Le savon Cléopatra - Coup de vieux - Inclassable années 80 et 90

Le savon Cléopatra - Coup de vieux - Inclassable années 80 et 90

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The times have certainly changed, and thankfully, Palmolive are no longer creating advertisements such as this one. Description from entertainmentpaw.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

23 Vintage Ads That Would Be Banned Today

vintage-sexist-ads Palmolive soap- because skin is more enticing than wits or personality

Cleopatra in Ads features a 1910 vintage ad for Palmolive.

Johnson Soap Co. of Milwaukee introduces Palmolive Soap. The popularity of the new soap combined with the stylish ads later brings about a change in the name to the Palmolive Co while still based in Milwaukee.

Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Cleopatra had nothing on me (1942)

Palmolive Company’s Palmolive Soap – Cleopatra had nothing on me

Beautiful modern evocation of beauty icon, Cleopatra as she appeared in a rare Palmolive Ad for the recently minted magazine, Vanity Fair, 1914.

Beautiful modern evocation of beauty icon, Cleopatra as she appeared in a rare Palmolive Ad for the recently minted magazine, Vanity Fair,

Rare Colgate-Palmolive Cleopatra Soap. $200.00, via Etsy.

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whisters:   Vintage Egyptian Revival Ad For Palmolive Soap. “Cleopatra Found Beauty In Oils From Trees -”.

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1915 magazine ad

1915 magazine advertisement of Milwaukee's B. Johnson Soap Company's most popular brand: Palmolive. By the it was the most popular soap in the world. Later merged with Peet and Colgate, it can still be found in the modern Colgate-Palmolive company.

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