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They can also supposedly enhance alertness and help with stress management.
"We wanted to strip away a lot of the concepts around wellness that tend to involve guilt."
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Soak them all up.
Plus, Goop teamed up with Universal Standard on a size-inclusive capsule.
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It's a highly Instagrammable, wellness-filled oasis.
The first edition features the Goop goddess herself, talking energy, earthing, cleansing and bee venom.
Green juices, you've been dethroned.
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Danielle DuBoise and Whitney Tingle's brand has found fans in Gwyneth Paltrow, Lily Aldridge, Amber Valletta and Lena Dunham.
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