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  • Katie Henske

    This 1960 vintage ad for a sun lamp shows a mom giving her baby a proper tanning. Wow times have changed! Put some goggles on!

  • heidi-man

    *#sunlamp was used often through the winter AND summer to get that golden glow of an odd tan (before bronzers or tanning booths) ___ People were told it was "healthy", and of course ended up with SKIN CANCER.

  • Claudia Gutkowski

    These vintage ads aimed at children from back in the day really made me think about how little things have changed in the world. Today we laugh when we see these, but we are still buying the same type of products, just disguised in a different #commercial ads #funny commercial ads #interesting ads|

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