Washington, D.C.—The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) has welcomed Church & Dwight, Co., Inc., Bridges Consumer Healthcare, and Rhinomed Inc. to its association. The three companies manufacture over-the-counter medicines, dietary supplements, and consumer medical devices.
“We are delighted to welcome Church & Dwight, Bridges, and Rhinomed as our newest members,” said Scott Melville, President and CEO of CHPA, in the press release. “Church & Dwight has been a consumer products leader with iconic brands for well over a century, while Bridges and Rhinomed are newer, emerging businesses. Together, these companies represent the diversity of CHPA’s membership and the increasing variety of self-care options available to consumers in today’s rapidly-changing personal healthcare marketplace.”
Notable products lines from Church & Dwight include Orajel, Zicam, Vitafusion, and Trojan. Bridges Consumer Healthcare is known for Cystex and Certain-Dri, Florajen and Thermacare Heatwraps. Rhinomed, a medical technology company, has worked on respiratory technologies including Turbine, Mute, and Pronto product lines aimed at improving breathing during sleep.
“Growth in consumer healthcare is being driven by demand for innovative, reliable, and accessible self-care products across multiple categories,” said Melville. “CHPA is the home for healthcare companies like Church & Dwight, Bridges, and Rhinomed that are shaping the future of personal healthcare. The role of self-care has never been more important, as consumers, healthcare professionals, regulators, policymakers, and payers increasingly recognize the value of self-care in healthcare overall.”