Gwyneth Paltrow's $120 stickers get smacked down by NASA brain


Self proclaimed lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow and her website Goop have raised eyebrows yet again by promoting a product which claims to contain material also used by NASA.

This is where the Body Vibes stickers, Goop says, claiming that these stickers are made from the same conductive carbon material NASA uses to line space suits and come pre-programmed to an ideal frequency, allowing the stickers to rectify the imbalances in our bodies thereby offering healing. And Mark Shelhamer, Sc.D., former chief scientist at NASA's human research division, told Gizmodo that even if the suits were lined with this material, it would be to add a layer of strength - not to monitor or control the astronauts' vital signs.

However, a new product Goop editors have recommended, Body Vibes Stickers, has come under fire by several organisations, including NASA. But on closer inspection, they seem to be photoshopping these space stickers onto stock pictures and social media influencers. Goop subsequently pulled the spacesuit claim, though not the piece promoting the stickers.

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Naturally, the product at hand is a pack of energy balancing stickers called "Body Vibes", specifically a 24-pack of stickers that retails for $120.

In fact, their spacesuits are made out of synthetic materials and spandex, they explained to Gizmodo. Furthermore, "the whole premise [is] like snake oil, the logic doesn't even hold up", Shelhamer said.

Shelhamer likened the product to snake oil - an actual thing that was eventually transformed into a sham medicine claiming to relieve inflammation on sore and exhausted muscles - adding that the logic behind the stickers doesn't seem to add up.

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In a biting report, Gizmodo interviewed not only the people at Goop and Body Vibes, but also, you know, actual scientists, to learn if the stickers are legit. "We constantly strive to improve our site for our readers, and are continuing to improve our processes for evaluating the products and companies featured", the company said.

Based on the opinion of NASA, we have gone back to the company to ask about påstånden about the stickers and we have thus removed the claim from our site until we have received further confirmation.

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