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Are You More or Less Likely to Use a Beauty Product If There's a Religious Theme?

A few weeks ago on Glee in an episode titled "Grilled Cheesus," Finn has a spiritual awakening after discovering an image of Jesus's face in his grilled cheese sandwich. (I still can't get over the fact that he actually ate the sandwich after a week.) This episode got me thinking about the many beauty products available with religious undertones. For instance: Looking Good For Jesus lip balm ($7), Demeter's Holy Water ($6 to $40), Looking Good For Jesus bubble bath ($12), and the Buddha toothbrush holder. While some people consider these items sacrilegious, others may find an element of charm to them. How do you feel about these types of goods?

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lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
I am definitely less likely; I'm Catholic and, while I don't find it offensive, I do find it cheesy and stupid. I also think it's really disrespectful to mock others faith. By the way, kohina, while I support your right to express your opinion; I find the fact that you "find Jesus ridiculous" ridiculous...
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 6 years
Not appealing - agreed.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 6 years
It does not appeal to me one bit.
juicebox07 juicebox07 6 years
I agree with you, kohina.
kohina kohina 6 years
I think they're ridiculous but that's just because I'm agnostic. I think anything involving Jesus is ridiculous whether it's church or lip balm.
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