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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1940s

Max Factor – Hollywood Lipstick – Irene Dunne (1947)
Max Factor – Hollywood Lipstick – Irene Dunne (1947)
Yardley English Lavender (1944)
Yardley English Lavender (1944)
Hudson Product’s Polident – False Teeth Wearers often worst breath offenders (1941)
Hudson Product’s Polident – False Teeth Wearers often worst breath offenders (1941)
Coty Creamy Lipstick Smooth easy to apply never smears (1949)
Coty Creamy Lipstick Smooth easy to apply never smears (1949)
Woodbury Facial Soap #2 (1946)
Woodbury Facial Soap #2 (1946)
American Optical (1943)
American Optical (1943)
Camay’s The Soap of Beautiful Women (1946)
Camay’s The Soap of Beautiful Women (1946)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo with Hair Conditioner – No other Shampoo... (1945)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo with Hair Conditioner – No other Shampoo... (1945)
Burma-Vita Company’s Burma-Shave – Tough-Whiskered Yanks In Heavy Tanks Have Jaws As Smooth As Guys In Banks (1944)
Burma-Vita Company’s Burma-Shave – Tough-Whiskered Yanks In Heavy Tanks Have Jaws As Smooth As Guys In Banks (1944)
Schick Shaver Three Million Prophets (1941)
Schick Shaver Three Million Prophets (1941)
Elizabeth Arden’s Creams – Every Age can be Beautiful (1949)
Elizabeth Arden’s Creams – Every Age can be Beautiful (1949)
’48 Seamless Rubber Solid-Nek Hot Water Bottle Trade (1948)
’48 Seamless Rubber Solid-Nek Hot Water Bottle Trade (1948)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – Silkier, Smoother Hair Easier To Manage (1942)
Procter & Gamble Co.’s Drene Shampoo – Silkier, Smoother Hair Easier To Manage (1942)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – But – What Does She Think Of You? (1944)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – But – What Does She Think Of You? (1944)