|Products||Botox, Acular, Acuvail, Alocril, Prevage, Avage, Tazorac, Juvederm, Lap-band, Restasis, Alphagan, Ganfort, Hydrafill, Optive|
|Revenue||US$5.8 Billion (2012):F-5|
|Operating income||US$1.6 Billion (2012):F-5|
|Net income||US$1.1 Billion (2012):F-6|
|Total assets||US$9.2 Billion (2012):F-4|
|Total equity||US$5.9 Billion (2012):F-4|
|Employees||10,800:20 (~2,000 in R&D):8 (2012)|
The company produces neurologic product, Botox, which is used around the world to treat a variety of debilitating disorders associated with muscle overactivity and the company also owns the trade names Botox Cosmetic and Vistabel—for the treatment of facial lines.
On April 23, 2001, the company participated in annual meeting of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (London to Tues).
The company is a member of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). The company is also the state corporate co-chair of Tennessee, a "Chairman" level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference, and a member of Louisiana Host Committee.
On March 1st, 2013, the company entirely acquired MAP Pharmaceuticals Inc., which is a development-stage company mainly researches on treatment of migraine and other oral drugs in Neurology. The principal products of this sub-company are under review with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 
In 2011, FDA reported issues in the investigation of safety of Silicone Gel-Filled Breast Implants. However, the company announced later the reassurance to patients of the safety and exclusion of its drugs from the investigated breast implant devices, stating that all of its products are above safety standards around the world.
In December 2013, the company sold its obesity intervention business to Apollo Endosurgery, Inc., for a cash payment of $75 million and a $15 million minority equity interest in Apollo Endosurgery.
- NATRELLE: Breast Implants (Silicone and Saline)
- LAP-BAND: An adjustable gastric band, inserted laparoscopically (in most circumstances); a restrictive device implanted via bariatric surgery and designed for obese patients with a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or greater.
- ORBERA SYSTEM: An intragastric balloon, inserted endoscopically; designed to assist weight loss by partially filling the stomach and inducing satiety for overweight patients with a body mass index (BMI) of 27 or greater.
- LUMIGAN: anti-glaucoma medication containing the active ingredient bimatoprost.
- Alphagan P: anti-(glaucoma) medication containing the active ingredient (brimonidine)
- ACULAR LS
- ACZONE: for Acne control
- Pred Forte: 1% prednisolone acetate suspension for reducing swelling, redness, itching, and allergic reactions affecting the eye
- ZYMAR .3%
- Zymaxid .5%
- F M L (fluorometholone)
- Combigan: anti-(glaucoma) medication containing a combination of active ingredients (brimonidine) and (timolol)
- BOTOX: anti-spasm medication containing the active ingredient botulinum toxin.
- REFRESH: artificial tears containing carboxymethylcellulose
- DRY EYE THERAPY
- LASTACAFT® (alcaftadine ophthalmic solution) 0.25%
- REDNESS RELIEF
- OPTIVE: most advanced retail dry-eye treatment
- RESTASIS: dry eye treatment containing cyclosporine.
- JUVEDERM: used cosmetically for wrinkles and fine lines. ** TAZORAC: for severe acne and psoriasis
- LATISSE: used to lengthen and thicken eyelashes (attenuated version of Lumigan)
- OZURDEX: for BRVO and CRVO
- VIVITE: Complete Facial Line
- SKINMEDICA: Complete Facial Line
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