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Monday, November 18, 2013

Won Sue Fun Facial Cream

Won Sue Fun (Return of Youth) was a facial cream which came out in 1929 and lasted til the early 1930s. Manufactured by Won Sue Fun, Inc.of 202 Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis. Minn


Some ads of the era read:

 "Oh lady before you decide that you have found the Ideal wrinkle proof cream do try Won Sue Fun the miracle cream of the Orient There are three good reasons..."
"Did you ever hear of WON SUE FUN It's a delightful Chinese cream made of the finest oriental oils and has brought loveliness to thousands of women here and.."

"Hollywood's fairest stars use Won Sue Fun for Its wrinkle retarding powers the smooth contour this dainty cream gives them Is vital to their success."

The Won Sue Fun cream jar was made in Czechoslovakia out of malachite glass.

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