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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Schick Electric Mens Shaver (1938)
Schick Electric Mens Shaver (1938)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Her figure...stunning But her skin, Tragic (1932)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Her figure...stunning But her skin, Tragic (1932)
Frances Denney’s Under-Tone – Frances Denney Introduces Under-Tone For Dry Skin (1939)
Frances Denney’s Under-Tone – Frances Denney Introduces Under-Tone For Dry Skin (1939)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Now great advance in sanitary protection, Equalizer Kotex gives 20 to 30% greater protection (1933)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Now great advance in sanitary protection, Equalizer Kotex gives 20 to 30% greater protection (1933)
Polly Walker Photo Antique Lux Soap (1930)
Polly Walker Photo Antique Lux Soap (1930)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – Goodbye "Knuckle-Grime" Lava Soap brings Good Times (1936)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – Goodbye "Knuckle-Grime" Lava Soap brings Good Times (1936)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Love is Such A Precious Thing (1939)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Love is Such A Precious Thing (1939)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – "I Thought I Was Doomed To Dull, Unattractive Hair Until I Tried Drene" (1937)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – "I Thought I Was Doomed To Dull, Unattractive Hair Until I Tried Drene" (1937)
Lever Brothers Ltd.’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – No Ordinary Soap Stops "B.O." as Lifebuoy Does (1938)
Lever Brothers Ltd.’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – No Ordinary Soap Stops "B.O." as Lifebuoy Does (1938)
Dentinol & Pyorrhocide Co.’s Pyorrhocide Powder – How Old Are You?
Dentinol & Pyorrhocide Co.’s Pyorrhocide Powder – How Old Are You?
Cleansing Cream – Inc. Mary Pickford Cosmetics (1939)
Cleansing Cream – Inc. Mary Pickford Cosmetics (1939)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – Shaving Throws Your Razor For A Loss Because Your Whiskers Are As Waterproof As A Duck’s Back (1934)
Colgate & Company’s Colgate’s Rapid-Shave Cream – Shaving Throws Your Razor For A Loss Because Your Whiskers Are As Waterproof As A Duck’s Back (1934)