Gwyneth Paltrow has many different products available through her wellness company, Goop, including one candle with the title, “This Smells Like My Vagina.” Page Six has learned that Paltrow has the aforementioned product on her Goop website for sale, listed at $75 per candle.
Thankfully, the product description dives into how the title for the candle came about. As it turns out, it started as a joke between her and her perfumer, Douglas Little. The pair of entrepreneurs were working together one evening when Paltrow suddenly said, “uh, this smells like a vagina.”
The description goes on to say that with some work, the candle evolved into a very special product with a unique scent. The candle utilizes the aromas of Damask rose, ambrette seed, cedar absolutes, citrusy bergamot, and geranium.
Interestingly, the candle is currently sold out, but would-be buyers can sign up to the waitlist. Gwyneth Paltrow has fostered a very successful career for herself as an actress, however, her health and wellness company has come under fire for a number of reasons, including unverified claims and non-FDA approved products.
In other news, Paltrow recently released a YouTube video in which she addressed her notorious 1997 Harper’s Bazaar cover around the same time as her split from Brad Pitt in the late 1990s. Gwyneth revealed that the breakup was so hard on her that she lost weight as a consequence of no longer eating.
After her split with Pitt, she had kids with the frontman of Coldplay, Chris Martin, whom she subsequently split with, and then married Brad Falchuk. Earlier this year, Paltrow explained that she moved into Brad’s home despite the advice not to from some of her other married friends.
Paltrow claims many of her married friends told her the best way to keep a marriage in-tact was to live in a separate house. Gwyneth stated that when you don’t live with the man you’re in a relationship with, there’s a sense of mystery still, however, that evaporates once you’re living together. Gwyneth admitted she and Brad weren’t sleeping together as much as a result.