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Beauty and Hygiene Ads of the 1940s

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)
Kay Daumit’s Lustre-Creme Shampoo – Confirmed Bachelor finds his Dream Girl a lovely "Lustre-Creme" Girl (1948)
Kay Daumit’s Lustre-Creme Shampoo – Confirmed Bachelor finds his Dream Girl a lovely "Lustre-Creme" Girl (1948)
Yardley of London’s Various – so smooth, so soft, so natural...an English Complexion (1948)
Yardley of London’s Various – so smooth, so soft, so natural...an English Complexion (1948)
Germaine Monteil’s Various – Noel Noel (1943)
Germaine Monteil’s Various – Noel Noel (1943)
Mennen (1946)
Mennen (1946)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Wishing won’t make it so (1941)
Kotex Company’s Sanitary Napkins – Wishing won’t make it so (1941)
Lambert Pharmacal Company’s Listerine Antiseptic – I got them whisk-broom blues... (1941)
Lambert Pharmacal Company’s Listerine Antiseptic – I got them whisk-broom blues... (1941)
Modes’s Sanitary Napkins – Modess...because (1949)
Modes’s Sanitary Napkins – Modess...because (1949)
Gaby Greaseless Suntan Lotion (1946)
Gaby Greaseless Suntan Lotion (1946)
Personal Products Corporation’s Meds Tampons – Housewife: Meds mean comfort to me! Business Woman: Meds mean convenience to me! College Girl: Meds mean freedom to me (1947)
Personal Products Corporation’s Meds Tampons – Housewife: Meds mean comfort to me! Business Woman: Meds mean convenience to me! College Girl: Meds mean freedom to me (1947)
Pepsodent Company’s liquid dentifrice – Now I Like to Brush my Teeth (1940)
Pepsodent Company’s liquid dentifrice – Now I Like to Brush my Teeth (1940)
Lux Toilet Soap – Betty Grable (1943)
Lux Toilet Soap – Betty Grable (1943)
Pepsodent Tooth Paste (1940)
Pepsodent Tooth Paste (1940)
Mary Dunhill 5th Avenue Fashion Dress (1946)
Mary Dunhill 5th Avenue Fashion Dress (1946)