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Jessica Alba's company allegedly made false claims about its products and now it's paying the price.
Axar.az reports citing TMZ.
Alba's Honest Company has agreed to fork over $1.55 mil to settle claims it misled customers into thinking its soaps and cleaning products didn't contain a certain chemical, but they did.
According to the suit, the actress' company marketed products as being free of sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). Turns out it IS an ingredient in a different compound used in its products.
The company's agreed to pay consumers who feel they got duped. They can get a check or Honest.com credits. The company's also vowed to fix its marketing mistakes, and claims it's already reformulated products to address the issue.
2017.06.09 / 13:24