Perfume made from the DNA of celebrities has gone on sale.
The Sun reports that My DNA Fragrance claims to make the scents out of DNA taken from the stars' hair.
The company has joined forces with John Reznikoff, who has the world's largest collection of celebrity hair.
Fragrances have already been concocted using the DNA of stars including Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and Napoleon Bonaparte.
The firm's chairman Carlton Enoch said: "We use the genetic code to formulate the fragrance. If you are putting on MJ's perfume, it's a unique fragrance to him. The biggest seller is Elvis, but MJ is selling very well too."
Enoch added that the scents are "strong", contain no alcohol, and use aloe vera so that the smell lasts all day and is good for the skin.
He continued: "We had the actor Samuel L. Jackson call up to get his own perfume made - it's so unique and special that he wanted it."
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