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Jessica Alba sends safe baby products to Hilary Duff from Honest.comJessica Alba sends safe baby products to Hilary Duff from Honest.com

Jessica Alba Sends Hilary Duff Eco-Baby Gift from Honest.com

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New mom Hilary Duff is probably receiving all kinds of baby gifts from family and friends since the arrival of her little boy. We’d guess that amongst the many gifts from famous friends, only one gave items from their personal eco-friendly line.

Jessica Alba sent Duff a package of items from her new safe and healthy baby product line at Honest.com.

Duff tweeted her excitement over the gift, “Thanks @honest & @jessicaalba for the box of goodies for Luca!The whole line looks amazing!Excited to try everything 🙂 http://pic.twitter.com/XuTuERfi.”

After giving birth to her own little girls, Honor and Haven, Alba realized she and other moms needed baby items that were non-toxic and overall safe for their children. The ending product was Honest.com where diapers, cleansers, creams and many other merchandise is sold.

“When I became a mom, I finally became the person I am, that I always should have been. It’s the most satisfying job in the world. But, it can also be overwhelming and confusing. I created The Honest Company to help moms and to give all children a better, safer start,” Alba explained.

Now, Duff can use these safer items for her brand new baby boy. The 24-year-old actress and husband, Mike Comrie, welcomed Luca Cruz into the world on March 20, 2012.

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