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Many tend to think that 1920s concepts concerning skin care are very different from our own - and in some cases they would be right; that is why we were so charmed to stumble upon this 1920 article written by the Broadway actress Suzanne Sheldon. The actress emphasizes 6 to 8 glasses of water each day, a sensible exercise regimen and washing the face each evening.

However, we had a good chortle when we read some of the period touches (that are unavoidable in 87 year old magazine articles), when she dispensed advice advocating the rubber bandaging of the jaw in order to remedy the growth of double chins.

     


Timeless Advice Regarding Skin Care (McCall's Magazine, 1920)

Timeless Advice Regarding Skin Care (McCall's Magazine, 1920)

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