National Geographic : 1922 Jun
The Refill Shavin Sti Like Renewing a Battery in a Flashlight P UTTING a "Refill" into Colgate's "Handy Grip" is easy and simple. The soap itself is threaded to screw into the socket. It's done in a moment. "Refills" cost you the price of the soap alone. Moisten the bit removed from the "Handy Grip" and stick it upon the end of the "Refill." There is no waste. Colgate's lathers freely; softens the most diffi cult beard; needs no mussy rubbing in with the fingers, and leaves the face cool and refreshed. The stick is the most economical form of shaving soap. We can give you this assurance impartially, since we make shaving powder and cream, as well as shaving sticks. But if you prefer cream, you will acknowledge when you have shaved with Colgate's Rapid-Shave Cream that you never knew before how good a shaving cream could be. It is one of our latest products, made on a new principle, and brought to perfection after years of scientific effort. COLGATE & CO. Dept. 66 199 Fulton St., New York The metal "Handy Grip" containing a trial size stick of Colgate'sShaving Soap, sent for lOc. When the trialstick is used up you can buy the Colgate"Refills, "threaded tofit this Grip. Thus you save I Oc on each "Refill" you buy. There are 350 shaves in a ColgateShaving Stick-double the number you can get from a tube of cream at the same price.