Kate Moss is the latest member of the woo-woo health club
Anyone who partied near Primrose Hill in the 90s was in danger of ‘getting foamed up’. The likelihood of this happening to you was higher if you were young, attractive, and worked in music or fashion. Consequences could include not going to bed for days, fainting from drinking too much alcohol, and dealing with a once-in-a-lifetime hangover.
“Getting lathered up means I was going to go home, but I just got carried away,” the model explained in a 2012 interview with vanity lounge. “In the best possible way, of course. I mean, it’s always fun and a good time.
Lathering up in 2022, however, has taken on an altogether more spiritual meaning, and one that even perky California good girl Gwyneth Paltrow would approve of. Yes, in a surprising turn of events, it was revealed this week that Kate Moss is launching a wellness and beauty brand – one that will soon sell £21 boxes of tea to protect the body from toxins and £72 mists soothing facials.
Called Cosmoss and available for purchase from September, this new venture looks like the kind of thing Moss herself would once have scoffed at. The Cosmos website alleged that “Kate’s ideal rituals balance body and soul with the natural environment and circadian cycles… The dawn ritual focuses on preparing our body for the new day and filling it with energy positive.”
Apparently, Moss uses a cleanser to “remove impurities” and a face cream to ensure “well-rested skin” (both will be available for purchase) and then sprays a “hypnotic holy mist” to give her “a emotional balance and meaning”. inner peace”.