Cream blush in a pot with floral packaging design
Rouge was the first blush product. Before cosmetic usage for everyday women was normalized many women discreetly wore blush to dabble in the makeup trend without causing scandal. A rouged complexion imparted a fresh faced glow indicative of youth and good health.
Coconut oil based shampoo to treat dandruff and soften the hair
The tropical fragrance and palm tree graphic design suggest an exotic vibe from a product produced in North America. The Caro-Co company was banking on the allure of far flung island escapes and the appeal of all things ethnic during the Art Deco era. Coconut oil continues to be a romantic cosmetic ingredient.
Liquid face powder
This rudimentary foundation offered concealment of complexion imperfections and reduce oily shine. Pressed and loose powders were also popular at the time. This is an unusual formulation that may have inspired today's mattifying foundations.