How Much Does Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop Skincare Cost? It Doesn't Come Cheap

It seems like this venture has been a long time coming, but Gwyneth Paltrow finally launched her Goop skincare line on Monday, Feb. 29., and if you know nothing else about it, you could probably guess that it's all natural and will cost you more than your go-to drugstore brand. But in all seriousness, how much goes Goop skincare actually cost? The line ranges from $90-$140. But the good news? There are only six products, and they offer travel-sizes, which are actually fairly wallet-friendly.

Whenever Paltrow recommends a product on her blog, the Internet is usually all ears, so it seemed about time for her to take matters into her own hands and launch her own line. Goop skincare is everything you imagined it would be — all natural, organic, and chemical-free. Plus, it promises to help you experience that "Goop glow," and who doesn't want that, right? Right.

The six products are available now on Goop, as well as in select stores, but that's if you're willing to shell out the $90-$140 for the products. If you'd rather test them all before you commit to one, you can also buy the Discovery Package for $125, which features all six products in travel sizes.

So yeah, it's definitely going to cost you, but you can't always put a price on good skincare. Here's a breakdown of a few of the products offered and what you'll have to pay individually.

Luminous Melting Cleanser

Luminous Melting Cleanser; $90; goop.com

This cleanser will remove dirt and makeup, but still leave your skin soft and moisturized.

Exfoliating Instant Facial

Exfoliating Instant Facial; $125; goop.com

Booking an actual facial would cost the same, but this jar will last you a while.

Replenishing Night Cream

Replenishing Night Cream; $140; goop.com

At $140, this is the most expensive product in the line, though it promises to plump, brighten, and firm your skin overnight.

To see the rest of the products, head over to goop.com.

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