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The fresh, clean scent of a soapy bar of Camay soap. First introduced in 1926, this delightful blend of yellow rose and powdery musk smells quite divine.
Camay: the soap for "beautiful women” and “for your most beautiful complexion at every age”. The soap came wrapped in a paper wrapper featuring the cameo of an elegant lady in a silhouetted profile on the front. Camay went on to change their soap bars to a soft pink color which became an instant hit as it made the product even more feminine.
The soap became most famous for it’s bridal campaign where, especially in the 40’s and 50s, most adverts depicted a blushing bride and the soap claimed to help you get your bridal glow. The adverts claimed that by using their product, you would become your most radiant self and achieve the beauty and purity of a bride. The soap evoked femininity, purity, luxury and a softness that could only be achieved through using their specially scented soap bars.
Notes: Yellow Rose, Lily of the Valley, Powdery Musk.
Style: Fresh. Clean. Comforting.