Goop website is the main tool Gwyneth Paltrow uses to promote revolutionary health and wellness products and treatments. However, most of the entries take controversial dimensions the moment they are published. This was the case for the website’s latest health stickers. Branded under “Body Vibes” line, creators say that they were made with NASA materials. However, the space agency begs to differ.
Goop’s Health Stickers Promise a Life with Not Anxiety
Body Vibes are some expensive stickers. For a pack of 24 such products, people have to pay $120. However, what they promise is every modern person’s dream. The product description claims that by just applying these stickers on one’s skin, that person would escape her or his daily anxieties. The product uses some special NASA spacesuit material that can reprogram a person’s frequency to even up their internal balance.
The materials in question are made of conductive carbon. Their main mission within the space agency is to keep astronauts under close observation all the time. This happens by upgrading space suits with this composition. The material can monitor vitals throughout the entire time astronauts wear their spacesuits. However, the space agency has never claimed that this material can alter frequencies for anybody.
Goop Erased Mentions Regarding NASA
Therefore, NASA opposed the authenticity of this new product that promises a stress-free lifestyle. On top of that, the agency stated that there is no space suit at the moment that uses carbon fibers. Additionally, a former NASA employee commented more on these supposed health stickers.
Mark Shelhamer stated that the product description makes no logical statement to supports its claims. The scientist continued his objection by questioning how a product that is supposed to promote a healthy life can hold true to its special attributes since it leaves marks on the skin after removal.
Shortly after NASA commented on the controversial product, GOOP website erased any mentions to the space agency. On top of that, the description is now claiming that there is no official organization that agrees with the functionality of their health stickers.
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