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Goop: Not Real Science or Medical Advice

Goop: Not Real Science or Medical Advice

Entertainment2 min Read

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop brand is selling something you don’t wanna buy — so here are some tattoos of goopy crystals you DO wanna buy.

When Gwyneth Paltrow announced in 2009 that she was starting a lifestyle brand, it actually didn’t even register with us. We’re not huge fans of celebrity side projects, we don’t pay a ton of attention to the things an actress or a singer or a reality television star does outside of the big thing that made them famous. We tittered when we learned the name of the brand was Goop, an onomatopoeia that sounds like something out of a Ren & Stimpy cartoon. Then, frankly, we forgot the brand even existed, with a few key exceptions, like when Goop’s 2016 summit was scathingly written about in the NY Post, or when Goop recently announced that jade vaginal eggs were a key to vaginal health.

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