The Beauty Closet

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What’s the secret to the world’s glowiest skin? Why use clean, nontoxic personal-care products? (And what’s the easiest way to make the shift?) Can lasers and injectables really make a person look better? What skin-care tips and hair ideas are worthwhile? What does it mean to look and feel pretty or sexy or even beautiful? And can we—should we—try to sustain that as we get older? When it comes to beauty, there are 70 billion questions. On The Beauty Closet, the newest podcast from goop, editors Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill are going to answer as many of them as they can. They’ll have help fr​om top makeup artists, dermatologists, cleanbeauty founders, researchers, plastic surgeons, hairstylists, and of course their boss, Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Dr. Few: A Plastic Surgeon on Going Little (Not Big)
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Can a thread lift really replace a face-lift? Are there little tweaks that can refresh your appearance without looking overdone? How and why do different skin tones age differently? What is it we’re registering when someone looks “off”—and what has that come to signify in our culture? We had endless questions for world-famous plastic surgeon Julius Few, and he blew us away with his knowledge, candor, and truly surprising ideas and techniques. In this episode, he talks about the fourth dimension (in terms of beauty), how he stacks less-invasive treatments in place of full-on surgery, and why too much filler can actually make someone look older—plus, he gives incredible tips on how to keep your face and body looking their best long-term. No matter how you feel about plastic surgery, this is a wildly fascinating conversation.(For more, see <a href="https://url.emailprotection.link/?bjE8wTftZfcmuju01p2ThIYT8wJnprGXld_cDPLkw3Ep5wibEvpZk1F6tBiwxr3p5U7C8liml679Q4H_2nrK8FRZRGDWVQiJcueftwWDpe1PHqwsyh2Ns_NoyOX7PoK3o">The Beauty Closet</a> hub.)
Aug 14, 2019
Miranda Kerr: CEO, Victoria’s Secret Vet, and Clean Beauty Pioneer
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From her first job as an assistant at a hair salon in Australia to her current role as CEO of KORA Organics (a goop favorite), female founder and former supermodel Miranda Kerr talks about all that her amazing career has taught her. Her path to founding one of the most successful skin-care companies in the clean beauty space involved a lot of surprises. After burning out as a world-famous Victoria’s Secret Angel, she woke up to the facts about the toxic ingredients in conventional beauty products—and went to work on the problem as an entrepreneur. And her roles as wife, mother, and daughter bring up issues we can all relate to and, we found, get super inspired by. We love her brilliant ideas on work-life balance, why she prioritizes date nights with her husband, and her (really good) makeup and skin tips that she’s learned on shoots all over the world. (For more, see <a href="https://url.emailprotection.link/?bjE8wTftZfcmuju01p2ThIYT8wJnprGXld_cDPLkw3Ep5wibEvpZk1F6tBiwxr3p5U7C8liml679Q4H_2nrK8FRZRGDWVQiJcueftwWDpe1PHqwsyh2Ns_NoyOX7PoK3o">The Beauty Closet</a> hub.)hub.)
Aug 07, 2019
Why Are There Still Toxic Ingredients in Beauty Products?
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Nneka Leiba, the vice president of healthy living science at the Environmental Working Group (EWG), talks about clean, nontoxic beauty and the shocking truth behind the largely unregulated beauty and personal-care industry. Leiba and her team assess the health effects of chemical exposure from day-to-day products—and what she tells us is both grim and galvanizing. A few of the topics we go into: why black girls go through puberty much earlier than girls of other races, the most important beauty product to go clean with, why spray sunscreen is a real problem, and much more. If you’ve ever remotely considered going clean with your beauty routine, if you’ve ever wondered why companies would use known toxic ingredients in their products, or if you just want to understand the facts around this issue, this episode is really going to make you think. (For more, see <a href="https://url.emailprotection.link/?bjE8wTftZfcmuju01p2ThIYT8wJnprGXld_cDPLkw3Ep5wibEvpZk1F6tBiwxr3p5U7C8liml679Q4H_2nrK8FRZRGDWVQiJcueftwWDpe1PHqwsyh2Ns_NoyOX7PoK3o">The Beauty Closet</a> hub.)
Jul 31, 2019
Gwyneth Paltrow: No Makeup, Lots of Skin Care, Tricks to Beat Frizz, and...F*ckability
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In the premiere episode of goop’s new podcast, The Beauty Closet, hosts Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill sit down with their boss, goop founder and CEO Gwyneth Paltrow, and really talk. In between discussions about being, in GP’s words, “f*ckable,” nontoxic beauty, the role diversity plays at goop HQ, crow’s-feet, the weird workings of fame on the sense of self, and the upgrade we all get around age forty, GP gives up her best skin, hair, and makeup tips, including what she did to get her wedding-day glow. (French fries and whisky played a role, as did some beautiful no-makeup makeup.) The no-holds-barred conversation is as fun, serious, and hilarious as GP herself. (For more, see <a href="https://url.emailprotection.link/?bjE8wTftZfcmuju01p2ThIYT8wJnprGXld_cDPLkw3Ep5wibEvpZk1F6tBiwxr3p5U7C8liml679Q4H_2nrK8FRZRGDWVQiJcueftwWDpe1PHqwsyh2Ns_NoyOX7PoK3o">The Beauty Closet</a> hub.)
Jul 24, 2019
Coming soon: The Beauty Closet
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The newest podcast series from goop is here to answer all your beauty questions—starting July 24. Our hosts are goop editors Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill, coworkers and good friends who love a great tip almost as much as they love clean, nontoxic beauty and chatting with the world’s top beauty experts.​ Subscribe now!
Jul 09, 2019