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Goop’s Nashville Pop-Up Is Stocked With Unexpected Wellness Products

We never knew we needed a vampire spray.
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Gwyneth Paltrow is taking Goop on the road again. The lifestyle company is continuing its series of pop-ups with a 1,200-square-foot outpost in Nashville that includes a shoppable market and a debut café selling locally brewed iced coffee and kombucha. The Goop MRKT, which opened its doors today, will run through December 1 and feature a series of Matcha Mornings cohosted by Ancient Nutrition

The events are far from the only feel-good moments. If you’re overdue for some self-care, you’ll definitely want to browse the stocked wellness aisle. Probiotic household cleaners, rose quartz drinking straws—the brand has made a habit out of staying ahead of the game. Here are a few far-out finds to add to your tote: 

The Fall Drink 

While everyone else is sipping Earl Grey this autumn, sprinkle a single-serving packet of antioxidant-rich matcha into your mug.  

The Good-Vibes-Only Fragrance

Ward off unwanted odors (and, um, vampires) with an essential oil spray that smells like lavender and rosemary.

The Fresh Start 

Believe it or not, these ultra-soft makeup-removing cloths only require water (no cleanser!) to do their job.

The Final Stretch 

“Body Whisperer” Lauren Roxburgh designed this foam roller to feel like a deep-tissue massage. Take it with you to the gym or keep it handy in the living room for something fun to do during commercial breaks—it’s chic enough to leave out. 

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Lydia Geisel has been on the editorial team at Domino since 2017. Today, she writes and edits home and renovation stories, including house tours, before and afters, and DIYs, and leads our design news coverage. She lives in New York City.