White Tooth Paste published another advertisement but this was also a coupon back in the 1917's. This S.S. White Tooth Paste advertisement featured a young boy standing in the bathroom brushing his teeth. Also it showed the S.S. White Tooth Paste at the bottom of the advertisement. The title of this advertisement was "Habits" (Slide 2). There was also a little conversation with his mother in the advertisement.
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This commercial advertises the Black Herbal Toothpaste, as the product is called. It is Herbal Toothpaste, but except for it being white like your regular toothpaste it is now black. The commercial stems from Thailand where the commercial was made during the 1980’s. The general theme of the commercial is ‘’appearance can be deceiving’’. It is important to keep this theme in the back of your mind.
Momentous enough was also the observation of doctors from Naples, in 1802, that the high fluoride concentration in the water of the area, significantly reduced the cavities, and as a result, fluoride added into the water in 1940, while in 1956 Procter & Gamble integrated it in toothpaste by advertising “Crest with Fluoristan”. (Patrick et al., 2009) It took a long time for the packaging of the toothpaste to obtain the form it has today and until 1892 tooth powders were available on the market in flat round tins and jars. On the other hand, metal tubes started to become particularly popular in the art world when the American artist John Rad, designed it during his apprenticeship as a medium that offered comfort to the process of grinding and mixing pigments. In 1841, he patented it and the following year he set up a production system for extruded tubes made of soft metal such as lead and tin, as
However, in the beginning of the 20th century the norm image of Santa became a white beard fat man who wears red. D. The true story behind the Santa 's clothes color is in the beginning of 1930 's , Coca Cola shaped the modern look of Santa when Coca Cola started playing their Ads in popular