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Jessica Alba Eco-conscious mum and business owner


As Alba's brand-new book, "The Honest Life" strikes shelf's, the "Sin City" star is making the advertising rounds hoping to attract mothers in middle America.

Jessica Alba didn't grown up with a bunch of money, so her ideas are easy: re-purposing things and making things in your home.

Book shares the star's experience in a brand-new chapter of her life, being an eco-conscious mum turned business owner. Book not only discusses her new company venture, but it likewise glances into Jessica's life raising 2 young kids in Hollywood. The job was a cause near her heart for the mom of two, whose interest was sparked after her youngest little girl was born.

Jessica Alba introduced The Honest Company, a subscription-based, eco-friendly, and toxic-free baby-products and household-items business. The "Dark Angel" TV star who segued to the cinema in such films as "Sin City," Fantastic Four," "Into heaven," "Valentine's Day," "Little Fockers" and the recent "Spy Kids 4D," Jessica Alba is also the mother of two girls Honor and Haven.

Her concern for them and the planet has actually prompted her involvement with The Honest Company, a line of organic, toxin-free products for children where she's partnered with Christopher Gavigan, previous CEO and executive supervisor of the nonprofit Healthy Child, Healthy World and author of a book of the same name, subtitled "Creating a Cleaner, Greener, Safer Home.".

Based on her own experiences attempting to find eco-friendly, child-safe, economical items, Jessica is introducing free throw line through monthly subscriptions - they're currently providing a five-pack cleaning products plan ($36) and a month's supply baby diaper bundle ($80), which will all be delivered straight to  baby rooms.

Alba's likewise green house features a non-toxic artificial grass yard, a filter on the tap (to fill BPA-free multiple-use bottles), and several recycling bins. Her household likewise removes shoes prior to entering, and she teaches little girl Honor eco-friendly habits.

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