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Johnson’s Baby named No. 1 Baby Care Brand at Brands Annual

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Johnson’s Baby clinched the coveted top spot among Baby Care Brands in Brands Annuals 2017 for the fifth consecutive year recently.
In addition to being recognized as the No. 1 baby care brand in Sri Lanka, Johnson’s Baby secured third place in ‘Sri Lanka’s Most-Loved Brands category’, a revamped category previously identified as ‘Unlisted Brands’. 
Brands Annual 2017is compiled by Brand Finance and presented by Media Services. The list features Sri Lanka’s most valuable brands and is based on comprehensive research and evaluation.
“Johnson’s Baby has a unique 125-year heritage across the world and has been producing quality baby care products for Sri Lankan mothers for more than half a century. Often, we have catered to generations in a family, making Johnson’s Baby one of the most well-loved and trusted brands internationally.We are humbled and proud by the trust and confidence placed in us by families and caregivers who recognize the quality and safety of our products,” commented Niroshan Kodikara, Senior Business Manager, CIC Holdings PLC - Johnson & Johnson Sri Lanka, speaking about the brand’s listing. 
Johnson’s Baby’s research focuses on the development requirements of a happy and healthy baby. As one of the most trusted baby care brands worldwide, Johnson’s Baby products are rigorously tested and created specifically for a baby’s sensitive skin and unique development needs, making it the first choice among baby care products. Johnson’s Baby products are clinically proven for their efficacy and carry trademarked certifications such as ‘Clinically Proven Mildness’ and ‘No More Tears’ which guarantee the mildness and safety of their products. 
Over the years, the brand has worked to disseminate and improve knowledge on pregnancy and baby care, engaging with mothers across the island through pre-natal and post-natal education programs. As a responsible baby care expert, Johnson’s Baby also works closely with healthcare professionals in maternity and neonatology to provide better care for mothers and babies.  
“Internationally, we have been pioneering scientific developments in baby skin care and are proud that our efforts have been recognized in Sri Lanka. This accolade is evidence of the confidence in our products and strong engagement with the community. We are grateful for the trust placed in us and renew our commitment to continue setting the standards in baby skin care,” said Niroshan Kodikara.

 


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