Give Your Baby The World™
The curl of a tiny finger. The blink of sleepy eyes staring into yours. This whole new person you’ve been waiting so long to meet. As a new mum, you want to give your baby the world. And now, that world is closer than ever. Here at Petite Planet™, we’re curating some of the best wisdom from the global village of motherhood, and sharing it across time and distance. Because seeking out the very best for our babies is what connects mothers all around the world.
About Petite Planet™
Rooted in ritual. Inspired by ingredients. Representing the love of mothers spanning geography and generations. Petite Planet™ combines the knowledge of mothers from around the world with nearly 125 years of JOHNSON’S® research. In discovering these rituals and ingredients, you are walking the path of maternal wisdom, following in the footsteps of mothers who have walked it before you.
We explored the globe, taking inspiration from the mother-baby rituals we found, beloved by mums for generations.
And we curated trusted local ingredients from the Nordic Berry to African Karité (Shea Butter), that make those rituals even more impactful for both mum and baby.
Our products are designed first and foremost to be safe and gentle on baby’s delicate skin. They’re hypoallergenic, suitable for babies’ sensitive skin, and made with no parabens, no phthalates and no dyes.
Every mum wants what’s best for her baby, but millions are unable to access the care necessary for a healthy start, so Johnson & Johnson helps support lifesaving care through Save the Children for mums around the world—to help decrease the number of preventable maternal deaths and, ultimately, help mums and babies thrive.
The fact is that despite major advances in medicine and technology, too many mums are dying due to complications from childbirth. 75% of these deaths are entirely preventable when mothers have access to and are educated on basic health care.
Since 2015, Johnson & Johnson’s support for Save the Children’s prenatal health efforts across Africa have saved the lives of close to 19,000 babies and trained more than 1,100 health care providers in 400 health care facilities across Ethiopia, Malawi, Nigeria and Uganda. In Egypt and the Philippines, approximately 3,000 mothers have received basic, lifesaving health education.