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Extreme weight loss method from the early Twentieth Century. It's fine, they're easy to swallow.

This is an original 1904 black and white print ad for Fell's Reducing Tablets for the overweight. Perhaps most astonishing about this ad is that it claims to reduce weight by 28lbs a month!!! This ad

1904 Ad Fat Folk Fell's Reducing Tablets Cure 28lbs/Mo - ORIGINAL TSM2

Once Fran started washing her underwear after every wearing, Ralph came back to her and begged her for dates. Now they're married, thanks to Lux.

And how did Ralph even know she had started washing her underthings.Once Fran started washing her underwear after every wearing, Ralph came back to her and begged her for dates.

This nose shaper from 1920. | 25 Health Products You'll Be Glad You Don't See Today

25 Health Products You'll Be Glad You Don't See Today

stuffmomnevertoldyou:    Ye olde uterine supporter.    During Victorian times, vaginal and uterine prolapse (coming out of the body) was fairly common because of corsetry.  No worries!  This handy device could help keep it all tucked away!

During Victorian times, vaginal and uterine prolapse was fairly common because of corsetry. No worries! This handy device could help keep it all tucked away! Thank god for advances in modern medicine.

OMG!!  I never knew about Lysol being used for THIS!!

You're married happiness depends on the real you.so after you disinfect the kitchen, make sure of your feminine daintiness and douche regularly with Lysol!

Vintage Ads That Make You Go Blech! | Go Retro!

Extreme weight loss method from the early Twentieth Century. It's fine, they're easy to swallow.

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Sega Game Gear Ad - I wish I was kidding, but this in fact was real. Edgy advertising at its best kids.

Fat-reducing soap from 1925.

25 Health Products You'll Be Glad You Don't See Today

Fat-reducing soap from We don't see these soaps today, because it is proven they don't work!

These vintage advertisements are outrageously shocking and offensive! Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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