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We fear that instead of granting the brand renewed relevance, the ad created a brand risk event that now needs to be managed. There is a broader trend toward redefining the role of the corporation from provider of products and services to champion for social issues. But this is not one-size-fits-all. Without careful execution and credibility, that amounts to blatant appropriation of cultural capital. Contemporary consumers know it when they see it. The ad was panned for its depiction of a fun and frivolous street demonstration in which a white woman supermodel armed with a can of Pepsi soothes away all concerns of social injustice.

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This section includes products such as razors and depilatories. The text below provides some historical context and shows how we can use these products to explore aspects of American history, for example, the links between innovation, advertising, and personal identity. Personal care products which remove unwanted hair from the face and body were developed to address interwoven concerns about hygiene and personal appearance.

Removing body hair helped stave off infestations of lice and other parasites, especially for those who lived in close quarters and who had limited access to bathing. Because hair traps perspiration, it can also become a breeding ground for bacteria and odors.

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Concerns about personal appearance have often motivated hair removal practices. These same concerns have frequently been used to create and reinforce identity and gender norms within American cultures. During the s, shaving was done with a steel straight razor, often by a barber. When Gillette patented the first safety razor init became easier for men to shave themselves at home.

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As a result, being clean-shaven became both more convenient and very fashionable. Because personal safety razors use disposable blades, men who shaved every day also had to purchase a constant supply of blades. American beauty standards and practices for women were also affected by the innovation and marketing of the safety razor.

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Beginning in the early twentieth century, manufacturers of safety razors, seeking to expand their market, promoted the idea that body hair on women is inherently masculine and indelicate, as well as unhygienic. Gillette introduced the first razor marketed specifically to women, called the Milady Decollette, in In the s, the new fashion for sleeveless tops and short dresses meant that the legs and armpits of American women were now visible in social situations, and advertisers seized the opportunity to encourage women to shave their legs and their armpits.

Instead, women with facial hair were offered products to bleach, wax, or dissolve facial hair. Men who shaved themselves also purchased shaving soap, mugs pre-filled with shaving soap, and shaving brushes. Companies continued to develop new razor des for men and women, which required proprietary blade cartridge refills; these, too, required repeat purchase.

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Simple shaving soaps gave way to a wide selection of shaving creams and gels, while various talcs, lotions, and aftershave products were developed to sooth the skin post-shave. Some American consumers sought longer-lasting methods of hair removal, as well as methods that did not risk the cuts and ingrown hairs inherent to the shaving process.

Mitts were marketed that, when worn on the hand and rubbed against the legs, scraped off or pulled out the undesired hair. Druggists also sold commercial depilatories, which chemically break down hairs so that they can be wiped away. Electric razors made hair removal more convenient and less dangerous.

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However, the Hair Removal section relied on the following references:. Adams, Russell B. King C. Boston: Little, Brown, Jones, Geoffrey. Peiss, Kathy Lee. New York: Metropolitan Books, Sherrow, Victoria.

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Encyclopedia of Hair: a Cultural History. Westport, Conn.

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National Museum of American History. To skip the text and go directly to the objects, Personal care products which remove unwanted hair from the face and body were developed to address interwoven concerns about hygiene and personal appearance. She does not approve of the massage-finish of the tonsorial artist.

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Steel straight razor Folding safety razor Safety razor with replaceable blades Schermack Round Razor for armpits Because personal safety razors use disposable blades, men who shaved every day also had to purchase a constant supply of blades. Gillette Catalog Advertisement for Razor sets.

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Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution American beauty standards and practices for women were also affected by the innovation and marketing of the safety razor. Krank's Brushless Shave Kreem. Hair Ender. Smith Double Edge Blades. Treet Blades Double Edge.

Handy Grip Shaving Stick. Palm Beach After Shave Stick. Mennen After Shave Talc for Men. Jaybra Razorless Shaving Powder.

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Burham Safety Razor Blades. Curvfit Razor. Gem Micromatic, Clog Pruf. Gold'n Honey Blades. Burham Safety Razor.

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Gem Safety Razor. Durham-Duplex Safety Razor No. The Million Dollar Razor. Regis Double Edge Blades. Molle Razor Blades. Heldtite Shaving Brush. Schick Eversharp Magazine Razor Blades. Regis Double-Edge Blades.

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Old Spice After Shave Lotion. Palmolive For Men. Back to Top. Schermack Round Razor for armpits. X- Bazin Depilatory Powder. E-Z Hair Removing Glove.