How advertisers convinced Americans they smelled bad

It was an enterprising schoolgirl and a traveling bible salesman in 1919. They couldn’t get ladies to use antiperspirants until they made them feel bad. The strategy was to encourage them to be insecure, from Smithsonian Magazine: Perspiration as a social faux pas that nobody would¬†directly¬†tell you was responsible for your unpopularity, but which they …

Favorite Commercials: this deodorant will blow your mind right in front of your face

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