Palmolive: My BFF is A 3,000 Year Old Egyptian Princess

Just for fun, we dug up this old Palmolive advertisement!
Is the mummy sarcophagus hugging the woman? They look like BFF's in beauty.

Palmolive: Re-incarnation of Beauty

image: Palmolive: Wash Like A 3,000 Year Old Egyptian Princess
Palmolive: Wash Like A 3,000 Year Old Egyptian Princess


The ad reads:
Just as the Egyptian Princess of 3,000 years ago bequeathed a heritage of beauty to the modern girl, so did she also hand down knowledge of the secret way to keep it.
She knew that Palm and Olive Oils were mild, beneficial, natural cleansers, as soothing in their action as a lotion. A crude combination was all she could command – today she would use Palmolive.
For the mild, soothing, profuse lather of Palmolive soap, so smooth and creamy, embodies this oldest beauty secret.
Palmolive beautifies while it cleanses because it contains the same rare oils used as both cleanser and lotion in ancient Egypt.

Sounds pretty convincing to me!

Wishing you all a very Happy Thanksgiving.

Comments

  1. If it was only this easy to be immortal or beautiful, everyone wold fight to do teh dishes!

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  2. Haha that's pretty funny! :D

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  3. Hmm, I like it. People fighting to do the dishes, there's a plan.

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