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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1930s

Irresistible – Laugh At Heat! Have Cool Allure (1935)
Irresistible – Laugh At Heat! Have Cool Allure (1935)
Vita Ray All Purpose Womens Face Cream (1935)
Vita Ray All Purpose Womens Face Cream (1935)
Mulhens & Kropff’s No. 4711 Bath Salt – Bath Salts (1930)
Mulhens & Kropff’s No. 4711 Bath Salt – Bath Salts (1930)
Coty’s Face Powder – To Be in Fashion Today, face Powder Must Be Fragrant, Too (1932)
Coty’s Face Powder – To Be in Fashion Today, face Powder Must Be Fragrant, Too (1932)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Wave Powder – Only 27 cents for more than a Quart of pure Wave Lotion (1932)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Wave Powder – Only 27 cents for more than a Quart of pure Wave Lotion (1932)
Elizabeth Arden’s Royal Make-up – The New Royal Make-up (1937)
Elizabeth Arden’s Royal Make-up – The New Royal Make-up (1937)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – This Man Asks His Doctor (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – This Man Asks His Doctor (1933)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – "More searching than your mirror ...your husband’s eyes" (1932)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – "More searching than your mirror ...your husband’s eyes" (1932)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Brush – That’s Precisely why We Water proof This Famous Toothbrush (1933)
Western Company’s Dr. West’s Tooth Brush – That’s Precisely why We Water proof This Famous Toothbrush (1933)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – Disease Germs Lurk On Half-Clean Hands!!! Play Safe (1936)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Lava Soap – Disease Germs Lurk On Half-Clean Hands!!! Play Safe (1936)
Modess Sanitary Napkins at the World’s Fair (1939)
Modess Sanitary Napkins at the World’s Fair (1939)
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Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – "There’s Something I Read in Your Face" (1932)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Ivory Soap – "There’s Something I Read in Your Face" (1932)