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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Imperial Salons, Ltd.’s Imperial formula – The Seal of Royal Tradition (1936)
Imperial Salons, Ltd.’s Imperial formula – The Seal of Royal Tradition (1936)
Lewis Manufacturing Company’s Curads Sanitary Napkins – Now... an Improved Curads still further refinements in quality (1930)
Lewis Manufacturing Company’s Curads Sanitary Napkins – Now... an Improved Curads still further refinements in quality (1930)
Richard Hudnut Eye Matched Makeup (1936)
Richard Hudnut Eye Matched Makeup (1936)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – Hair That Thrills! Here’s the Hollywood Way to Beautiful Hair. (1938)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – Hair That Thrills! Here’s the Hollywood Way to Beautiful Hair. (1938)
Listerine Tooth Paste Charm & Distinctio (1935)
Listerine Tooth Paste Charm & Distinctio (1935)
Marion Lambert’s Dew Deodorant – When Emotions are stirred... (1937)
Marion Lambert’s Dew Deodorant – When Emotions are stirred... (1937)
Jayson
Jayson
Lentheric – Bouquet Lentheric, the daytime fragrance (1939)
Lentheric – Bouquet Lentheric, the daytime fragrance (1939)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – What Fools Wives Are To Let Themselves Get "Middle-Age" Skin (1938)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – What Fools Wives Are To Let Themselves Get "Middle-Age" Skin (1938)
Richard Hudnut – Every woman can be attractive (1932)
Richard Hudnut – Every woman can be attractive (1932)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – It’s One Thing To Get A Husband... It’s Another To Keep Him- I Know (1937)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – It’s One Thing To Get A Husband... It’s Another To Keep Him- I Know (1937)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – Longer Time Between Shaves when you use Colgate’s (1930)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – Longer Time Between Shaves when you use Colgate’s (1930)
Richard Hudnut’s Poudre Le Debut – Noses, Chins and Cheeks... An excursion into physiognomy for doctors (and their wives and daughters, too) (1930)
Richard Hudnut’s Poudre Le Debut – Noses, Chins and Cheeks... An excursion into physiognomy for doctors (and their wives and daughters, too) (1930)