NEW PHOTO: Poor Posh -- Grease Is The Word

Jun. 5 2009, Published 1:42 p.m. ET

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She always look’s flawless in designer outfits with impeccable make-up – but even Victoria Beckham a.ka. Posh Spice can suffer an acne outbreak.

The former Spice Girl was photographed in Beverly Hills Wednesday suffering from the facial outbreak – although she did try and distract the paparazzi by wearing some skimpy denim shorts.

The mom-of three has been troubled by outbreaks since she was a teenager and has splashed-out thousands of dollars on pricey treatments over the years.

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And in true celebrity style, Posh has tried some bizarre potions including $100 Geisha Facials which use paste made from nightingale droppings.

A source told Closer Magazine: “When Victoria was in Japan recently she admired the local women’s skin and discovered it was down to these facials.

She was intrigued and when she got back she found that some New York beauty salons now offer the treatment. She tried it and loved how good her skin looked – she also uses a cream that is derived from nightingale poo at home.”

But unfortunately, it would appear that these strange treatments have not been enough to prevent the dreaded breakouts.

Maybe poor Posh is just stressed-out from not being with her hunky soccer star husband David Beckham?

The good news for Victoria and his army of female fans is that Beck’s is about to return Stateside after a six-month stint with Italian giants AC Milan.

He will rejoin the LA Galaxy on July 11 with his first match scheduled for five days later, hopefully, Posh’s outbreak will have cleared-up by then. (Photo: X17Online)


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