Gwyneth Paltrow brands Jessica Alba’s cleaning product as potentially hazardous


Writing a newsletter for her website Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow commented on one of Jessica Alba‘s eco-friendly products, saying it’s not as safe as it claims to be.

After reviewing The Honest Company’s All-Purpose Cleaner with experts, Gwyneth concluded that the cleaning agent from Alba’s ”nontoxic” line is potentially hazardous.

She wrote: ”Many of the ‘clean’ products I proudly use (and have even touted on goop) have turned out to be a product of marketing, rather than actually safe.”

Experts from the Environmental Working Group said that Jessica’s product ”may contain ingredients with potential for acute aquatic toxicity; respiratory effects; nervous system effects.”

Gwyneth added: ”I will never give up my perfume, but maybe I can switch to greener and unscented laundry detergent, and remove some of the hand soaps I thought were great until I checked them on . . . Food for thought.”


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One response to “Gwyneth Paltrow brands Jessica Alba’s cleaning product as potentially hazardous”

  1. Hamilton says:

    She said the words potentially and not actually. So Gwen is being far from honest, and to make strong allegations like that and literally try and ruin a brand she needs to explain how they ACTUALLY ARE toxic. Is it the plastic bottle itself? Is there a chemical compound in the product….what is Gwen so against?