Gwyneth Paltrow's daughter Apple has a bit of a crunch to her morning routine and admits she, too, is obsessed with it. Apple Martin, Gwyneth Paltrow's 16-year-old daughter, mocked her popular mother's wellness-focused morning routine on Goop's TikTok account on Sunday.
Paltrow's day begins with GoopGlow Morning Skin Superpowder, according to the teen, but there isn't much in the way of actual food. Apple narrated that first her mother would drink her GoopGlow Super Powder and eat nothing but dates and almond butter and she thinks that the GoopGlow is part of her cleansing, which she's evidently been doing since the day she was born.
Apple laughed, mocking her mother's notorious candle. Finally, according to Apple, it's time to get to work and added: "And then she gets to work making some more vagina eggs and candles, even vagina candles, and vagina perfumes... just all vagina." "That is, in fact, my mother's morning routine!"
The Goop founder's daughter then went after her pricey skincare routine. As Paltrow applied products to her face, Apple narrated, "It's 8 a.m., and she's been doing this since 7 a.m."
"When you get roasted by your gen z daughter..." Goop captioned the hilarious video.
Morning Routine of Gwenyth and Apple
Despite the jokes, Apple seems to be a big fan of her mother's products. The teen also shared her morning skincare routine, which included the brand's latest GoopGlow Glow Lotion.
She confessed, "I'm obsessed." It gives the skin such a lovely glow. The Glow Lotion is wonderful for my dry skin because it keeps me hydrated but not oily. It's extremely light."
Paltrow's morning routine, which was shared through Vogue's social media platforms, attracted harsh criticism in the comments section for some of her procedures, especially in the clip where she only applied sunscreen to the high points of her face instead of all over.
SPF should be applied to all areas of the face, including your eyelids, to protect against UV damage, which can cause skin cancer and premature aging, wrinkles, and sunspots.
Paltrow and her company, Goop, have a long history of controversy, ranging from being chastised in 2017 for making "deceptive" health statements to the upcoming Netflix show "The Goop Lab," which was dubbed "terrifying" after its first trailer.
Paltrow discussed the criticism she received after sharing a post on Goop in February about fighting COVID-19 early in the pandemic, which included a list of items she recommended as anti-inflammatory treatments that she related to the virus.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the star of "Shakespeare in Love" discussed the controversy. Some of the criticism came from Stephen Powis, the National Medical Director of NHS England, who said that her ideas were "just not solutions we'd recommend."
Paltrow responded when asked if the criticism of her suggestions, including Powis' remarks, reached her.
"We really are not to say at Goop that we have never made mistakes because of course we have in the past, but we're very much in integrity and we're careful about what we say," she continued. "We always feel like we understand why a lot of that (criticism) becomes clickbait for people."
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