Kourtney Kardashian unveiled a new health-oriented website, titled Poosh. And this is surprisingly familiar to another edition of the healthcare celebrity: One, only (well, no more), Goop. This is because the website is amazing with the infamous and controversial web page of Gwyneth Paltrow.
What is Poosh?
According to the website, Poosh is "a modern guide to the life of your best life" with the mission "to educate, motivate, create and manage a modern way of life," According to her , Courtesy Kardashian decided to launch Poosh because she "felt that something was lacking in a healthy lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle gets a bad rap, as if you care about what you put – or on – your body, then you are not sexual or cool. But this is simply not the case, and Poos is here to prove You are this. "
" People constantly ask me how I do all this, from a single mother to a full-time job of preserving public life. I get endless questions about food, children, beauty and fashion, so I decided to create Push, is a curatorial experience and a place for modern life, "she added.
The launch of a website may seem inspirational, but it does not suit everyone. "She said that this is despite the fact that our collective obsession with everything we invest in / on our bodies is the foundation of several billions of industries and at least a few other websites," writes LA Magazine .
In addition, some of the fans' reactions were not as hoped for to break with the Kardashians star. "So Poosh is only Kourtney Kardashian trying to make Gwyneth Paltrow a goop thing … just not so well … got it …" writes one user . – At the place of life Kurtny Kardashyan actually made me appreciate Goop. So, Guinea is crazy, but Poos is so deprived of any personality, this is really the least interesting website to watch, another remarked and funny reminder when Kim Kardashian West said that "the least interesting to watch."
Poosh vs. Goop
In one quick scroll you can see some shocking similarities between and Goop. Both were founded by celebrities who are obsessed with health, both have similar branding (at least on their page), and both of them – apparently – have a strong emphasis on wellness. However, there is another similarity you could skip: both have two O in their name. Coincidence? We do not think.
According to WWD Courtney Kardashian's website was named after her daughter Penelope, whose pseudonym is "Poosh". Perhaps they understood when Kurtney's idea was incubated.
When Gwyneth Paltrow pondered the names for his venture, she learned that some of the most successful Internet companies had a double O in their name – that's how she moved from "GP" to "Goop."
We probably never know if Kourtney (and Kris) thoroughly investigated the website of Gwyneth Paltrow and found that she had decided to name her company Goop . The reaction, some admirers will not keep up with Goop Kardashian.
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