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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Listerine’s Tooth Paste supercharged with (1938)
Listerine’s Tooth Paste supercharged with (1938)
Dorothy Gray – Preface to a New York Evening (1935)
Dorothy Gray – Preface to a New York Evening (1935)
Yardley & Co., Ltd.’s Yardley’s English Lavender – So That This Rose Shall Never Wither (1938)
Yardley & Co., Ltd.’s Yardley’s English Lavender – So That This Rose Shall Never Wither (1938)
Dr. West’s Double-Quick Toothpaste – Figures prove it, sailor, you can’t score with dull-white teeth (1935)
Dr. West’s Double-Quick Toothpaste – Figures prove it, sailor, you can’t score with dull-white teeth (1935)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Halo Shampoo – Realize Your Dream of Thrilling Hair (1939)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Halo Shampoo – Realize Your Dream of Thrilling Hair (1939)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Paste – How much are you Betting – and at what odds – on the Care of your Teeth? (1931)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Paste – How much are you Betting – and at what odds – on the Care of your Teeth? (1931)
Eugene, Ltd.’s Eugene "Winter Wave" – Mrs. John Nixon has a Eugene Winter Wave (1933)
Eugene, Ltd.’s Eugene "Winter Wave" – Mrs. John Nixon has a Eugene Winter Wave (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – How Dull, Dry-Looking Hair Reveals Glamorous, Natural Beauty (1938)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – How Dull, Dry-Looking Hair Reveals Glamorous, Natural Beauty (1938)
Barbasol’s Cream for Modern Shaving (1939)
Barbasol’s Cream for Modern Shaving (1939)
Bourjoi’s Evening in Paris Cosmetics – Lift The Stopper...and lo! it is Evening in Paris (1934)
Bourjoi’s Evening in Paris Cosmetics – Lift The Stopper...and lo! it is Evening in Paris (1934)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Invite Romance by keeping that schoolgirl complexion. This is the approved way, with Palmolive’s precious blend of olive and palm oils. (1933)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Invite Romance by keeping that schoolgirl complexion. This is the approved way, with Palmolive’s precious blend of olive and palm oils. (1933)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – Two little "Injuns" go on the war path against dirty hands (1930)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – Two little "Injuns" go on the war path against dirty hands (1930)
Pond’s Face Powder (1937)
Pond’s Face Powder (1937)