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Jessica Alba's Honest Company Has $1 Billion Valuation

Jessica Alba's Honest Company Has $1 Billion Valuation

Jessica Alba keeps it casual and comfy while arriving on a flight at LAX Airport on Thursday (May 28) in Los Angeles.

It was recently announced that the 34-year-old actress’ company The Honest Company is now valued at $1 billion.

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“I was like, ‘How can this be safe for babies if I’m having this type of reaction?’ I felt like my needs weren’t being met as a modern person,” Jessica shared about the health conscious company to Forbes. “I want beautiful design like everybody else. But it shouldn’t be premium-priced, and it should, of course, be safe.”

FYI: Jessica is wearing Molami Stitch earbuds and Sunday Somewhere sunglasses.

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  • Danae

    She lives in a bubble and truly believes that she’s going to change the world. It must be a nice world where a 5$ soap bar and 180$ diaper bag is not considered premium-priced. Also, signing for their trial package is equal with automatic enrollment for monthly subscription (just like with Hudson’s fapletics).
    As far as I know, the premium price of these goods does not correspond to their “premium quality”.

    It must be really nice to call yourself a CEO while it’s other people’s hard work (guided by their selfish boss who shouts at them and makes them cry) that make your company fairly succesful. All that she does is just “visit” them and get papped on the way. Her “company” wouldn’t break even if she wasn’t famous.

  • mandyz

    There’s a good number of customers that have tried to cancel their monthly subscription and the company has ignored their cancellations. I’m sorry but that’s a money grabbing technique that’s far from being ethical considering the amount of complaints regarding that issue that I’ve seen from unsatisfied customers. No wonder she is doing “so well”. There’s higher quality organic brands that match their prices fairly and don’t boast their potential financial value, true organic brands don’t boast at all and solely care about maintaining consistently environmentally ethical products. Alba is only doing this for the money which is sad, she should be grateful Forbes gave her such a huge ad space for her questionable products.

  • Danae

    Yes, I’ve heard about that too. Apparently you can’t quit the subscription via their website, you have to call them and wait (A LONG TIME) to even talk to someone.
    That’s not how you do that business thing.

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