known for always looking good.
But the mum-of-four says that despite the lengths she goes to stay healthy, she doesn’t want to look younger, just “good for my age”.
She told This Morning: “I want to look like the best version of myself. I want to look after what I have.”
“I like how getting older feels. I’m OK with it because it is what it is. Everybody is going to get older,” she added.
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