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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Dorothy Gray’s Various – Dorothy Gray Salons urge special attention for 3 "age-sign" areas (1938)
Dorothy Gray’s Various – Dorothy Gray Salons urge special attention for 3 "age-sign" areas (1938)
Coty Emeraude Le Vertige Treasure Chest Perfume (1937)
Coty Emeraude Le Vertige Treasure Chest Perfume (1937)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – Love & Kisses for Baby-Clear Skin (1935)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – Love & Kisses for Baby-Clear Skin (1935)
Listerine Mouthwash Gets rid of Dandruff (1930)
Listerine Mouthwash Gets rid of Dandruff (1930)
Marion Lambert’s Dew Deodorant – When Nervousness Makes You Perspire dew Will Keep Your Secret (1938)
Marion Lambert’s Dew Deodorant – When Nervousness Makes You Perspire dew Will Keep Your Secret (1938)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – Famous screen-star also an aviatrix and crack tennis player. Viola Dana gives her views on bathing and building health. (1930)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – Famous screen-star also an aviatrix and crack tennis player. Viola Dana gives her views on bathing and building health. (1930)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – "Thanks, nurse!" (1934)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – "Thanks, nurse!" (1934)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – "Say, Carrie, Where’s The Lava Soap? How Do You Expect Me To Get My Hands Clean Without It?" (1934)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – "Say, Carrie, Where’s The Lava Soap? How Do You Expect Me To Get My Hands Clean Without It?" (1934)
Dr. West’s Double-Quick Toothpaste – "NIX! Not for me... Sailors with dull-white teeth can stay on their battle wagons!" (1935)
Dr. West’s Double-Quick Toothpaste – "NIX! Not for me... Sailors with dull-white teeth can stay on their battle wagons!" (1935)
Kotex Company’s Wondersoft Kotex – Confidential...To Women Only (1938)
Kotex Company’s Wondersoft Kotex – Confidential...To Women Only (1938)
Boraxo
Boraxo
Palmolive Soap (1931)
Palmolive Soap (1931)
Kotex Company’s "Phantom" Kotex Sanitary Napkins – Absolutely new (1932)
Kotex Company’s "Phantom" Kotex Sanitary Napkins – Absolutely new (1932)
Camay the Soap of Beautiful Women (1936)
Camay the Soap of Beautiful Women (1936)