After watching the video, one Instagram user called out Bell for being a hypocrite, writing, "So your kids deserve privacy but you don't mind exploiting other people's children for monetary gain?"
Bell, who never publicly shares pics of her children's faces on social media, was quick to respond, explaining why "there's a big difference" between the two scenarios.
"If [Dax and I] expose our kids' faces, there is a real threat of them getting stalked, or of a stranger coming up to them and knowing their name," she said. "It's a safety thing."
"I don't fault other parents for showing their kids when they don't have the same safety concerns," she added. "And Jordan is not the little girl's real name, FYI."
When ET caught up with the Good Place star at the 24th annual Critics' Choice Awards earlier this year, she explained the cute reason why she doesn't let her kids help her get red carpet ready.
"My stylist is also my best friend, Nicole Chavez, so I have a lot of fun with her picking out clothes," Bell said. "But then, no, we gotta be very careful. Because the kids' fingers are always sticky. And my husband, he doesn't even know how to put it back on the hanger, so he doesn't understand dresses."