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If you’ve found yourself living anywhere but under a rock in the past few years, you’ll know that long gone are the days of “wash-and-go.” And here to stay are the three, five, and seven-step skincare routines that include cleansing, exfoliating, moisturizing, and everything in-between. The problem? No one skincare routine or product works for us all.
In today’s world, there aren’t many things in our daily lives that don’t involve digital technology. Trends are emerging involving how we adopt digital tools, and the new ways scientists innovate to improve everyday life. But exactly how are scientists improving our day-to-day lives?
When it comes to their children, parents care deeply about what goes into the products they use. Launching Vivvi & Bloom, our new skin and hair care brand co-created from the collective experiences and expectations of real parents with diverse backgrounds.
Oral health researchers have known for some time that a complete routine of brushing, flossing and rinsing is important to achieving better oral health outcomes. But not all oral health care routines are created equally.
At JOHNSON’S® Baby, we know that parents and caregivers often become more concerned about the environment once they have a baby, so we’re making it easier for families to make more sustainable choices.
Last month, the Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health team attended the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) annual meeting—the largest dermatology conference in the world—bringing together the brightest and most innovative minds in skin health.
In 2020, we began an ambitious mission to improve people's health while improving the health of the planet. We laid out big, audacious goals and committed $800 million to make them a reality.
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Healthy lives depend on a healthy planet, which is why our scientists work tirelessly to develop products that make you feel confident in the outcomes they'll deliver for your family and for our planet, every day. Some personal care products wash off the body and small amounts may find their way into our...