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Found at Community Live Journal.
Posted at 06:32 AM in Advertising from the 1940s, Vintage Ads, Vintage Cosmetics/Perfume/Toiletries Advertising | Permalink
Haha! I didn't know there was a difference between burning and tanning rays. I don't think the sun is aware of it either, but I'm happy to know that Skol doesn't pick up sand - such a nuisance when frolicking with a handsome orange lifeguard.
18 August 2009 at 11:34 PM
Now, who wouldn't love to tan with this lotion? Well, they're more gold rather than tan, and I think that's even better. I didn't know tanning lotions were around back in 1944.
Chase Mcumber |
03 January 2012 at 12:51 PM
My great uncle said he used Motor Oil for tanning and the photos of him and his buddies at the beach proves motor oil indeed worked wonders for a dark brown tan. Now who knows the health hazards of motor oil tanning. Great Uncle Mack is now 97!
Jamie Reynolds |
09 August 2012 at 09:52 PM
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