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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1940s

Teel’s Dentifrice (1944)
Teel’s Dentifrice (1944)
Helena Rubinstein’s Apple Blossom – America’s best-loved fragrance (1946)
Helena Rubinstein’s Apple Blossom – America’s best-loved fragrance (1946)
Old , Barbasol Face, Pin-up Girls (1944)
Old , Barbasol Face, Pin-up Girls (1944)
Max Factor Make-up (1944)
Max Factor Make-up (1944)
Burma-Vita Company’s Burma-Shave – Loose Lips Sink Ships Don’t Talk Today If You Must Talk Step Up And Say – Burma-Shave (1944)
Burma-Vita Company’s Burma-Shave – Loose Lips Sink Ships Don’t Talk Today If You Must Talk Step Up And Say – Burma-Shave (1944)
Fleischman (1941)
Fleischman (1941)
Kreml’s hair tonic – THE FLEET’S IN but only one "gob" made the grade (1941)
Kreml’s hair tonic – THE FLEET’S IN but only one "gob" made the grade (1941)
Beauty Counselor’s Cosmetics – "I can hardly wait to tell you what Beauty Counselors did to me!" (1947)
Beauty Counselor’s Cosmetics – "I can hardly wait to tell you what Beauty Counselors did to me!" (1947)
Scott Paper Company’s Soft-Tuff ScotTissue Towels – The Missing Man... His illness costs your business and the nation (1941)
Scott Paper Company’s Soft-Tuff ScotTissue Towels – The Missing Man... His illness costs your business and the nation (1941)
Dorothy Gray – pretty as a posy in Dorothy Gray Nosegay (1941)
Dorothy Gray – pretty as a posy in Dorothy Gray Nosegay (1941)
Clairol Incorporated’s Clairol Shampoo Tint – Wallflower! (because your hair is gray?) (1944)
Clairol Incorporated’s Clairol Shampoo Tint – Wallflower! (because your hair is gray?) (1944)
Dorothy Gray – Dorothy Gray goes to College (1940)
Dorothy Gray – Dorothy Gray goes to College (1940)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – The Sweat That Builds Bombers – May Lose a Husband (1944)
Lever Brothers Company’s Lifebuoy Health Soap – The Sweat That Builds Bombers – May Lose a Husband (1944)