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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – "Don’t mistreat your complexion by using the wrong soap... use Palmolive" (1930)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – "Don’t mistreat your complexion by using the wrong soap... use Palmolive" (1930)
Denney & Denney’s Herbal Preparations – The Swift Pace Of Living... demands this special skin care (1931)
Denney & Denney’s Herbal Preparations – The Swift Pace Of Living... demands this special skin care (1931)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Paste – You Can’t "Un-Guess" What May Happen To Teeth through a wrong guess (1932)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Paste – You Can’t "Un-Guess" What May Happen To Teeth through a wrong guess (1932)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Palmolive Soap – Olive oil makes Palmolive gentle, soothing, safe (1933)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Palmolive Soap – Olive oil makes Palmolive gentle, soothing, safe (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – Joe and Alvin... Guy Lava (1936)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – Joe and Alvin... Guy Lava (1936)
Tampax’s Tampons – Every Day of The Month Is a Day of Freedom (1936)
Tampax’s Tampons – Every Day of The Month Is a Day of Freedom (1936)
Listerine for Halitosis Ad Woman & Girl Bad Breath (1936)
Listerine for Halitosis Ad Woman & Girl Bad Breath (1936)
Kreml’s hair tonic – Don’t Let This Happen To You (1935)
Kreml’s hair tonic – Don’t Let This Happen To You (1935)
Pepsodent’s Tooth Paste with Irium (1937)
Pepsodent’s Tooth Paste with Irium (1937)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – Ivory Soap Now At The Lowest Prices In 17 Years! Use It For Face, Bath, Nice Clothes, Dishes (1932)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – Ivory Soap Now At The Lowest Prices In 17 Years! Use It For Face, Bath, Nice Clothes, Dishes (1932)
Nunn-Bush Ankle Fashioned Oxfords
Nunn-Bush Ankle Fashioned Oxfords
Kotex Company’s Equalizer Kotex Sanitary Napkins – Kotex announces the new Patented Equalizer (1933)
Kotex Company’s Equalizer Kotex Sanitary Napkins – Kotex announces the new Patented Equalizer (1933)