NASA Calls Shenanigans on Gwyneth Paltrow’s Healing Stickers
Well, not Gwyneth Paltrow per se, but definitely her lifestyle brand, Goop.
These wearable stickers, which sell in a package of 10 and costs around $60, are stated to rebalance the energy frequencies in your body.
Recently, Goop promoted the stickers which were sold by a group called Body Vibes and they claimed that the stickers were made with the carbon conductive material that NASA employs in astronauts’ space suits in order to monitor their vital signals.
That’s when NASA stepped in. They told CNNMoney that their suits aren’t lined with carbon material, in fact, their current spacesuits have no carbon fibers at all. Gizmodo first broke the news about Goop’s bogus NASA claims and if you’ll see on the post here, there’s no longer any mention about NASA.
Body Vibes apologized for presenting the misinformation and apparently an engineer got some bad tips from a distributor. As for the effectiveness and quality of their stickers? They’re still behind it 100%.
What do you think? Is it worth a try?