This is how Gwyneth Paltrow's controversial vagina candle emerged

This is how Gwyneth Paltrow's controversial vagina candle emerged

This is how Gwyneth Paltrow's controversial vagina candle emerged

"We're at a place with a lot of media, where certain models of media aren't working, so people have realized that if they attach what they say to Goop or me, they'll get a lot of clickbait", she said."And it's just a monetization strategy at this point, basically". Even Paltrow giggled as she tried to explain how the vagina-scented candle came about. The striking candle, whose price is $ 75, quickly sold out and has generated more than a small criticism along the way.

"Twitter has been bombarded with jokes, outraged remarks, and labia-themed memes a week when Gwyneth Paltrow's contentious health business, Goop, introduced a $75 vagina-scented candle called" This Smells Like My Vagina". Paltrow is staying above the fray, saying that she sees herself as just one way for women to get talking about things that were previously taboo, like sexuality and sexual health.

"Well, it's a candle".

Since then, Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock has joked that he wants to sell a candle that "smells like his balls", while a company claims to have created a This Smells Like My Penis scent. "It started as a joke, I was like, 'This smells like my vagina.' And I was kidding, obviously, and we were on mushrooms, and - no, we weren't on mushrooms, we weren't". The clip shows the crew in a controlled environment with someone leading their "trip". The show features an episode where Paltrow's team takes psychedelic mushrooms in Jamaica.

Then, she dropped the ultimate quote: "But then it actually became kind of a amusing thing, where it was really amusing to us but also a little bit punk rock". By thinking in those terms, the candle is breaking the system. Nevertheless, it can be said either way that Gwyneth Paltrow did an excellent job at marketing her latest Goop product.

Right here's how the candle is described by the Goop web site...

The star added that the candle's name was "funny to us" and was a "little bit punk rock".

Goop's scented candle ran out nearly as soon as it was put up for sale and is now on hold.

If the controversy exclusively makes Gwyneth Paltrow wealthier on account of curiosity seekers calling up the Goop web site, a minimum of the general public nonetheless has some energy. The truth is, Martha Stewart appears to not just like the product in any respect.

Well now it seems as though fans and consumers have answers thanks to Paltrow's latest late-night admission.

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