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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Elizabeth Arden – Elizabeth Arden’s Five-Point Plan. Beauty, Youth, Slenderness, Grace, Health (1933)
Elizabeth Arden – Elizabeth Arden’s Five-Point Plan. Beauty, Youth, Slenderness, Grace, Health (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – Now Dull, Dry Hair Takes On Thrilling Beauty -After This New Kind of Drene Shampoo (1938)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – Now Dull, Dry Hair Takes On Thrilling Beauty -After This New Kind of Drene Shampoo (1938)
Elizabeth Arden – Elizabeth Arden (1936)
Elizabeth Arden – Elizabeth Arden (1936)
Calay Beauty Soap (1931)
Calay Beauty Soap (1931)
Jantzen
Jantzen
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – The Man Who Threw Away Love (1931)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – The Man Who Threw Away Love (1931)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – "His eyes don’t stray to other faces since I took my beauty expert’s advice" (1932)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – "His eyes don’t stray to other faces since I took my beauty expert’s advice" (1932)
Lavoris Mouthwash (1931)
Lavoris Mouthwash (1931)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – "Why do I always have a Hangnail?" (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – "Why do I always have a Hangnail?" (1933)
McGregor Sportswear Week
McGregor Sportswear Week
Modess Sanitary Napkins Story Board (1939)
Modess Sanitary Napkins Story Board (1939)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – If you want a baby-smooth skin, use the baby’s beauty treatment (1934)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – If you want a baby-smooth skin, use the baby’s beauty treatment (1934)
Fabric Fashions
Fabric Fashions