GODeth Paltrow Pretends Her Stunning Good Looks Can Be Recreated With Cheap-o $200 Products

One looks like a giant suppository, the other is the Clarisonic Opral. Can you guess which is which?

Dressing like Gwyneth Paltrow this summer might cost you up to $18,000, but you can get her smooth, glowing skin for under $200.

The 38-year-old star, who recently showed off her amazing bikini body while vacationing off the coast of Italy, is now sharing her anti-aging skin secret -- the Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion -- along with a slew of her favorite summer beauty products in her latest GOOP newsletter.

"[It] focuses on fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes by infusing the skin with anti-aging serum," she writes of the $185 "wonder gadget."

Paltrow is also a fan of the Clarisonic Mia, $149. "I've been obsessed with mine ever since I started using it. I've seen a real difference I my skin."

Her other top picks include Vapour Organic Beauty Luminous Foundation ($34), Supergoop sunscreen ($8.50-$34), Sara Happ Pink Grapefruit Lip Scrub ($24), Kai Body Butter, ($55) and La Licious body scrubs ($32) for "beach-ready skin."

Beauty products aside, the mom-of-two admits that she looks as good as she does thanks to intense workouts with trainer Tracy Anderson.

"I do 45 minutes of cardio five days a week, because I like to eat. I also try for 45 minutes of muscular structure work, which is toning, realigning and lengthening," Paltrow told SELF magazine. "If I'm prepping for something or I've been eating a lot of pie, I do two hours a day, six days a week for two weeks."


Once again my Gwynnie has proven that she truly is the REAL People's Princess. They way that she tries to identify with you have-nots is awe-inspiring. I mean, a $55 Body Butter? Where would you even purchase something so cheap? Personally, I couldn't even bear to leave the penthouse without first lathering myself in Kanebo Sensai Premier Body Cream...not even to bring my hunchback little freak of a daughter Hortensia to her bi-weekly flutophone lesson. Luckily, I don't aspire to Gwynnie's level of philanthropy. I feel that having my housemaid pay the homeless man who resides outside of my Pilates studio with Monopoly money to move his dingy cardboard box out of my walking space is charity enough. After all, he should have some self-respect, this is the Upper East Side, take your poverty down to Midtown, darling.