Kate Moss’ lifestyle brand Cosmos was forced to correct a spelling error in a social media post to promote the power of ‘balance and rejuvenation’
She is launching a new lifestyle brand, Cosmoss, which she claims will “open the door” to “balance, recovery and love.”
But Kate Moss’ brand got off to a rocky start when she was forced to correct spelling mistakes in her latest social media post ahead of Thursday’s launch.
Cosmos’ social media accounts tout its powers of “balance and rejuvenation,” misspelling the latter word.
Um: Kate Moss’ brand got off to a rocky start ahead of Thursday’s launch as she was forced to correct a spelling mistake in her latest social media post
However, when the Daily Mail’s Richard Eden reached out to highlight the error, the mistake was quickly corrected.
A spokesperson for Kate declined to comment, but after learning of the error, the post was quickly deleted and replaced with the correct spelling of “Rejuvenation.”
In the post in question, posted on Cosmos’ official Instagram, the brand details a “daily ritual” that the 48-year-old model participates in to “balance” her “body and soul.”
New Ventures: This model is launching a new lifestyle brand, Cosmoss. The brand claims to “open the door” to “balance, recovery and love.”
The first post reads, “Ritual of Dawn focuses on preparing our bodies for a new day and filling them with positive energy.”
Second share: “The ritual of the day that Kate practices is designed to restore balance and access inner peace. It transforms negative currents into positive radiant energy.”
Third addition: “Kate’s Twilight Ritual offers a moment of contemplation and peace. A chance to forget the day, soothe the soul and calm the mind.”
Correction: However, when Richard Eden of the Daily Mail reached out to highlight the error, the mistake was quickly corrected
Kate’s next wellness brand, meanwhile, is going to set a jaw-dropping price tag of £21 for a box of tea bags.
The supermodel is in the process of following in Gwyneth Paltrow’s goop footsteps with a new wellness brand called Cosmos.
According to The Mail On Sunday, the website states:
Health guru: Kate’s upcoming wellness brand, meanwhile, plans to set a jaw-dropping price tag of £21 for a box of tea bags
That morning ritual is said to begin with a cup of “dawn tea” to “protect the body from toxins.”
These tea bags set fans at an eye-popping £21, but a pack of 25 bags equates to 85 pence per cup of tea.
According to the website, Kate next cleanses to “remove impurities” and apply a face cream to reduce wrinkles and ensure “well-rested skin.”
Expensive: These tea bags cost £21, but a pack of 25 equates to 85 pence per cup of tea.
She then sprays a “sacred mist of hypnosis” to bring “a sense of emotional balance and inner peace.”
Golden Nectar CBD face oil is £98, her Sacred Mist fragrance is £72, face cream and cleanser are £55 each.
A spokeswoman for Kate Moss said those prices have yet to be confirmed.
Hefty price tags: Golden Nectar CBD face oil will set you back £98, her Sacred Mist fragrance £72, and a range of face creams and cleansers £55 each.