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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1940s

Dorothy Gray – Every day’s a Red Letter Day when you wear Dorothy Gray Red Letter Red (1943)
Dorothy Gray – Every day’s a Red Letter Day when you wear Dorothy Gray Red Letter Red (1943)
Maurella Products Company’s Timber Toiletries for Gentlemen – For Men At The Top...And On Their Way Up (1945)
Maurella Products Company’s Timber Toiletries for Gentlemen – For Men At The Top...And On Their Way Up (1945)
Peggy Sage Nail Polish (1940)
Peggy Sage Nail Polish (1940)
Mennen’s Brushless Shave Cream (1946)
Mennen’s Brushless Shave Cream (1946)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Bargain Combination Offer – 1/2 Price Sale (1941)
Wildroot Company’s Wildroot Bargain Combination Offer – 1/2 Price Sale (1941)
Coty (1941)
Coty (1941)
Elizabeth Arden – Bloom in next Spring’s color, now! Crimson Lilac (1948)
Elizabeth Arden – Bloom in next Spring’s color, now! Crimson Lilac (1948)
Max Factor Face Powder Evelyn Keyes Photo (1944)
Max Factor Face Powder Evelyn Keyes Photo (1944)
Woodbury’s Facial Soap – "Campus Sweetheart" Weds. She’s Another Woodbury Deb (1948)
Woodbury’s Facial Soap – "Campus Sweetheart" Weds. She’s Another Woodbury Deb (1948)
Lever Brothers Company’s Pepsodent Tooth Paste – Pepsodent Notebook (1949)
Lever Brothers Company’s Pepsodent Tooth Paste – Pepsodent Notebook (1949)
Lever Brothers Company’s tooth paste – Its cleaner, brighter taste means cleaner, brighter teeth! New Pepsodent tooth paste with Irium removes the film that makes your teeth look dull – un (1946)
Lever Brothers Company’s tooth paste – Its cleaner, brighter taste means cleaner, brighter teeth! New Pepsodent tooth paste with Irium removes the film that makes your teeth look dull – un (1946)
Modes’s Sanitary Napkins – Happiness is a gay ribbon... (1943)
Modes’s Sanitary Napkins – Happiness is a gay ribbon... (1943)
Max Factor (1944)
Max Factor (1944)