Gwyneth Paltrow admits bathing in virgin blood is “beyond most women's financial reach"
LOS ANGELES -- Oscar-winning actress and GOOP editor Gwyneth Paltrow admitted on Friday that bathing in virgin blood is "beyond most women's means," in an interview with French Elle.
In last month's GOOP, Paltrow controversially named virgin's blood as the "best anti-aging regime available today," despite one bath costing $172,000, a pricetag Jezebel writer Bobby Finger criticized as "prohibitive."
The baths are only available in Sudan and northern Romania.
Paltrow took her interview with French Elle to demonstrate that she's self-aware after all.
"Maybe I am out of touch," Paltrow confessed. "But look: I am bringing the general pubilc information from the front lines in the war against mortality. Be it bee stings or snake venom, I'm not afraid of doing whatever it takes to prevent myself from aging like a middle-class person."