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Jessica Alba co-founded The Honest Company, which sells diapers, baby wipes and laundry detergent. It is accused of falsifying the ingredients that it uses. (Photo: Chris Pizello/Invision via AP Photo)

The Honest Co. has been hit with about a dozen class actions claiming it’s anything but honest when it comes to the ingredients in its products.

Most of the suits allege that its laundry detergent, dish soap and multiple-surface cleaner contain sodium lauryl sulfate, which can irritate the skin, despite statements by the company that they don’t use the harsh chemical. Other suits have been brought over its infant formula and sunscreen.

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