NASA calls out Goop for false advertising over 'healing stickers'


NASA called out Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop over false claims about its 'healing stickers.'

Goop posted to its website that their 'healing stickers' are "made with the same conductive carbon material NASA uses to line space suits so they can monitor an astronaut's vitals during wear."

The website claims that the stickers are:

"pre-programmed to an ideal frequency" and "promote healing" by tackling "imbalances." 

NASA responded in an interview with CNN that they do not use carbon material to line its suits, and that its current spacesuit has no carbon fibers in it at all.

Goop later said in a statement that its recommendations and advice do not constitute "formal endorsements." The website has since removed the NASA mention from its original post. 

The 'healing stickers' are $60 for a pack of 10. 


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