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Why Gwyneth Paltrow ‘Would Never Want To Go Back In Time’

Gwyneth Paltrow gets a lot of flak for running a small empire by the name of Goop, which includes a website where she curates content on how to live your best life and sells luxury items that not many people can afford to purchase. But in spite of the actress-turned-wellness mogul’s seemingly perfect lifestyle, she doesn’t shy away from keeping it real, especially when discussing the fine lines on her face that become more obvious while laughing. 

“First of all, I love getting older,” she told The Huffington Post. “I so value the life experience under my belt and my wrinkles come with that. I would never want to go back in time.”

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Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow is embracing aging with a positive and real outlook.

The 43-year-old does want to “preserve [the] things she can” so she doesn’t have to “start cutting into her face.” So it makes total sense that she’d invest all her energy and expertise into launching an organic skincare line called Goop by Juice Beauty.

After learning about the toxic ingredients found in countless cosmetics, Paltrow revealed she didn’t rest until she and her team of chemists were able to formulate quality skincare that could end the stigma surrounding organic beauty products only being for hippies.

“We’re here to change that and say that the modern, sophisticated woman who has a very high standard in skincare also deserves a product that is as good for the body as it is for the skin,” she said. 

Paltrow went on to explain how she’s had friends who’ve struggled with fertility. “There are so many things in personal skincare products that are endocrine disruptor agents. We want balanced hormones, we want to be fertile, and then we’re imbibing all of these toxins that are throwing off our natural hormonal system. Who’s to say it is link or not linked, but it certainly doesn’t point to a good direction,” she said.

The six-piece line — which includes a cleanser, scrub, daytime moisturizer, night cream, face oil and eye cream — is formulated with skin-nourishing oils that soothe and brighten dull, dry complexions, food-grade preservatives (which Jimmy Fallon put to a taste test) and plant-based cellulose beads that gently remove dead skin cells. As a self-professed lover of facial oils, Paltrow made sure to round out the collection with an enriching face oil.

Goop by Juice Beauty
Goop by Juice Beauty is a six-pieceskincare line that combinesluxury formulas with certifiedorganic ingredients.

“We’re here to change that and say that the modern, sophisticated woman who has a very high standard in skincare also deserves a product that is as good for the body as it is for the skin,” she said. 

If you’re still wondering whether the blonde beauty has ruled out plastic surgery for good, she told us to check in with her when she’s 60 and see how she feels. 

I think that every woman has to make that determination for herself,” said Paltrow. “But I think the most important thing is that you love and value yourself.”

And that’s beauty advice we can all afford to buy into.

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2016/03/07/gwyneth-paltrow-aging-goop-skincare_n_9409262.html

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