Vintage Ad Browser

Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Norwich Pharmacal Co.’s Amolin Deodorant Powder – A debutante confesses (1930)
Norwich Pharmacal Co.’s Amolin Deodorant Powder – A debutante confesses (1930)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Hair Tonic – Dandruff has not place in "close-ups" like this (1937)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Hair Tonic – Dandruff has not place in "close-ups" like this (1937)
Elizabeth Arden’s Exercise and Skin Treatment – Labels (1935)
Elizabeth Arden’s Exercise and Skin Treatment – Labels (1935)
Kreml’s hair tonic – The Hairs Of Your Head Are Numbered (1935)
Kreml’s hair tonic – The Hairs Of Your Head Are Numbered (1935)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Brush – Special for your Vacation...or any trip (1931)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Brush – Special for your Vacation...or any trip (1931)
Elizabeth Arden – Farewell To Age -by Elizabeth Arden (1933)
Elizabeth Arden – Farewell To Age -by Elizabeth Arden (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – Ivory Soap at the lowest prices in 17 years. Millions are using Ivory for everything...for face, bath, dishes, fine fabrics, nice cottons and linens (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – Ivory Soap at the lowest prices in 17 years. Millions are using Ivory for everything...for face, bath, dishes, fine fabrics, nice cottons and linens (1933)
Invincible Work Shirts
Invincible Work Shirts
Daniel Greens
Daniel Greens
Phillips Milk of Magnesia Laxative (1933)
Phillips Milk of Magnesia Laxative (1933)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Hair Tonic – For healthy hair, use Wildroot Hair Tonic instead of water (1934)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Hair Tonic – For healthy hair, use Wildroot Hair Tonic instead of water (1934)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Palmolive Soap – This Matter of "PATIENT COMFORT"- (1934)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Palmolive Soap – This Matter of "PATIENT COMFORT"- (1934)