She has been busy promoting her healthy living book The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You.
And it was more work on Thursday for Jessica Alba as she met with her agent in Century City.
The 31-year-old beauty teamed a peach shirt and cream jacket with her jeans, and the shades were perfect for the fresh spring LA day.
The actress completed her look with strappy peach sandals and a white applique detailed tote. Jessica's make up was also in peachy tones.
Working mother: Jessica Alba, 31, was spotted visiting her agent's office in Century City on Thursday. The actress has been busy lately promoting her new book
The Sin City star has two daughters with husband Cash Warren, 34 - four-year-old Honor, and 20-month-old Haven.
Jessica launched The Honest Company after Haven was born, and running the company has given her a new confidence in her abilities.In an interview with April's Latina magazine, Jessica admitted that she is more fulfilled doing business for her brand which focuses on non-toxic products for family use.'Honest Company has weirdly allowed me to be more creative in my roles, and really work with people I love and appreciate and want to learn from,' Jessica revealed.
'This is where my work is now.'
The collection specialises in organically-produced nappies, baby wipes and bath products, which the star uses on her own children.
Spring day: the Sin City actress dressed in pastel shades for the fresh March sunshine
She created the company because she feared big brand baby products could be harmful to her little ones.'I had an allergic reaction to this quote/unquote baby detergent and I was like if this is making me have a reaction what will it do to my child?
'I did a lot of research and I found out that there's lots of toxic chemicals in everything from baby detergent to shampoos and other cleaning products.
The Sin City star has two daughters by husband Cash Warren, 34
'So it began and created the honest company because I was like families need one trusted company that has high quality, high performance products that don't have toxic chemicals.'The book not only talks about her new business venture, but it also peeks into Jessica's life raising two young children in Hollywood.
'It's really hard to find baby products that use non-toxic chemicals that mothers can trust,' she explained.
Jessica launched The Honest Company after becoming a mother, and running the company has given her a new confidence in her abilities
'Major corporate brands that label their products "eco-friendly" or "non-toxic" are usually referring to the way they make their packaging, not their product.'
Jessica gives tips in The Honest Life on living well, parenting and healthy eating.
'I absolutely do these things,' she said recently. 'That's why I wrote the book.'
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