We’ve been on an organizing bender lately, so we called up pro organizers to the stars (yes, they’ve done Gwyneth Paltrow’s pantry!) and Target’s new home organizing experts: The Home Edit. Clea and Joanna explain how people are sabotaging...Show More Summary
It is easy to mock the ridiculous and potentially harmful health advice and product lines promoted by Gwyneth Paltrow and her team at Goop. Sleeping near healing crystals, lugging around jade eggs in the vagina, swilling moon juice, undergoing raw goat milk cleanses, dabbing on sex dust, and snapping photos of your aura are just some of the […]
There was an interesting piece published in the Style section of the New York Times this weekend; I was tipped to it by Bryan Vartabedian. If you’re a health care geek, that section may not be on your “must read” list (I know it isn’t; will explain below), so let me bring you up to […]
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Gwyneth Paltrow is absolutely the queen of classic, elevated looks. While for her, that generally means pricey wardrobe staples in neutral colorways - some of which she sells on Goop - Gwyneth can also be practical. The actress and entrepreneur...Show More Summary
Carpool Karaoke is about to be packed with more celebrities than ever! In a new teaser for the upcoming show, celebs including Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba and Will Smith all take the driver’s seat for some hilarious jam sessions. The Late Late Show spin-off is also set to feature Miley and Noah Cyrus, Ariana Grande, [...]
When Halle Berry is the first celeb to wear your line, you're doing something right. Mackage's Elisa Dahan and Eran Elfassy are an inspiring pair who, since launching their first...
Dancer Misty Copeland just got a membership to one the most elite beauty clubs in the business: the Estée Lauder spokemodel squad. She joins the ranks of Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Gwyneth Paltrow, and more famous faces who have all...Show More Summary
Gwyneth Paltrow's website Goop is notorious for selling overpriced, ineffective remedies for all your healthcare needs, but they recently posted a letter saying they had the support of doctors.One of those doctors, Aviva Romm, is now going on the record to say she never gave a blanket endorsement of Goop at all.
Dr. Jen Gunter was already skeptical of “snake oil” products meant to improve women’s sex lives. Now she is a detractor of the movie star’s website.
In a world dominated by celebrity fad diets that range from absurd, like Reese Witherspoon's alleged "baby-food diet," to absurdly unaffordable, such as the $200 "moon dust"-infused smoothie that Gwyneth Paltrow drinks, many people don't...Show More Summary
Contrary to what many of us might think, lots of healthy and in-shape celebrities with enviable figures not only eat, but swear by ingredients that aren’t necessarily associated with weight loss. Gwyneth Paltrow is one celeb who has always led a healthy lifestyle and who isn’t afraid of trying out new trends for the sake of beauty and well-being. Show More Summary
CERTAINLY NOT WITH INSTAPUNDIT READERS: Is Gwyneth Paltrow’s pseudoscience winning?
Gwyneth Paltrow poses for a photo with her mom Blythe Danner at the goop MARKT Summer Soiree on Thursday (July 20) in Amangansett, N.Y. The event was held in the garden at goop MRKT, the lifestyle brand’s beloved shoppable pop-up installation that has taken residence in the Hamptons for the summer. It was held in [...]
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We don't even know where to be-gwyn.
I know, I know. But I do.
The ubiquity of quackery and pseudoscience of the sort epitomized by Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop empire can be depressing if you're a skeptic. Sometimes it feels as though it's not worth refuting the nonsense she peddles. But it is. Just maybe not in the way you think.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Martha Stewart, Taraji P. Henson, and more on indulgences they can’t turn down.