Gwyneth Paltrow is buzzing about this naughty new necklace.
After hitting headlines for selling vagina-scented candles and jade “yoni eggs,” the actress-cum-entrepreneur is advertising another eyebrow-raising product on her Goop website.
Paltrow, 50, is stocking the $149 Vesper Vibrator Necklace — a piece of jewelry that doubles as a sex toy.
The pervy product, made by the brand Crave, is described as a “pretty bullet-shaped pendant” that’s perfect for “the transition from night out to night in.”
Made of stainless steel and finished in 24-karat gold, the pendant is 3.8 inches long and 0.5 inches wide.
Goop’s lusty listing for the 2-in-1 product claims that the vibrator “has four speeds and two modes (pulsing and constant)” and is “known for being quiet.”
Conveniently, the necklace/vibrator can be plugged into any USB port and a full charge lasts around 40 minutes.
“The Vesper looks great layered with other necklaces and with whatever you’re wearing. Or not wearing,”
the dirty description reads.
The vibrating Vesper is waterproof, but buyers won’t be able to get their money back if they’re left unsatisfied
A warning on the Goop website reads: “THIS PRODUCT IS NOT RETURNABLE.”
While the necklace is set to raise eyebrows, it’s far from the only sexy product available on Goop.
The website has its own special section known as “The Pleasure Shop” which stocks a variety of erotic items.
Products include a leather lead, a crystal whip and “fur oil” for freshening up pubic hair.
Some of Paltrow’s naughtier items have sparked safety concerns, however.
Back in 2021, one of the actress’s infamous “This Smells Like My Vagina” candles exploded into flames in a British woman’s living room.
Meanwhile, back in 2018, Goop agreed to pay $145,000 in civil penalties after the company’s claims about the wellness benefits of their vaginal eggs were deemed to be scientifically “unsubstantiated.”