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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Real Silk Hosiery
Real Silk Hosiery
Dorothy Gray – "Can this be the deb’s Mother?" (1936)
Dorothy Gray – "Can this be the deb’s Mother?" (1936)
Sweaters for Boys
Sweaters for Boys
Elizabeth Arden – The Hours (1932)
Elizabeth Arden – The Hours (1932)
Kotex Company’s Wondersoft Kotex – "Can’t Chafe" means more than ever on active Summer days (1936)
Kotex Company’s Wondersoft Kotex – "Can’t Chafe" means more than ever on active Summer days (1936)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – Believe it or not, you’ve got waterproof whiskers, too. (1933)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – Believe it or not, you’ve got waterproof whiskers, too. (1933)
Richard Hudnut’s Marvelous Matched Makeup – Hazel-Eyed Girls Like Gloria Stuart (1939)
Richard Hudnut’s Marvelous Matched Makeup – Hazel-Eyed Girls Like Gloria Stuart (1939)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Trust no substitute because "it looks like Kotex" (1931)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Trust no substitute because "it looks like Kotex" (1931)
Dorothy Gray – Sun Control (1936)
Dorothy Gray – Sun Control (1936)
Tampax’s Tampons – No Belts No Pins No Pads No Odor (1939)
Tampax’s Tampons – No Belts No Pins No Pads No Odor (1939)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Charming at 16 she’ll be glamorous at 30 if she keeps that schoolgirl complexion. (1933)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Charming at 16 she’ll be glamorous at 30 if she keeps that schoolgirl complexion. (1933)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Paste – Risk May Be Fun. . . (1932)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Paste – Risk May Be Fun. . . (1932)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – A Small-bubble Shave outlasts all others (1931)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – A Small-bubble Shave outlasts all others (1931)