“She does things in her own way”: Goop’s creative chef Elise Loehnen defends her “great boss” Gwyneth Paltrow – and insists that their Netflix series is “deeply rooted in science”
Gwyneth Paltrow’s new Netflix docu series, The Goop Lab, offers everything from exorcism to orgasm workshops.
And although the show has been scheduled for his crazy view of wellness, Goop’s chief content officer Elise Loehnen says her boss is just misunderstood.
Speak against the show Today‘s Brooke Boney on Monday, Elise Gwyneth described as a “great” person to work for.
“She does things in her own way”: Goop’s creative chef Elise Loehnen (photo) defended her “great boss” Gwyneth Paltrow at the Today show on Monday
‘She is different from most bosses because she did not grow up in the traditional corporate culture. She does things in her own way, as you can imagine, “said Elise.
She further described Goop as a “deeply polarizing brand” and blamed the media for publishing sensational stories about her business practices.
When asked to describe The Goop Lab from Netflix, Elise said: “Some episodes are deeply rooted in science and research, and others are much more exploratory.”
Unique: Elise described Gwyneth (photo) as a ‘great’ person to work for, and also defended the divisions of Goop’s new Netflix docu series, The Goop Lab
“We essentially say,” This is happening and it’s real, but we have no idea what is happening, and that’s good too, “she added.
The Goop Lab focuses on groundbreaking and sometimes dangerous wellness treatments on the famous lifestyle website of Gwyneth.
In a statement about the show, the Hollywood actress said: “The Goop Lab examines the universal questions that we are inherently curious about.
‘We have followed the open-minded approach that we have cultivated at Goop and applied a different visual lens with Netflix. In the process we have found new ways to answer this: how do we get the most out of our lives? ”
What to Expect: When asked to describe The Goop Lab from Netflix, Elise said, “Some episodes are deeply rooted in science and research, and others are much more exploratory.”
Gwyneth has come under fire over the years for praising eccentric and expensive health flies on Goop, including vaginal steam, a “paranormal repellent vampire,” and detoxes.
In September 2018, Goop paid $ 145,000 to settle a lawsuit that accused him of making unfounded claims about the health benefits of vaginal eggs and a flower essence that “could help prevent depression.”
Goop is excluded from making claims regarding the health benefits of its products “without competent and reliable scientific evidence,” and from manufacturing or selling falsely advertised medical devices.
Controversy: Over the years, Gwyneth has come under fire for praising eccentric and expensive health flies on Goop, including vaginal steam, a “psychic vampire repellent” and detoxes