Jessica Alba: Honest is actually a brand you can trust

Have you bought Honest Company detergent? You may be able to get some cash back.

Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company has agreed to pay $1.55 million to settle a nationwide class action suit claiming of which the idea misled customers about the ingredients in its laundry detergent, dish soap in addition to multipurpose cleaner.

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Customers who bought the products will be able to apply for a refund, pending court approval of the deal.

Those without receipts can receive up to $50, according to court documents. Those who held onto proof of purchase can file for more.

The suit stems through a March 2016 Wall Street Journal investigation, which found of which Honest detergent contained a chemical the idea promised to leave out.

Honest advertised its detergent as free of sodium lauryl sulfate, a common cleaning agent, in addition to said the idea used the gentler sodium coco sulfate instead.

Related: Honest Company sued for alleged false labeling

yet the Journal’s reporting concluded of which SLS is actually a component of SCS. quite a few lawsuits were filed shortly thereafter.

As part of the settlement, Honest has agreed to reformulate the cleaning products so they’re free of both chemicals. the idea still rejects any wrongdoing.

“We vigorously deny any in addition to all allegations alleged inside the lawsuit — specifically of which any of our cleaning products contain SLS,” spokeswoman Karen Richman said in a statement. “However, given the fact of which continued litigation could be protracted in addition to expensive, we have settled This particular lawsuit to limit further costs in addition to distraction to our business.”

Douglas Millen, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, declined to comment.

The Honest Company is actually no stranger to legal action. In September 2015, the company was sued by a customer who said its sunscreen doesn’t work in addition to isn’t genuinely “natural.” in addition to in April 2016, the Organic Consumers Association filed a suit claiming of which Honest baby formula contains ingredients of which aren’t genuinely organic.

The baby formula case was dismissed by a judge in December. Claims about the company’s sunscreen are still being litigated.

Honest has also issued two voluntary product recalls This particular year. Last month, the idea recalled packages of baby wipes over concerns they contain mold. In January, the idea recalled its baby powder due to fears the idea could cause skin or eye infections.

sy88pgw (brand new York) First published June 7, 2017: 6:16 PM ET


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