The House 99 Skincare Guide

The House 99 Skincare Guide

From must-have tattoo moisturiser to the cleanser that delivers, these hero products from House 99 prove looking good shouldn’t be a chore. LISA PIDDINGTON rounds up the latest grooming range from David Beckham.

EYE OPENER: Enriched with caffeine and mica, the Truly Brighter Eye Balm (£19) helps brighten and energise. Make sure to smooth from outside of your eye, back to the bridge of your nose to tackle those under-eye bags.

CLEAN SLATE Purefectly Clean Face Wash (£17) is a charcoal-enriched face gel with peppermint extract and is a sure-fire route to clearer looking skin. Apply when the face is still wet and rub for a minute, forehead down, to ward off bacteria.

A CLOSE SHAVE: Use Neat Cut Shaving Cream (£15) after you shower, when your face’s bristles have been softened by steam. Your skin’s follicles will be open – giving you a closer shave, with reduced risk of nicks.

THINK PERFECT INK: With more than 40 artistic creations, David Beckham knows a thing or two about tattooed skin. Spray Bold Statement Tattoo Body Moisturiser (£22) directly on to the target area and massage until absorbed. You’ll create a barrier between your skin and the elements, preventing fading or stretching.

THE MULTI-TASKER: Even the manliest of skin needs protection. Step forward Broad Defense Face Moisturiser SPF20 (£22) which hydrates and protects against pollution. Plus, a cheeky pinch can be great for taming any Sideshow Bob hair moments.

WELL GROOMED: Softer Touch Beard Oil (£22) is a lightweight and non-greasy oil that will not only keep your beard tamed and nourished, but is essential prep for the skin pre-shaving.

House 99 is available from Harvey Nichols Birmingham, The Mailbox and online at