Jessica Alba Teaches Jimmy Fallon Her Skin Care Routine To Raise Donations For Families In Need

Actress Jessica Alba was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, April 2. During the nine minute television segment, Alba taught Fallon her daily skin care routine from her beautiful closet at home, according to E! Online. While their masks dried, she also discussed what her business, The Honest Co., is doing for families in need.

While social distancing during the coronavirus outbreak, Alba explained that she has been taking a bit of extra time for herself, completing a facial mask each morning. It's just one way the actress has been showing herself some love and self-care.

"I think, right now, it's a really important time to do self-care. I think self-care is super important and I always start my self-care routine, which is daily–especially when I'm on Zoom calls–with my mask," Alba said.

Fallon followed along in his bathroom with items he had at home. The routine began with Alba stating Fallon may or may not need a headband because he has "a pretty good hairline." The actress donned a soft spa headband with animal ears. Fallon had a delightfully surprising headband of his own. His 5-year-old daughter, Franny, allowed her dad to borrow one of her headbands, which also had animal ears.

The pair applied the Honest-branded beauty masks. Alba explained the skin care benefits of the different kinds of masks both she and Fallon were using. After the masks dried and Fallon removed his, he fawned over his skin.

"Oh, I feel good. I feel fresh and I feel clean," he said.

Before concluding the segment, Alba again encouraged fans and viewers to contribute to her company's campaign to provide essential items to families in need. The Honest Co. is donating items like diapers, wipes, and shampoo to those who need it most during the pandemic. So far, the company itself has donated 3 million diapers, 20,000 wipes, and 20,000 personal care products.

"But there's...literally, like, that is the number one need for families in poverty, but also families that are out of work. They have to choose between diapers and they shouldn't have to," she told Fallon.

Earlier in the show, her husband, Cash Warren, made a quick appearance. Alba also plugged his company, Pair of Thieves, which is donating masks to health care professionals working to end the coronavirus pandemic. Fallon ended the segment by telling viewers they can visit the websites for both The Honest Co. and Pair of Thieves to make donations.