Jessica Alba’s transformative company
Jessica Alba feels she has "transformed people’s lives" with her company.
The ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ star co-founded The Honest Company in 2011 and feels it has had a positive effect on the public.
She told Forbes magazine: "People are every month getting products delivered to their home. We’ve transformed people’s lives. For any entrepreneur out there when you’re faced with challenges, you can’t let them define you … We’re using a new surfactant system. We’re using new preservatives systems that have never been used before. We’re doing human health safety testing."
And the 35-year-old actress – who has Honor, eight, and Haven, five, with her husband Cash Warren – previously revealed she likes to take her children to work so she can be with them as much as possible.
She shared: "I go on so many business trips, and they’re usually two to three days. I’ll bring just one at a time and it’ll be like, ‘Mom’s gonna bring you on a special trip. We’ll get to have a sleepover, we’ll get to order room service, we’ll get to rent a movie. It’s really fun!
"I just try to make the time that I spend with them quality. We like to go on walks and we like to watch movies and barbecue. They love to take a bath and then get back in their pyjamas for the rest of the weekend. Honor is reading a series called ‘Amulet’. We finished ‘Beezus and Ramona’. Haven loves ‘Cat in the Hat’ and ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ because I do silly voices. There’s also ‘Freckleface Strawberry’, Julianne Moore’s book. She likes funky, funny characters."