Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Tokalon cosmetics, 1947

Scanned from Portuguese magazine Século Ilustrado, No. 485, April 19 1947.

"A charming newlywed tells... How beauty brings happiness.

'I tried my best to dance as much as possible, but no man would have me - till the day when a younger friend made me understand how men respond to a smooth, clear skin.'

To sweeten your skin and lend it for a few days the fresh transparency of adolescence, you too should use 'oil-milky' beauty Cream, White Tokalon Cream, oily and at the same time light, so ointy it keeps face powder for eight hours, even in strong wind, and so light it literally disappears into your pores, 'melting' with your skin instead of 'caking on'. This is why White Tokalon Cream manages, like no other, to soothen your skin - without you feeling it on your face - and making it velvety with a perfectly natural matte finish - without it being noticeable."

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