“( That ended up being ideal as a candle– we did a trial run at an In goop Health, and it sold out within hours.)”.
The actress and brand founder discussed which supplements and vitamins she takes, as well as pointing out a “neck-hanging gadget” to assist with muscle stress and a ₤ 832 gems heat therapy mat.
Thompson had won the candle in an online quiz, and lit the candle in her living space before reporting the occurrence.
Judy Thompson, a north London local, told The Sun that the candle light “took off” into an “inferno”.
In 2015 in lockdown, Gwyneth Paltrow shared her non-traditional “wellness routine” online.
A vagina-scented candle light offered by Gwyneth Paltrows wellness brand name Goop apparently break into flames in a females living space.
” It was scary at the time, but amusing looking back that Gwyneths vagina candle light blew up in my living space,” she said.
The Goop website describes the candle, formally entitled “This Smells Like My Vagina” as follows: “This candle started as a joke in between perfumer Douglas Little and GP– the two were dealing with a scent, and she blurted out, Uhhh. this smells like a vaginal area– but evolved into an amusing, beautiful, sexy, and wonderfully unforeseen aroma.
” Ive never ever seen anything like it. The entire thing was ablaze and it was too hot to touch.”
” The candle light exploded and gave off big flames, with bits flying all over,” Thomson informed the publication.