Woodbury facial soap

Duration: 11min 41sec Views: 810 Submitted: 27.01.2020
Category: Scissoring
Light aging throughout. No natural defects. No surface rub. No tears. No water damage. There is some bleed through visible on this ad.

Woodbury & Co. Facial Soap Bar

Albany’s Dr. Woodbury and His Soap: “ A Skin You Love to Touch” – Friends of Albany History

Keith A. Denkler, MD, Rosalind F. John H. Under his management, his surgeons, and perhaps Woodbury himself, performed multiple facial cosmetic surgeries, including early versions of browlifts, frown excisions, lower facelifts, mid-face lifts, rhinoplasties, double-chin reductions, and dimple creation. In his legal proceedings, Woodbury conceded that he was not a doctor, although he went by the title. Regardless, his surgical innovations are of major historical significance, as these cosmetic procedures are the first of their kind to be noted in the lay or academic press and predate, by years and even decades, the previously earliest known cosmetic surgeries in the United States. Currently, the origin of cosmetic surgery is considered to be early 20th century, because of Charles Miller's publications on cosmetic surgery in articles and books.

Albany’s Dr. Woodbury and His Soap: “ A Skin You Love to Touch”

Globalizing Ideal Beauty pp Cite as. The ad captured the imagination of the American public and educated women on various skin problems. Walter Thompson JWT in one of its company histories. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
Made by Andrew Jergens Cincinnati, Ohio. Enriched with 7 Face Cream Oils. This old soap bar is still sealed but the package does show a lot of wear from use and age with tears, wrinkles, discoloration and stains. One side is loose, but still sealed, barely, and I did not want to open it. It still smells good to me.