Is Victoria Beckham Planning To Sell Sex Toys In The US?

VB apparently wants to make it big with a lifestyle brand across the pond - just like Goop.

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by Bonnie McLaren |
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It seems like everyone wants to have Gwyneth Paltrow{ =nofollow}’s winning formula when it comes to starting a lifestyle brand. Recently, it was reported that Gemma Collins wanted to create her own Goop-esque empire as she trademarked her name. And now, it’s being reported that Victoria Beckham wants to kick start her own lifestyle brand in the States, with The Daily Star Online reporting that she might even branch into selling her own sex toys, just like Gwyneth.

'She may seem unsmiling and prudish, but Victoria reckons she has a cheeky sense of humour, and will not be shying away from trying to snag a share of the sex trade like Gwyneth has done,' a source toldthe website. 'Sex toys will be a no-brainer for Victoria, who wants to make a fortune from the new brand.' (However, the Daily Mail are claiming that another source, also close to Victoria, has denied that Posh wants to sell sex toys. Grazia has contacted VB's representatives for comment.)

According to The Sun{ =nofollow}, Victoria - who already has her own fashion and beauty lines - has been granted official permission to sell wellbeing products in America. The fashion designer has apparently trademarked 'Victoria Beckham’ and ‘VB’ so she can sell the likes of candles, creams and other things. ‘The Beckhams are huge in the States,’ an insider told the publication. ‘Victoria’s products are likely to be lapped up and provide her with a lucrative leap into the international market.’

It's clear to see why other celebrities want to follow Gwyneth though, Goop might have started as a newsletter in 2008 when Gwyneth was living with former husband Chris Martin in London, but it rapidly evolved into a massive business worth a whopping £191 million, known for selling wild products such as healing jade eggs and a 24-karat gold plate vibrator costing £12,000.

And after the recent success of herThis Smells Like My Vagina{ =nofollow}candle, the actress launched another unique candle... This Smells Like My Orgasm.

The big question is: what does it actually smell like? The ‘fitting follow-up to that candle’ is described on site as a ‘blend made with tart grapefruit, neroli, and ripe cassis berries blended with gunpowder tea and Turkish rose absolutes for a scent that's sexy, surprising, and wildly addictive’.

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10 Best Buys On Goop

Best Beauty Buys Goop1 of 10

Goop This Smells Like My Orgasm Candle, £75

After the success of 'This Smells Like My Vagina Candle', Gwynnie went on to launch another candle and this time it smells like her orgasm with tart grapefruit, neroli, and ripe cassis berries. Described as 'sexy, surprising, and wildly addictive'.

Best Beauty Buys Goop2 of 10

GOOPGENES All-in-One Super Nutrient Face Oil, £86

Not a fan of facial oils? You haven't tried GoopGenes face oil. Packed with 9 potent oils (including bakuchiol, vitamin C superfood and organic amla), the luxurious formula smooths skin, bolsters glow and locks in hydration. Triple tick!

Best Beauty Buys Goop3 of 10

G.Tox Himalayan Salt Scalp Scrub Shampoo, £38

This bad boy is designed to be used as a shampoo, no repeat necessary, and followed up with conditioner. The Himalayan salts dissolve as you use it, so it nourishes your scalp (with cold pressed moringa oil too) while it whips away product residue to promote better growth. What a corker.

Best Beauty Buys Goop4 of 10

Jillian Dempsey Gold Sculpting Bar, £179

This truly is a luxury buy, it's plated in 24 carat gold! A-list facialist Jilian Dempsey famously uses this on her clients pre-red carpet, Gwyneth herself popped it on her Instagram stories while using it to get ready for the Golden Globes this year. The tool vibrates to boost its massaging effect, and aids lymphatic drainage as it goes, to reduce puffiness.

Best Beauty Buys Goop5 of 10

Mobot Black Foam Roller Water Bottle Big Bertha 40oz, £55

It's a water bottle (a pretty banging looking one at that) AND a foam roller! We're a tiny bit obsessed. You can stay hydrated and ease out those areas of muscle tension with a single buy. Mind. Blown.

Best Beauty Buys Goop6 of 10

Fur Stubble Cream, £35

No, it might not be the most glamorous thing in the world to consider buying, but we'd say a cream that instantly soothes skin and helps to ward off ingrowing hairs, razor burns and waxing rashes is worthy of a fair bit of respect.

Best Beauty Buys Goop7 of 10

Nécessaire The Sex Gel, £19

Have you ever seen a more chic looking bottle of lube? We think not. This water-based gel made with organic aloe vera is less about the 'teenage boy with a sock' look, and pertains more to the sexy Parisian vibe. We're here for it.

Best Beauty Buys Goop8 of 10

Smile Makers The Tennis Coach Vibrator, £39.95

Yes, Goop sells vibrators. Check this one out. It's part of a range comprised of equally modern and discreet designs of different shapes, and the names are inspired. Here we have 'The Tennis Coach' and the range also includes 'The Millionaire', 'The Frenchman' and 'The Fireman'. Which one are you drawn to...?

Best Beauty Buys Goop9 of 10

Megababe Thigh Rescue, £13

Made with aloe vera and pomegranate seed extract, this soothing balm helps to alleviate irritation caused by chafing, making it perfect for those plagued by inner thigh chafing, or anyone who's a regular runner, biker, you name it. Bravo Goop, an inspired addition.

Best Beauty Buys Goop10 of 10

Sun Potion Mucuna Pruriens, £43

Dubbed on its packaging the 'Dopamine Bean', this supplement is linked to many different types of ancient medicine, one of which is Ayurveda. Some of its effects are linked to mood. It's believed to help improve motivation and boost energy. We'll take some of that please.

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