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The Beauty Closet

Goop Inc and Cadence 13

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The Beauty Closet

The Beauty Closet

Goop Inc and Cadence 13

125
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1.0K
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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.

Latest Episodes

Girlfriend to Girlfriend: The Woman Behind the Cult of Vintner’s Daughter

The biggest cult in beauty is, without a doubt, a little brown bottle full of 100 percent clean botanical extracts and oils from Vintner’s Daughter. We first heard about it from a makeup artist who couldn’t believe what it was doing to her clients’ skin, and on this week’s episode of goop’s Beauty Closet podcast, we hear from founder April Gargiulo. A hilarious, gorgeous, Northern Californian mother of two, she didn’t set out to create a worldwide obsession, but she does do things very, very differently...something we (and GP) appreciate every time we pat it on.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

40 MINFEB 5
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Girlfriend to Girlfriend: The Woman Behind the Cult of Vintner’s Daughter

Love How You Look, No Matter Who You Are: A Beauty Entrepreneur and LGBTQAI Activist on Identity

Life is always changing, points out activist, author, founder, and mom Jodie Patterson—so you have to adapt. After multiple careers (in fashion, beauty, retail, and...the circus) five children (one of them transgender), a TED talk, and two books (The Bold WorldandBorn Ready: A Boy Named Penelope), the incredibly stylish cochair of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation is happy to share how she does it on the newest episode of the Beauty Closet podcast. How to make yourself and your kids feel beautiful is one of her amazing, totally doable tips; how to see hair as love is another. And of course, we had to know how she gets her glowy skin (believe it or not, she’s fifty).(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

57 MINJAN 29
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Love How You Look, No Matter Who You Are: A Beauty Entrepreneur and LGBTQAI Activist on Identity

A Top Dermatologist and Psychiatrist on Aging Skin, Breakouts—and the Most Natural Look

No matter what your age, skin type, or skin problem, you’re going to want New York dermatologist and psychiatrist Amy Wechsler’s advice. Famous for her light touch—clients walk out of her office looking brighter, smoother, and refreshed but never “done”—soothing bedside manner, and truly life-changing results, Wechsler talks about how to get (and maintain) your best skin ever. From fat-freezing tech, the latest acne treatments, and skin-tightening lasers to something called Instagram face and how feminism fits into any discussion of aging and aesthetics, Wechsler’s smart, empathetic take on it all is about as fascinating as it gets. (And after we had one look at her and heard that she has a college-age daughter, believe us, we were listening!) (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

55 MINJAN 22
Comments
A Top Dermatologist and Psychiatrist on Aging Skin, Breakouts—and the Most Natural Look

How to Be A (Very) Hot 74

World-famous fashion designer Norma Kamali is glowy, brilliant, sexy, life-loving, and more successful than ever. She talks to us about her new clean beauty line (the self-tanner is out of this world); the magic of acupuncture facials; her no-fail secret for great sex, incredible skin, shiny hair, and digestion (hint: you can ingest it); and why aging isn’t a bad thing—at all.(For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)

46 MINJAN 15
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How to Be A (Very) Hot 74

Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home (Our Source Is a World-Famous French Hairstylist)

If you want to know how to get your most flattering haircut, the best at-home fix for frizz, therightway to condition (yes, there’s an easy trick that changes everything), and French hair secret that works for every hair type, legendary hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai has incredible tips. He talks about his epic career (he started as an assistant in a Paris salon and became a world-famous hairstylist with salons buzzing with supermodel and celebrity clients), his superpower for bringing out what’s beautiful in every person, why he’s gone clean with his brilliant new hair-care line (it sold out in a day on goop), how diet affects hair (he’s vegan), and how anyone’s hair can look better without much effort. He’s charming and brilliant, lives a clean lifestyle, and istheexpert on healthy, shiny, effortless-looking hair.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

51 MINJAN 8
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Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home (Our Source Is a World-Famous French Hairstylist)

Skin Whisperer Dr. Barbara Sturm Talks Glow, Breakouts, and Blood Cream

World-famous for her skin treatments at her clinic in Düsseldorf and her new Manhattan spa, Dr. Barbara Sturm’s glowy-dewy skin is a walking billboard for her bestselling clinical skin-care line. No matter what your skin type, you’re going to want to hear her tips in this episode: She’s all about supporting skin rather than attacking it, and it’s an approach that works for glow, wrinkles, breakouts, sensitive skin, and more. We learn about blood cream, the superherb she believes works best for skin, and some shocking truths about dry cleaning, computer screens, and (gulp) cell phones. (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

41 MIN2019 DEC 30
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Skin Whisperer Dr. Barbara Sturm Talks Glow, Breakouts, and Blood Cream

Research Is the Way Forward: Why Breast Cancer Mortality Is Down 40Percent—and How We Can Minimize Our Risk

Kinga Lampert, cochair of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF is the largest private funder of breast cancer research in the world) and a survivor herself, has some pretty incredible—and deeply encouraging—statistics about the progress that’s been made in the fight against breast cancer. She’s also got research-backed strategies for minimizing your risk, no matter what your age or breastcancer status. If you or anyone close to you has ever been touched by breast cancer, listen to feel not simply informed but also inspired by the way research has changed what it means to have breast cancer today and what the future could hold. There’s a lot here—facts, emotions, opinions—and Lampert explains what every woman needs to know and illuminates the powerful work BCRF is doing to change our relationship with cancer.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

48 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Research Is the Way Forward: Why Breast Cancer Mortality Is Down 40Percent—and How We Can Minimize Our Risk

An Anthropologist Talks Beauty, Sex, Orgasms, and Why We Shouldn’t Live in Sweatpants

Do women tend to have more orgasms with men who are better-looking (i.e.,symmetrical)?Are people who date on the Internet more likely to be looking for commitment?Is the waist-hip ratio still a factor? The relationshipsbetween beauty, sex, and lovearemore than fascinating when you’re talking aboutthemwith anthropologist and author Helen Fisher, who’s also the scientific advisor toMatch.com. She tells us some pretty wild things about attraction, dating, physical appearance, keeping the spark going in long-term relationships (sweatpants: not ideal), and the ways in which many of our urges are driven by biology. At the end of the day, it turns out beauty’s all about love. (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

57 MIN2019 DEC 18
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An Anthropologist Talks Beauty, Sex, Orgasms, and Why We Shouldn’t Live in Sweatpants

A Skin-Whispering Acupuncturist on Changing Your Life, Your Skin, and Your Approach to Stress

What would you do if you were given six months to live? Annee de Mamiel chose not to accept that sentence and, instead, fashioned a new and extraordinary life as an acupuncturist, herbalist, world-famous facialist, and Chinese-medicine specialist.Once an Australian triathlete, then a finance exec, she found her true calling as a skin guru (the waiting list for her facials is years long).Her glow-boosting creams, serums, and potions are made on an organic farm in England, they’re chanted to, meditated over, charged with crystals, and bathed in music; the difference they make in skin is unbelievable. Come for her incredibly inspiring story (and super calming energy);stay for tons of incredible skin tips.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

56 MIN2019 DEC 11
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A Skin-Whispering Acupuncturist on Changing Your Life, Your Skin, and Your Approach to Stress

A World-Famous Hairstylist on How to Get Your Shiniest, Healthiest Look—No Matter What Your Hair Type

Before Harry Josh was one of the most famous hair gurus in the world (he’s the man behind Gisele’s iconic beach waves, not to mention many GP red-carpet looks),he was the son of Indian immigrants in Canada dreaming some big dreams. His pathtook himfrom sweeping the floors at a Vancouver salon to multiple rejections in Miami to sleeping on his friends’ sofas in New York,before (finally) working hard enough to get his big break. His story is hilarious and inspiring—and if you want to know the secret to shiny, healthy hair;perfect color;effortless texture;how to really end frizz;the best move for volume;or the trick to giving yourself a killer blowout (step one:Use the amazing mint-green blow-dryer Josh makes), this episode has all the tips you need. (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

42 MIN2019 DEC 4
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A World-Famous Hairstylist on How to Get Your Shiniest, Healthiest Look—No Matter What Your Hair Type

Latest Episodes

Girlfriend to Girlfriend: The Woman Behind the Cult of Vintner’s Daughter

The biggest cult in beauty is, without a doubt, a little brown bottle full of 100 percent clean botanical extracts and oils from Vintner’s Daughter. We first heard about it from a makeup artist who couldn’t believe what it was doing to her clients’ skin, and on this week’s episode of goop’s Beauty Closet podcast, we hear from founder April Gargiulo. A hilarious, gorgeous, Northern Californian mother of two, she didn’t set out to create a worldwide obsession, but she does do things very, very differently...something we (and GP) appreciate every time we pat it on.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

40 MINFEB 5
Comments
Girlfriend to Girlfriend: The Woman Behind the Cult of Vintner’s Daughter

Love How You Look, No Matter Who You Are: A Beauty Entrepreneur and LGBTQAI Activist on Identity

Life is always changing, points out activist, author, founder, and mom Jodie Patterson—so you have to adapt. After multiple careers (in fashion, beauty, retail, and...the circus) five children (one of them transgender), a TED talk, and two books (The Bold WorldandBorn Ready: A Boy Named Penelope), the incredibly stylish cochair of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation is happy to share how she does it on the newest episode of the Beauty Closet podcast. How to make yourself and your kids feel beautiful is one of her amazing, totally doable tips; how to see hair as love is another. And of course, we had to know how she gets her glowy skin (believe it or not, she’s fifty).(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

57 MINJAN 29
Comments
Love How You Look, No Matter Who You Are: A Beauty Entrepreneur and LGBTQAI Activist on Identity

A Top Dermatologist and Psychiatrist on Aging Skin, Breakouts—and the Most Natural Look

No matter what your age, skin type, or skin problem, you’re going to want New York dermatologist and psychiatrist Amy Wechsler’s advice. Famous for her light touch—clients walk out of her office looking brighter, smoother, and refreshed but never “done”—soothing bedside manner, and truly life-changing results, Wechsler talks about how to get (and maintain) your best skin ever. From fat-freezing tech, the latest acne treatments, and skin-tightening lasers to something called Instagram face and how feminism fits into any discussion of aging and aesthetics, Wechsler’s smart, empathetic take on it all is about as fascinating as it gets. (And after we had one look at her and heard that she has a college-age daughter, believe us, we were listening!) (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

55 MINJAN 22
Comments
A Top Dermatologist and Psychiatrist on Aging Skin, Breakouts—and the Most Natural Look

How to Be A (Very) Hot 74

World-famous fashion designer Norma Kamali is glowy, brilliant, sexy, life-loving, and more successful than ever. She talks to us about her new clean beauty line (the self-tanner is out of this world); the magic of acupuncture facials; her no-fail secret for great sex, incredible skin, shiny hair, and digestion (hint: you can ingest it); and why aging isn’t a bad thing—at all.(For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)

46 MINJAN 15
Comments
How to Be A (Very) Hot 74

Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home (Our Source Is a World-Famous French Hairstylist)

If you want to know how to get your most flattering haircut, the best at-home fix for frizz, therightway to condition (yes, there’s an easy trick that changes everything), and French hair secret that works for every hair type, legendary hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai has incredible tips. He talks about his epic career (he started as an assistant in a Paris salon and became a world-famous hairstylist with salons buzzing with supermodel and celebrity clients), his superpower for bringing out what’s beautiful in every person, why he’s gone clean with his brilliant new hair-care line (it sold out in a day on goop), how diet affects hair (he’s vegan), and how anyone’s hair can look better without much effort. He’s charming and brilliant, lives a clean lifestyle, and istheexpert on healthy, shiny, effortless-looking hair.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

51 MINJAN 8
Comments
Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home (Our Source Is a World-Famous French Hairstylist)

Skin Whisperer Dr. Barbara Sturm Talks Glow, Breakouts, and Blood Cream

World-famous for her skin treatments at her clinic in Düsseldorf and her new Manhattan spa, Dr. Barbara Sturm’s glowy-dewy skin is a walking billboard for her bestselling clinical skin-care line. No matter what your skin type, you’re going to want to hear her tips in this episode: She’s all about supporting skin rather than attacking it, and it’s an approach that works for glow, wrinkles, breakouts, sensitive skin, and more. We learn about blood cream, the superherb she believes works best for skin, and some shocking truths about dry cleaning, computer screens, and (gulp) cell phones. (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

41 MIN2019 DEC 30
Comments
Skin Whisperer Dr. Barbara Sturm Talks Glow, Breakouts, and Blood Cream

Research Is the Way Forward: Why Breast Cancer Mortality Is Down 40Percent—and How We Can Minimize Our Risk

Kinga Lampert, cochair of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF is the largest private funder of breast cancer research in the world) and a survivor herself, has some pretty incredible—and deeply encouraging—statistics about the progress that’s been made in the fight against breast cancer. She’s also got research-backed strategies for minimizing your risk, no matter what your age or breastcancer status. If you or anyone close to you has ever been touched by breast cancer, listen to feel not simply informed but also inspired by the way research has changed what it means to have breast cancer today and what the future could hold. There’s a lot here—facts, emotions, opinions—and Lampert explains what every woman needs to know and illuminates the powerful work BCRF is doing to change our relationship with cancer.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

48 MIN2019 DEC 23
Comments
Research Is the Way Forward: Why Breast Cancer Mortality Is Down 40Percent—and How We Can Minimize Our Risk

An Anthropologist Talks Beauty, Sex, Orgasms, and Why We Shouldn’t Live in Sweatpants

Do women tend to have more orgasms with men who are better-looking (i.e.,symmetrical)?Are people who date on the Internet more likely to be looking for commitment?Is the waist-hip ratio still a factor? The relationshipsbetween beauty, sex, and lovearemore than fascinating when you’re talking aboutthemwith anthropologist and author Helen Fisher, who’s also the scientific advisor toMatch.com. She tells us some pretty wild things about attraction, dating, physical appearance, keeping the spark going in long-term relationships (sweatpants: not ideal), and the ways in which many of our urges are driven by biology. At the end of the day, it turns out beauty’s all about love. (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

57 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
An Anthropologist Talks Beauty, Sex, Orgasms, and Why We Shouldn’t Live in Sweatpants

A Skin-Whispering Acupuncturist on Changing Your Life, Your Skin, and Your Approach to Stress

What would you do if you were given six months to live? Annee de Mamiel chose not to accept that sentence and, instead, fashioned a new and extraordinary life as an acupuncturist, herbalist, world-famous facialist, and Chinese-medicine specialist.Once an Australian triathlete, then a finance exec, she found her true calling as a skin guru (the waiting list for her facials is years long).Her glow-boosting creams, serums, and potions are made on an organic farm in England, they’re chanted to, meditated over, charged with crystals, and bathed in music; the difference they make in skin is unbelievable. Come for her incredibly inspiring story (and super calming energy);stay for tons of incredible skin tips.(For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

56 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
A Skin-Whispering Acupuncturist on Changing Your Life, Your Skin, and Your Approach to Stress

A World-Famous Hairstylist on How to Get Your Shiniest, Healthiest Look—No Matter What Your Hair Type

Before Harry Josh was one of the most famous hair gurus in the world (he’s the man behind Gisele’s iconic beach waves, not to mention many GP red-carpet looks),he was the son of Indian immigrants in Canada dreaming some big dreams. His pathtook himfrom sweeping the floors at a Vancouver salon to multiple rejections in Miami to sleeping on his friends’ sofas in New York,before (finally) working hard enough to get his big break. His story is hilarious and inspiring—and if you want to know the secret to shiny, healthy hair;perfect color;effortless texture;how to really end frizz;the best move for volume;or the trick to giving yourself a killer blowout (step one:Use the amazing mint-green blow-dryer Josh makes), this episode has all the tips you need. (For more, seeThe Beauty Closethub.)

42 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
A World-Famous Hairstylist on How to Get Your Shiniest, Healthiest Look—No Matter What Your Hair Type
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