The reaction of Gwyneth Paltrow’s followers to her topless Instagram post was unexpected.

In truth, it was nowhere near. Paltrow was besieged with messages reminding her and others to use sunscreen while she and her husband Brad Falchuk were on vacation in Italy.

In the opening shot in a carousel of seven, the 50-year-old actress was lounging with her spouse in a blue beach chair.

She was simply wearing a necklace and a pair of gold-rimmed aviator sunglasses and had her arm about her chest.

“That first picture is a great advertisement for sunscreen if ever I saw one,” one user commented.

Fans instantly drew attention to her skin, which they said had been severely sunburned.

“It doesn’t make sense to me.” “The poster queen for a health and wellness empire with sun-damaged skin,” one reader said.

“Take a look at all of the sun damage on your skin.” “What goop product will fix that?” asked another concerned admirer.

Paltrow founded Goop, a wellness and lifestyle company. People have previously raised concerns about Paltrow’s reportedly sun-damaged skin.

In May, she shared a carousel of photos of her chest with a number of black spots caused by sun exposure.

Even if you don’t realize it, the sun’s UV light hurts your skin every time you go outside without sunscreen.

If this damage is not addressed, it can lead to wrinkles, age spots, loose skin, spider veins, and a blotchy complexion, according to the American Academy of Dermatology Association.

Although it is critical to protect our skin from UV radiation, is it necessary to criticize others for failing to use sunscreen?

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