Jessica Alba is standing behind her company!!
After a consumer filed a 5 million dollar lawsuit against Jessica's Honest company for marketing unnatural products as organic amidst other damaging claims, the actress is fighting back.
[ Related: Jessica's The Honest Company Is Being Sued For Dishonesty Over Its 'Natural' Products — See The Claims HERE! ]
In response to the allegations, Alba firmly said:
"We strongly stand behind our products and the responsibility we have to our consumers. We are steadfast in our commitment to transparency and openness."
Yep, the momma of two isn't backing down! Considering the company is Alba's pride and joy, we can't say we're surprised!
Defending herself against the complaint that the company's sunscreen is "ineffective", the business mogul used her children as why we should believe in the integrity of Honest, explaining:
"Seven years ago, when I was pregnant with my first daughter, I was frustrated by the lack of healthy and safe product options for me and my new family. In fact, prior to launching The Honest Company, I began lobbying Congress to require that ingredients used in everyday products are tested for safety prior to entry into the marketplace. I started The Honest Company to develop safe and effective products not just for my children, but for families everywhere. I am very proud that we have built this company into an industry leader focused on using natural ingredients and developing products that people love. We believe that consumers deserve to know what's in their products — whether it's diapers for their children, cleaning products for their families or beauty products for themselves. Our formulations are made with integrity and strict standards of safety, and we label each ingredient that goes into every product - not because we have to, but because it's the right thing to do."
You tell em, Jess! It sounds like the actress isn't sweating this lawsuit at all!
We'll keep you updated as this drama progresses!
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