Gwyneth Paltrow is meddling in witchcraft nowadays.
The Oscar winner has now runs a business, “Goop”, where she peddles lifestyle “wellness” and “beauty” products.
But her newest Goop product claimed that her “body stickers” contained “NASA space suit material” – to which NASA quickly responded to that ridiculousness.
Paltrow recently dared any criticism of her products and actually told The Hollywood Reporter,
“I’m interested in criticism based on fact, not projections. In other words, if you want to ^!#$ with me, bring you’re a game.”
But it wasn’t long before a doctor, Dr. Jen Gunter, mopped the floor with her wellness products.
Dr. Gunter responded to Paltrow’s ridiculous claims:
“You are under the mind control of charlatans, or you are willfully spreading misinformation. What do you possibly have to gain by spreading lies to women about bras causing breast cancer?
Ever had a breast cancer survivor cry in your office worried that she caused her cancer by wearing bras for 20 years?”
Gunter graduated medical school at the age of 23.
In a crusade against the wellness-ignorance perpetuated by Paltrow, Dr. Gunter slammed the $70 jade vagina eggs Paltrow sells, saying the “liberal use of the word toxin” and argument that tampons are “vaginal death sticks” had been met with actual medical knowledge.
“You have the gall to tell people like me that we better bring our A game when you bring ghosts and magic to the table.”
Dr. Gunter destroyed her pseudo-science, but then Paltrow one-upped her on other products by claiming they had NASA material.
“Actress Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand Goop is under fire for misrepresenting the materials contained in one of its products.
The wellness website is selling $120 ‘Body Vibes’ stickers said to be made from ‘NASA spacesuit material’ and meant to ‘rebalance energy frequency in our bodies.’
‘Human bodies operate at an ideal energetic frequency, but everyday stresses and anxiety can throw off our internal balance, depleting our energy reserves and weakening our immune systems,’ Paltrow’s website said in a blog post praising the stickers.
“Body Vibes stickers come pre-programmed to an ideal frequency, allowing them to target imbalances.”
However, the stickers are ‘BS,’ according Mark Shelhamer, former chief scientist at NASA’s human research division.
‘Wow. What a load of BS this is,’ Shelhamer told tech website Gizmodo.
Shelhamer shutdown the claim that Goop’s stickers contain carbon material from NASA spacesuits.
‘Not only is the whole premise like snake oil, the logic doesn’t even hold up,’ Shelhamer said.
‘If they promote healing, why do they leave marks on the skin when they are removed?’
A spokesperson for NASA told People magazine they ‘do not line their spacesuits with conductive carbon material.’
Goop has since removed any mention of the stickers containing the NASA material from its website.
The company also issued a statment to People.
‘As we have always explained, advice and recommendations included on goop are not formal endorsements and the opinions expressed by the experts and companies we profile do not necessarily represent the views of goop,’ Goop said.
‘Based on the statement from NASA, we’ve gone back to the company to inquire about the claim and removed the claim from our site until we get additional verification.’
Body Vibes issued a statement apologizing to NASA for mischaracterizing their product.
‘We apologize to NASA, Goop, our customers and our fans for this communication error. We never intended to mislead anyone.
We have learned that our engineer was misinformed by a distributor about the material in question, which was purchased for its unique specifications,’ the statement read.
‘We regret not doing our due diligence before including the distributor’s information in the story of our product. However, the origins of the material do not anyway impact the efficacy of our product.
Body Vibes remains committed to offering a holistic lifestyle tool and we stand by the quality and effectiveness of our product.’
Paltrow has faced fire in the past for sharing cookbooks that include incomplete cooking instructions that could lead to increased risk of food poisoning.”
Paltrow is a perfect example of uneducated liberals who think they know more about what other people need. The arrogance of being a Hollywood elite is unprecedented.