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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1940s

Dorothy Gray – "Bright Touch"- for a bright spring (1946)
Dorothy Gray – "Bright Touch"- for a bright spring (1946)
Beauty Counselor’s Cosmetics – Try on that new Face (1941)
Beauty Counselor’s Cosmetics – Try on that new Face (1941)
Modes’s Sanitary Napkins – The girls you’ll Never Meet- (1944)
Modes’s Sanitary Napkins – The girls you’ll Never Meet- (1944)
Barbasol Shaving Lotion (1942)
Barbasol Shaving Lotion (1942)
Lux Toilet Soap – Ava Gardner (1948)
Lux Toilet Soap – Ava Gardner (1948)
Olds , Pond’s Angel Face Make-up (1949)
Olds , Pond’s Angel Face Make-up (1949)
Charles of the Ritz’s Cosmetics – ...give her a war bond – and anything Charles of the Ritz (1943)
Charles of the Ritz’s Cosmetics – ...give her a war bond – and anything Charles of the Ritz (1943)
Lux Soap Ad Virginia Mayo (1949)
Lux Soap Ad Virginia Mayo (1949)
Tampax’s Tampons – Are you young enough to try new things? (1944)
Tampax’s Tampons – Are you young enough to try new things? (1944)
Lever Brothers Company’s tooth paste – Its cleaner, brighter taste means cleaner, brighter teeth! New Pepsodent, the only tooth paste containing Irium, removes the film that makes your tee (1947)
Lever Brothers Company’s tooth paste – Its cleaner, brighter taste means cleaner, brighter teeth! New Pepsodent, the only tooth paste containing Irium, removes the film that makes your tee (1947)
Courtley Toiletries for Men (1946)
Courtley Toiletries for Men (1946)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Fit as a Fiddle... (1942)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Fit as a Fiddle... (1942)
Kay Daumit’s Lustre-Creme Shampoo – Tonight! Show him how much lovelier your hair can look... after a Lustre-Creme Shampoo (1949)
Kay Daumit’s Lustre-Creme Shampoo – Tonight! Show him how much lovelier your hair can look... after a Lustre-Creme Shampoo (1949)
Windsor House, Ltd.’s Kings Men "Toiletries in Gold" – Toiletries With a Golden Heritage of Britain’s Great Tradition (1945)
Windsor House, Ltd.’s Kings Men "Toiletries in Gold" – Toiletries With a Golden Heritage of Britain’s Great Tradition (1945)