Brands Owned by Johnson & Johnson

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What does Johnson & Johnson own? Does Johnson & Johnson own Aveeno, Tylenol, Nicorette, Band-Aid, or Pepcid? What about the brand that produced the medical device in your knee or the prescription drug you’re taking? Chances are good that if you’ve gone to a drugstore in America, your eyes have landed on a few iconic Johnson & Johnson brands. There are more than 250 Johnson & Johnson subsidiaries in 60 countries, and they have hundreds of consumer health products associated with their various brands as well as dozens of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and even several food products.

Many people are simply not aware of how much this massive pharmaceutical company owns, so we created a glimpse of their diverse and massive lineup with a quick Johnson & Johnson products list.

Before we dive in, let’s address another question: Who owns Johnson & Johnson? Ranked 37 on the Fortune 100 and ranked as the top pharmaceutical company in the world by revenue, the Johnson & Johnson company is owned by a group of stakeholders, not a single individual. The company earned more than $81 billion in revenue in 2019 and has nearly $153 billion in assets.

Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky recently ducked out of an official hearing on carcinogents after the company conducted a Johnson & Johnson baby powder recall due to traces of asbestos. The Johnson & Johnson opioid trial has also somewhat painted the company in a bad light, causing some to question, “Is Johnson & Johnson safe?” To find that answer, we must first ask the question, “What does Johnson & Johnson produce?” Let’s examine a list of Johnson & Johnson brands, including both companies owned by Johnson & Johnson and the types of products one might find on the shelf.

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What Does Johnson & Johnson Own?

Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products for General Health

  • Tylenol
  • Motrin
  • Zyrtec
  • Benadryl
  • Benylin
  • BENGAY
  • Zarbee’s
  • Imodium
  • Rhinocort
  • Nicorette
  • Pepcid
  • Sudafed
  • Listerine
  • Band-Aid
  • Neosporin
  • Polysporin
  • Caladryl
  • Johnson’s (including Baby Powder)
  • Desitin
  • Penaten
  • Maui Moisture
  • Carefree
  • Stayfree
  • Compeed
  • Rembrandt
  • Mylanta
  • Tucks

Johnson & Johnson Food Products

  • Splenda
  • Lactaid
  • Benecol

Johnson & Johnson Cosmetic Products and Skin Products

  • Clean & Clear
  • C&C By Clean & Clear
  • OGX
  • Neutrogena
  • Aveeno
  • Aveeno Baby
  • Dr.Ci:Labo
  • Neostrata
  • Exuviance
  • Dabao
  • bebe
  • Genomer
  • Sundown
  • Rogaine
  • Women’s Rogaine
  • Regaine
  • Labo Labo
  • Lubriderm
  • PizBuin
  • Le Petit Marseillais

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care

  • Acuvue
  • Abbott Medical Optics
  • Tear Science
  • Visine

Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies

  • Acclarent
  • Biosense Webster
  • Cerenovus
  • DePuy Synthes
  • Ethicon
  • Mentor

Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Companies

  • Janssen
  • Actelion
  • Cilag
  • Crucell
  • Novira

This list of Johnson & Johnson products doesn’t necessarily cover everything, as their main pharmaceutical company, Janssen, produces hundreds of popular brand-name drugs, vaccines, and treatments. While a Johnson & Johnson lawsuit has brought one of their most common products, baby powder, under a microscope, it’s important to understand that this big pharma company owns so much of what Americans use every day to heal wounds and prevent illness.