Throughout its history, Johnson & Johnson has been known for developing and making products in response to needs in society…such as the first commercially available sterile surgical dressings. Occasionally, though, the Company produced a product that helped fill a more unusual need in society. One early product filled not a health care need, but a fashion craze. And that product was…Beauty Spots.
Beauty Spots were small pieces of material – usually black silk or sometimes velvet – with adhesive on the back. They were most commonly shaped like small stars, crescents, arrows, hearts