Stickers costing $ 120 were advertised as created by NASA technologies, but the space agency stated that they do not have such technologies.
The site of American actress Gwyneth Paltrow, selling goods for a healthy lifestyle, was selling stickers called Body Vibes for $ 120. Stickers, according to the advertisement, were allegedly made from the same material as NASA astronaut spacesuits. The site said that if you wear these stickers on yourself for at least a month and drink plenty of water, then you can get rid of illnesses, stress and normalize sleep.
Gizmodo journalists paid attention to the strange goods by calling an aerospace agency. They replied that no “carbon materials”, of which there were supposedly made labels for energy circulation, are not used to create spacesuits. Then the journalists asked representatives of Body Vibes to provide them with any scientific research, which confirms that the stickers sold have a positive effect on health.
Representatives of the firm, after learning about the answer from NASA, apologized for the incorrect description of the products, saying that they were misled by the suppliers. They promised to remove the stickers from the sale. However, they are still on sale on the website , only now it’s twice cheaper for $ 60. NASA in the description of the goods is no longer mentioned. Although the impact on the “energy resonance” remains.
Gwyneth Paltrow is known in the US as a propagandist of a healthy lifestyle. She writes books about HLS and agitates for “energy practices”, such as walking barefoot. True, the actress once confessed that she does not believe in some of the things mentioned on her website.