Founder of lifestyle brand Goop, supposed health guru, and lover of jade eggs, Gwyneth Paltrow is currently being roasted by the internet and NASA for selling healing stickers that were made out of "the same conductive carbon material NASA uses to line space suits," CNN reported. NASA denied any use of these materials.
While Goop corrected its oops, and technically isn't the manufacturer of the stickers, the makers, Body Vibes, have yet to comment.
Still, the news makes you scratch your head about the legitimacy of the products Paltrow chooses to sell on Goop. That got us thinking. So, below are eight ridiculous things you can get on Goop.
Few people are in the market for a $4,000 sauna while casually browsing for skincare, right? The sauna promises to burn fat and detox you but without exposure to electromagnetic fields or extremely low electric fields. Phew, we were really worried about those fields.
For $30, you can get an aromatherapy mist that promises to calm down any child who's bouncing off the wall, or as Goop puts it, "spray into the air around your wild child's aura to restore peace to the environment." Sure, when someone unexpectedly sprays something in my face, I instantly chill out.
3. Sex Dust
With medicinal herbs like "he shou wu" and good ol' Stevia, this edible powder should be mixed with a liquid and consumed to "ignite and excite sexy energy in and out of the bedroom." Intrigued?
Composting your waste is definitely good for the environment, but we're not sure you want to keep it on your countertop ... and in a $175 bin, no less!
For $55, you'll receive this rose quartz egg that's associated with your heart chakra and is inserted into a woman's vagina — a practice that Paltrow is a fan of, but gynecologists are not.
Can we just acknowledge that this shower cap is $43? Why is it so special?
For nut milk addicts with $140 to spare?
Only on Goop, am I right?