Sal Hepatica -1931A
Ad for Sal Hapatica, showing beautiful skin rsulting from a saline method of something or other not stated. Ah, yes, it's a laxative; but you have to read the label on the container to be able to tell that from the ad. The artist did a brilliant job of capturing the art deco era of flimsily clad women sitting down with wild things. Notice the effervescent bubbling fizzy streamers coming from her left hand. Published in the February, 1931 issue of PHOTOPLAY.
Source: Charles Perrien
Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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