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      6 things we bet you didn’t know were made by Johnson & Johnson

      You’re likely familiar with our baby shampoo. And we’re guessing you’ve heard about our bandages. But ice cream? That’s right—a few of the products we make might surprise you!

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      Now that the warm-weather season is in full swing, you might be delighted to learn that Johnson & Johnson makes a few products that are perfect for the dog days of summer.

      Like ice cream for people who can’t digest dairy—July is National Ice Cream Month, after all—and anti-mosquito baby lotion.

      And that’s not all that might surprise you.

      Read on to learn about more unexpected products in Johnson & Johnson’s international roster.


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