First aid kits
When the company was founded in 1886, sterile packaging wasn’t yet available—so delivering its surgical supplies and household hygiene products to hospitals and consumers required ingenuity and design smarts. Here’s the story of the changing face of packaging at Johnson & Johnson.
Packing the right essentials can make or break your summer getaway. But did you know many of those must-haves have been Johnson & Johnson innovations?
Lights, camera, action! Fun stories of when Hollywood played a starring role in Johnson & Johnson’s history
In time for awards show season, we roll out our own red carpet to reveal which old-school stars and starlets of the silver screen had connections to the company.
The largest healthcare company in the world began as a simple partnership among three forward-thinking siblings. We explore the lasting impact James, Edward Mead and Robert Johnson, the company’s first president, had on Johnson & Johnson.
The company invented the first commercial first aid kit 130 years ago—and then proceeded to roll out innovative spinoffs designed to help treat everything from war wounds to snake bites.
Johnson & Johnson has been in the innovation business for more than 130 years. Check out these first-of-their-kind company products, which have revolutionized flu protection and even changed the way we wear contact lenses.
In honor of National Aviation History Month, we’re looking at the launch of the Aerokit, a first aid kit for pioneering pilots.
From the creation of sterile surgical sutures in 1887 to the debut of the first water-resistant sunscreen in 1976, these products were some of the most significant inventions of their time.
From Antarctica to outer space, learn about the surprising locales where Johnson & Johnson items have popped up.