Introducing Jessica Alba’s New Baby: The Honest Company
Having recently heard of Jessica Alba’s new business venture The Honest Company – I was curious to check out the products. So when I was sent a box of products from the eco-friendly line I was thrilled. First, let me tell you what the site is about first.
Alba, along with the other founders Christopher Gavigan, Brian Lee and Sean Kane have launched honest.com – where you can buy family essentials offered through a monthly subscription service.
You’ll find diapers, wipes, bath/skin care, and household cleaning products all made from totally natural, non-toxic ingredients and packaged using modern designs.
The products are curated into personalized bundles that are automatically shipped every month, and parents can try a free Discovery Kit, that includes a sample pack of diapers and wipes, or trial-sized versions of the bath, skin and cleaning products. It’s an easy process, and members at Honest.com can purchase a monthly supply of non-toxic stylish diapers competitively priced at less than $20 a week, and can also choose a monthly supply of the body care and home cleaning essentials for under $9 a week.
REVIEW: Okay, so the first thing I tried was the cute printed diapers to use on my daughter. She’s not potty trained yet so still has to wear them at nighttime or when she has accidents when out in stores, etc.
She wanted to wear the diaper with the ice cream pattern right away. This was going to be the true test. Can she wear the diaper without it leaking throughout the night? She happily put it on herself – sticking the tabs on the sides. The result? In the morning the diaper managed not to leak and she was kept dry!
As for the household products – I know I will use the Honest Multi-Surface Cleaner (grapefruit) and the handsoap all the time.
I think The Honest Company are for parents who want the convenience of having these family essentials delivered rather than go to the store to stock up on baby things like diapers. It’s a plus that the products are non-t0xic and safe for to use. Check The Hones Company out!