Kailyn Lowry is not holding back! The Teen Mom 2 star recently took to Twitter to call out Jessica Alba, and she's clearly not a happy customer. Kail gave birth to Baby Lo last month, and after opening a box of The Honest Company's ~moldy~ wipes — which Jessica co-founded — the reality star questioned the actress. Watch the video below to see what she had to say.
Yet this isn't the first time The Honest Company has had an issue with mold in their products. In May, they recalled certain lots of their baby wipes because of a possible mold contamination problem. Co-founder Christoper Gavigan explained, "Recently it came to our attention during routine quality testing that certain lots of our wipes were not meeting our high standards," he said. "A recent quality audit concluded that there is the potential for the presence of mold in certain lots of our wipes resulting in staining. The aesthetics are unacceptable and we believe any of the affected products are not likely to cause adverse health consequences."
Kail welcomed her third child, another boy, with her ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez on Aug. 4, 2017, but she has yet to give him a name! Although she sparked rumors that she named her newborn "Murphy Nixon," she insisted that this isn't the case. Rumors first started swirling when she shared a photo of the father-son duo on her Snapchat under that caption. "That’s not his name. He still doesn’t have a name. Chris and I just can’t decide," she told RadarOnline. However, according to Snapchats Kail posted on Sept. 18, a name has actually been chosen, she just hasn't made an announcement yet. Stay tuned!
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