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  • Crystal

    May 31, 2015

    Everyone says she could have done better than her current husband .. I disagree , I think she is happy she has more money than him , it puts her in control , he won’t be going anyplace with his lifestyle 😉

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  • self-made my arse

    May 31, 2015

    Self-made is not right. This woman only started on the business because she had the public profile to give it a start. That was her contribution. I don’t call that self-made. Hollywood made her.

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  • Diamnond

    May 31, 2015

    These products really are wonderful. I’m surprised they’ve been spending money on advertising because the word of mouth is where most business is generated for them, in my experience. These are the only diapers, wipes and cleansers my grandchildren have ever known, at home and at all of their extended family’s homes. I’d endorse them free of charge just to spread the word.

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  • hmm

    May 31, 2015

    she isn’t the CEO of The Honest Company, she’s just an investor and “co-founder” that’s the promotional face of the brand that joined with her business partners because they share a mutual interest in providing an organic line of products for children. The true executive businessmen are CEO Brian Lee, the COO is Sean Kane, and the CPO is Christopher Gavigan

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  • orr

    June 1, 2015

    Good for her she saw a hole in the market and filled it..great to see a celeb working not stripping for their money

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