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goop

[güp]
(materials)
A compound in paste form containing finely divided magnesium, used as a constituent of certain incendiary bomb fillings.
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This is not the first time that Goop has promoted products with potentially harmful side effects.
Goop, which Paltrow started as a newsletter in 2008 and turned into a global brand, now had a sanctum: the artfully arranged flowers, the whimsical decor, the wares which promised to stop ageing and banish bad vibes.
goop-In@Nordstrom features a mix of wellness-focused products curated by the goop team, spanning across apparel, accessories, beauty and home.
I'm convinced the whole featuring of a $15,000 gold-plated sex toy on Goop was a headlinegrabbing ploy and it was a very good one at that.
Our marketing machine at Goop is pretty non-existent.
Gwyneth Paltrow is stepping away from her Goop website
NEW YORK -- Gwyneth Paltrow took to Goop and the lifestyle site's regular weekly email Friday to offer thanks to supporters standing by her and her ''consciously uncoupled'' husband, Chris Martin, in their freshly announced separation.
It likely has something to do with Gwyneth's lifestyle franchise Goop.
But it's her cookbooks and unintentionally hilarious online lifestyle blog Goop that have generated more internet hits than her acting career in recent years and made her die celebrity everybody loves to mock.
I don't recommend Goop for leaks in pipes where the water is under pressure, such as your water supply pipes.
Cheesish goop wouldn't be cheesish goop without them.
This Goop is called Verivane because she spends so much time in front of the mirror).