Speaking at the GreenBiz Forum near Phoenix, Arizona, this week, Alba said she began to research the problem, and found out that many products — including baby products — were chock full of toxic chemicals. Her attempt to avoid these chemicals for her children led to a quest for the perfect products: She was buying them from all over the globe, and even trying to make her own using baking soda and essential oils. I was really irritated about that," she said. Called The Honest Company , the two-year old brand targets moms and aims to sell healthy, nontoxic, socially responsible products with full transparency into the ingredients and sourcing.
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Share this article Share And while Jessica is now seen as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Hollywood, she realised at the age of 25 that she was being typecast as sexy characters in movies. I was like, "This isn't what I set out to be. I'm so much more than this, but I don't know how not to be a sex symbol. The actress confessed she had a hard time being seen as a sex symbol after her big break in Dark Angel.