Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop is selling an £11 paper spray for people who despise cheap toilet roll – The Sun

GWYNETH Paltrow is flogging an £11 bottle of scented spray for those who turn their noses up at cheap toilet paper.

The Hollywood A-lister is selling the handbag-sized spritz via her website, Goop, in a bid to improve the scent of bog standard loo roll.

Better still, shoppers can get their money's worth, with the spray – which is available in peach, pineapple and coconut scents – also doubling up as an air freshener.

"Spruce transforms regular toilet paper into a more cleansing, moisturising wet wipe," the website reads.

“A single bottle is good for up to 200 wipes—which means significantly less waste than single-use wipes.

“How it works: Just spray your toilet paper before using. And then spray a little in the air.

  • Spruce Paper Spray, £11, Goop – buy now

“Because Spruce smells great – it doubles as an air freshener. (To change it up, get all the Spruce’s scents.)”

But the bonkers collection doesn't stop there – in fact, there's also a £49 bottle of "Altitude Oil" for those who don't like the atmosphere on planes.

"What makes Altitude Oil a luxurious travel swear-by: the scent of herby lavender, earthy pine and patchouli, and refreshing peppermint and lemon myrtle," the description reads.

"Best used dabbed just under the nose, this custom blend from acupuncturist and aromatherapist Annee de Mamiel’s seems to inspire energy and clear-headedness, despite all the exhaustions that come with a long trip.

"Which means we have a better chance of hitting the ground running when the plane touches down."

  • Altitude Oil, £49, Goop – buy now

Gwyneth's site, Goop is known for releasing some pretty bizarre products.

Earlier this year, she started selling a £160 perfume called "Florgasm" which promised to “detox” people’s love lives.

Other provocative products include a £35 vibrator called The Fireman, made with “cryogenically polished silicone”, and a £20 water-based lubricant that can be used with latex condoms.

She was also selling a £120 dog teepee as well as a £77 subscription to camel milk.

In Septemeber 2018, the brand was ordered to refund customers over unproven vaginal egg benefits as well as pay £112,000 in penalties after making bogus claims about the product.

In other news, we told you how Gwyneth Paltrow was mocked by viewers after she awkwardly shuffled on stage to present an award at the Emmys.

We also showed you how Gwyneth stripped off naked to show off a yoga pose on top of a mountain.

And we told you how a pelvic health expert issues warning against vaginal steaming which can cause burns and explains how to prevent a prolapse

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