When Victoria Beckham turned up to watch son Cruz play football this week, the pop star turned designer once again showed that despite being a mother of four, she can still look glamorous.

It is the second outing in recent days, where Victoria has not only showcased high fashion, but also her tiny figure. She was spotted in a floor length, black dress at another of her sons’ football games earlier in the week along with one year Harper, the youngest of the Beckham brood.

In typical Hollywood fashion Victoria bounced back following the birth of Harper a year ago. She was spotted just months after the birth with the newborn perched on her tiny waist, but it seems she may have had a little help to get her pre-pregnancy body back so quickly.

According to reports the former Spice Girl decided to have laser treatment on her ‘saggy’ post-pregnancy stomach. Apparently she wanted to have a procedure done to tone up her tummy, which she felt was out of shape since giving birth to daughter Harper Seven in July. A source said that close friend and Harper’s godmother, Eva Longoria told her about laser skin-tightening treatment. The treatment is said to be popular amongst Hollywood A-Listers, who these days seem to be bouncing back to their pre-pregnancy bodies even quicker than before.

So how does it work?

The Titan laser works by the laser’s light reacting with the water that lies deep within the layers of the skin (dermis). The energy released between the light and the water causes the water within the dermis to heat up. The skin’s temperature is elevated to a point that is favourable for collagen contraction. This light generated heat causes immediate collagen contraction deep within the structure of the skin.

During the procedure, the skin’s outermost surface (epidermis) is protected through continuous cooling from the Titan hand piece. The results of the procedure are cumulative, meaning over time, new collagen growth results in further tightening and the development of a smoother skin texture with fewer lines, folds and looseness of the skin.