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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1940s

Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – It’s HOT Today (1946)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – It’s HOT Today (1946)
Richard Hudnut’s Hudnut Salon Success school – And now they look like sisters (1940)
Richard Hudnut’s Hudnut Salon Success school – And now they look like sisters (1940)
Houbigant, "Chantilly (1949)
Houbigant, "Chantilly (1949)
Dial Soap Stops Odor Before It Starts (1949)
Dial Soap Stops Odor Before It Starts (1949)
Barbara Gould – Beauty in the American Tradition (1945)
Barbara Gould – Beauty in the American Tradition (1945)
Kreml’s hair tonic – Which Valentine Are You? (1942)
Kreml’s hair tonic – Which Valentine Are You? (1942)
Pneumatic Scale Corp Bottling Equipment Wwii (1942)
Pneumatic Scale Corp Bottling Equipment Wwii (1942)
Forhans Massaging Gums & Cleaning Teeth (1942)
Forhans Massaging Gums & Cleaning Teeth (1942)
Woodbury’s Facial Soap – "I see you in White Satin... You’ll Be Another Woodbury Deb!" (1947)
Woodbury’s Facial Soap – "I see you in White Satin... You’ll Be Another Woodbury Deb!" (1947)
Lever Brothers Company’s Swan Soap – Swan...A Newer, Better Floating Soap! Made by a modern, patented process no other soap can use (1949)
Lever Brothers Company’s Swan Soap – Swan...A Newer, Better Floating Soap! Made by a modern, patented process no other soap can use (1949)
Daggett & Ramsdell’s Daggett and Ramsdell – The you, you want Remembered (1944)
Daggett & Ramsdell’s Daggett and Ramsdell – The you, you want Remembered (1944)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Doctors Prove 2 out of 3 Women can have More Beautiful Skin in 14 Days! 14-Day Palmolive Plan tested on 1285 women with all types of skin (1944)
Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Doctors Prove 2 out of 3 Women can have More Beautiful Skin in 14 Days! 14-Day Palmolive Plan tested on 1285 women with all types of skin (1944)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Halo Shampoo – Learn Why "Soaping" Hair Is Old-Fashioned (1942)
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company’s Halo Shampoo – Learn Why "Soaping" Hair Is Old-Fashioned (1942)