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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!

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.


  • Nobody wants to see their little one battling bug bites, but in Brazil—where this lotion is sold—protecting kids from mosquitoes that can carry diseases is a major priority.

    Johnson’s® Baby Anti-Mosquito Lotion repels mosquitoes and other insects for up to four hours, and is designed to be gentle on delicate skin.
  • Turn down a cone? No need. If you’re lactose intolerant you probably already know about Lactaid® lactose-free milk, which Johnson & Johnson produces in partnership with HP Hood LLC.

    But did you know you can also get your dairy fix from Lactaid ice cream? And come holiday time, you can raise your glass to the brand’s spiced eggnog, too.
  • Ask any parent: Infants are messy. And while Johnson & Johnson has long made products designed to clean little ones themselves, this year the company launched products to clean their clothes, too.

    With the recent debut of Johnson’s® Baby Laundry Detergent in China and India, moms and dads now have a new tool in their laundry arsenal.

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