Gwyneth Paltrow remains one of the most popular actresses in Hollywood. The actress is also the forefront of the beauty and wellness industry with her business Goop. Recently, Paltrow showed off her sensational curves as she brought fans inside her luxurious at-home spa routine.

The actress shared video of her step by step process as she relaxed at her home sauna and steam room in Montecito, California. A blissed-out Gwyneth kicked off the video wearing a white bathrobe as she talked about her home sauna, steam room, and cold plunge.

Gwyneth began her post by saying, “Welcome to our spa.” She added, “We have a beautiful little sauna, and there’s a steam, there’s a cold plunge, Brad is an obsessive cold plunger, we love a good sauna, a good schvitz.” The actress has become the forefront of the beauty and wellness industry with her business Goop.

Using her Goop products, Gwyneth showed how exactly she rejuvenates herself at home. She wore a white bikini as she sat inside her tiled spa, brushing dead skin off her body in an upward motion. She explained, “It just kind of wakes you up, it’s tingly, and invigorating. It’s just one of my favorite wellness rituals to do before I sweat or workout or take hot shower,”

Gwyneth launched her business as a weekly newsletter in 2008 and she has gone on to build it into a major lifestyle branding. The brand now sells a variety of products including clean cosmetics and candles. You can check out her step-by-step wellness routine below. Stay tuned to Thirsty.

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