Natural Spotlight: The Honest Company
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All Natural Spotlight: The Honest Company

Posted on Friday, October 18th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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The Honest CompanyMother, actress, entrepreneur, where does the list end?! Jessica Alba is definitely a mom that can do it all, and she has started a company that to help you do the same. Her business, The Honest Company, was started with the goal of transparency and safety in mind so you don’t have to fret. The Honest Company, which was launched in January of 2012,  offers a collection of toxin-free products that the entire family can use. Each item comes with an honestly free guarantee which ensures there are no health-compromising chemicals or compounds in the product. If you’re wondering what types of products are produced by The Honest Company their lines include: baby products, bath and body items, and health and wellness. What makes The Honest Company different from other brands is their broader definition of toxicity, their ever-growing list of toxic ingredients to stay away from , and their vigilance in paying attention to the latest innovations in science. To learn more about The Honest Company be sure to check out their website here. If you’d like to learn more about The Honest Company’s honestly free guarantee click here.

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