Spring Break: Jessica Alba shows off sensational bikini body as she goes snorkeling
Actress Jessica Alba showed off the results of her healthy lifestyle as she hit the beach in a blue bikini.
The 33-year-old flashed her honed and toned limbs as she entered the sea while on vacation in the Caribbean.
The Sin City star is on holiday with her husband Cash Warren and their two daughter Honor and Haven.
The dedicated mum is enjoying some downtime, but proved keeping active is still her top priority as she posted a snapshot from the hotel gym to her Instagram account.
The American A lister also runs a successful business called The Honest Company, which makes toxin-free household goods and baby products.
The company, which was formed in 2012, was recently valued at almost $1 billion.
The stunning actress recently said that she hopes her daughters will take the reins of the business when they grow up.
“I really am building The Honest Company for them,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I'm really hoping that The Honest Company is some place that they would like to work later, when they're older.”
“I hope they're inspired to be entrepreneurs,” Jessica went on. “And to really push the envelope on you know what they can do with their life and how they can make an impact.”
Aside from selling natural products, the company has also partnered with Safe Kids coalition and Baby to Baby to help teach new mothers about child safety issues. One of the problems they’re addressing is that thousands of babies die each year from suffocation.
“I mean it's horrific, obviously,” Jessica said of the issue. “But it's preventable at the end of the day. People need access to good, quality education and they need access to the answers. So, we're here at The Honest Company to do that.”
Before jetting to St Barths for the Spring break getaway with her family, Jessica spent several months in Bangkok, Thailand where she was filming the Dennis Gansel directed movie Mechanic: Resurrection.
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