Products We Love: The Honest Company - Estella

Products We Love: The Honest Company

January 17, 2013

As a parent it can be incredibly difficult to find eco-friendly, convenient and most importantly effective products for both my home and my kids. The Honest Company has become my one stop shop for everything from hand sanitizer, to laundry detergent. Founded in 2012 by Jessica Alba (yes, the Jessica Alba) and Christopher Gavigan, The Honest Company has set out to re-define the “family brand”, creating products with less chemicals and higher quality. I think that by switching towards using more eco-friendly products it teaches my kids an important lesson about acknowledging our environment and all that we can do to make the world a safer, healthier, and more honest place. To check out all of the amazing products The Honest Company has to offer, visit www.honest.com.






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