Jessica Alba is at the top of the Hollywood A-List crowd. Jessica Alba has been ranked as the most desirable women by several magazines. Jessica Alba recently married Cash Warren, the father of her daughter Honor Marie.
The American actress welcomed son James Knight in October 2013, with husband Kyle Newman, and admits she was a clueless when it came to looking after a baby. However Jessica, who has daughters Honor, seven, and four-year-old Haven, was there with sage advice whenever she needed it.
Jessica Alba's The Honest Company is under fire again over a series of eco-friendly cleaning products.
A class action complaint against the actress and her partners has been filed by Missouri housewife Margo Smith. She claims Honest bosses "deceptively marketed" the firm's "popular consumer liquid laundry detergent, dish soap, multisurface cleaner and other products" as not containing sodium lauryl sulfate.
Jessica Alba has defended her business against accusations its branded laundry detergent makes false claims.
The "Sin City" actress, who owns the Honest Company Inc, has been accused by the Wall Street Journal of using a chemical ingredient in her detergent which her company promised not to use in any of its products.
Given her acting success, business acumen and stunning beauty, Jessica Alba truly is the total package, and she looks incredible on Cosmopolitan UK magazine’s April 2016 cover.
The Honest Company mastermind dons a plunging white playsuit in her front page snapshot, though she hasn’t always loved her feminine flair- “Most of my life, I identified more with my masculine side. I was aggressive and super-masculine in my twenties. I got boobs when I was young, and was like, ‘What do I do?’ Even when I did Dark Angel, I was like [cartoon character] Daria – moody, slouching. I didn't feel comfortable and felt angry, like an imposter. I learnt to be cool with the feminine later. When I turned 30, I thought, ‘Oh, I’m feminine, I’m this sensual person and it's OK.’ I didn’t understand it for so long and felt it held me back. I had to shed all the negativity. I was a glass half-empty girl – now I’m a glass half-full.”
Jessica Alba and her The Honest Company partners have been hit with another lawsuit over their alleged mislabelled products.
In their suit against the online shopping company's executives, Brad and Manon Buonasera have accused Alba and her cohorts of fraudulently labelling 41 home and personal care products as natural, plant-based or chemical-free.