Jessica Alba's company is on the hot seat again ... another class action lawsuit has been filed over her sunscreen, and this one has painful photographic evidence of scorched kids.
Alba's business, The Honest Company, hawks a SPF 30 sunscreen which is touted as eco-friendly, affordable and natural.
According to the suit, in March the company changed the formula and removed more than half of the zinc oxide, the chemical that provides protection from the sun. Problem is, the company continued to market the product as SPF 30, and the suit claims lots of people, including kids, got burned.
The suit asked for a minimum of $5 million. It follows another class action suit against Honest, which makes similar claims about the sunscreen not working.