Goop, the actress’ controversial lifestyle and wellness company, have released their latest product and it hasn’t been well received to put it mildly.

“Body Vibes” stickers, retailing at the bargain basement price of $120, will ‘re-balance the energy frequencies in our bodies’ according to Goop, and use conductive carbon ‘NASA space suit material’.

The only problem is that NASA don’t use that material in their space suits. In a statement released to Gizmodo, a NASA spokesperson said- “We do not have any conductive carbon material lining in the space suits”. Awkward.

“Body Vibes” stickers also claim to come “pre-programmed to an ideal frequency, allowing them to target imbalances.” Don’t forget, they’re just stickers.

Goop are the people who taught us how to yawn properly, told women how to steam cleanse their vaginas and advised us to sprinkle a teaspoon of ‘sex-dust’ into our morning smoothies.

Maybe we shouldn’t be so surprised.