1974 Camay Soap

Camay is the name of a scented hand and body soap, made by Procter & Gamble. It was first introduced in 1926 and marketed as a “white, pure soap for women,” as many soaps of the time were colored to mask impurities. Camay’s slogan for many years was “Camay: the soap for beautiful women.” It was later replaced with “For your most beautiful complexion at every age.”

For many years, Camay was a major sponsor of the soap operas As The World Turns and Search for Tomorrow.

Camay started gaining popularity in Eastern Europe with 12 new scents being introduced starting from 2004.

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1974 Bold Detergent

Bold is a laundry detergent brand owned by Procter & Gamble.

It was launched in 1974 as the UK’s first low suds biological detergent. In 1982 it was relaunched as the country’s only combined detergent/conditioner, and has been a popular product since

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1984 Gillette Blue 2

Gillette is a brand of Procter & Gamble currently used for men’s safety razors, among other personal care products. Based in Boston,Massachusetts, United States, it was one of several brands originally owned by The Gillette Company, a leading global supplier of products under various brands, which was merged into P&G in 2005. The original Gillette Company was founded by King Camp Gillette in 1901 as a safety razor manufacturer.

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1980 Right Guard ZR

Right Guard is a brand of deodorant for men. It is also a brand of shower gel. It is manufactured by the Dial Corporation unit of Henkel of North America, which acquired the brand in 2006 as a condition for Procter & Gamble’s Gillette acquisition because P&G has other deodorant brands such as Old Spice.

Right Guard is the second largest brand in the male deodorant category.  The Gillette Company introduced Right Guard as the first aerosol antiperspirant in the early 1960s.   Since then, Right Guard has launched many new items and can be found in numerous antiperspirant deodorant forms.

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1980 DAZ

Daz is the name of a popular laundry detergent on the market in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It is manufactured by Procter & Gamble and is lower priced than P&G’s main brand, Ariel. Aggressively marketed, it is associated in popular culture with the “Daz Doorstep Challenge” series of commercials, which saw various ‘hosts’ including Danny Baker, Shane Richie and Michael Barrymore surprising house occupiers at the door and asking them to put Daz to the test against a rival detergent. The advert was famously spoofed by Dom Joly in the British sketch series Trigger Happy TV where Dom would knock on doors presenting the ‘zap mega’ challenge. He then ran from the scene with the crew in tow, arms akimbo, legs flailing while the occupier went to retrieve a white garment. The occupier then returned to the door looking bemused. The advert was also spoofed in a John Smith’s advertising campaign featuring Peter Kay. Recent TV commercials are set in an obviously fictitious “Cleaner Close” soap opera.

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