One of the famous Hollywood stars, Jessica Alba made a difference when she turned to be a successful mogul at her young age.
Out from the expectations of everybody, she earned much not relying on her acting career but instead, she made it from a diverse field, which is in the world of business. Unlike some phenomenon stars in this generation where they truly become affluent on their chosen field, Jessica goes into business as she wanted to make a huge difference in helping parents to patronize products that are free from chemicals and promote awareness that there are discovered links to an occurrence of genetic changes, particularly the growing rate of “autism” today due to the exposure of toxins coming from the environment.
Because of the undying issue, Jessica become firm on her aim in saving the world and preserving people’s health not caring about spending billions of dollars. During in a conference room surveying the open-plan company floor, she determinedly said,
“If we really want to make a difference in the world and people’s health, it is billions and billions of dollars, not just one.”
Behind ‘The Honest Company’
The company cofounder, Jessica Alba and her trusted team put up The Honest Company because of a foremost reason which to sell alternative goods to parents so they could avoid utilizing products filled with chemicals.
In a nutshell, they are selling ORGANIC products that are safe to use by parents, women, babies and by everyone else. For the information of everybody, The Honest Company is said to be a trusted source of baby products today as they made their products with style, safe to use and eco-friendly. As Jessica is now captivated by a box of tampons, they are also launching an “all-organic cotton and plant-based polymer and bio-plastic applicator” in July, the new Honest’s feminine care line aims to protect women’s hormones from tampon’s plastic content.
The Idea of the Business
Regarding where did Jessica and her team got the idea of establishing the company, she shared in a famous magazine issue that “The Honest Company was inspired by a need that wasn’t being filled”.
The need that wasn’t being filled she meant in her striking statement has something to do with her experience when she was still a baby having allergic reactions and asthma when her mother used typical brand of baby detergent.
Due to her past experience, Jessica was alarmed and worried that her baby might encounter the same sufferings. So what she did then was she had thorough research about detergent contents and discovered that there are household products on her kitchen sink and bathroom cabinet containing hazardous chemicals that are totally unsafe to use, especially for babies.
The Next America’s Riches Self-Made Women
As Jessica cofounded the company for an amount of $1 Billion and $200 Million Fortune, it became a huge headline around the world and to social media on how she build the company by simply selling parents peace of mind.
According to a trusted source who is knowledgeable about Jessica’s investment, she’s going to earn a spot on “FORBES’ America’s Richest Self-Made Women”.
With the enormous success of The Honest Company having 120 toxic-free products and $150 million revenues, Jessica remain humble as she shared her past experiences before she achieved such achievement on the business industry. She said that it’s all about “details and hard work”. Because of that, she now spends 86 hours managing a marketing institution and developing company’s brand that will sustain the increasing demand for safe, organic, toxic-free and premium-priced products.
The Honest Company: A Solution to Minimize Autism’s Increasing Rate
To determine the associations between autism and household chemicals, Dr. Philip Landrigan, one of the epidemiologists under Children’s’ Environmental Health Center tests a baby’s teeth to find out how does autism occur knowing that genetic changes doesn’t occur rapidly, but instead, it has something to with the environment.
As Dr. Landrigan and his team did some further research, blood testing, examinations, and analyze chemicals, the study revealed that “exposure to certain toxins during fetal development affects the incidence of autism and intellectual disability.”
Due to the said findings, Jessica become more determined to make their own products aiming to solve the issue by selling organic, non-toxic and safe product to parents through The Honest Company. If you’re interested about their products, you may visit here.
Jessica has really the heart and passion to help not just her family but all the people around the world with no exceptions. She’s undeniably a good role model to every woman seeking for a healthy living that’s free from toxins and diseases. Indeed, just like Jessica’s main goal, we should CHOOSE ORGANIC and live a healthy life!