POND'S SKIN CREAMS
HER MAJESTY, MARIE, QUEEN OF ROUMANIA
Woman's Home Companion, January 1927


HER MAJESTY, MARIE, QUEEN OF ROUMANIA
Portrait by Philip A. de Laszlo
 

Queen Marie's charming little personal crest which she designed herself, the crown of Roumania suspended above the letter M.

A pair of silver jars engraved with Her Majesty's personal crest and filled. with Pond's Cold and Vanishing Creams, which Queen Marie keeps for constant use on her dressing table.

Pond's Creams are also highly praised by
Her Majesty, THE QUEEN OF SPAIN
The DUCHESSE DE GRAMONT
The PRINCESSE MARIE DE BOURBON
MRS. NICHOLAS LONGWORTH
MRS. REGINALD VANDERBILT
MISS ANNE MORGAN


NO ROYAL GUEST who has ever visited America has been so widely acclaimed for her beauty as Queen Marie.
     Youth is hers—and great vitality, in spite of years crowded with strenuous activity. She has a beautiful skin—unlined, firm, fresh, with lovely natural color! A skin which speaks for itself of the wise care Her Majesty has always given it.
     Over two years ago, Her Majesty, writing from Bucarest, was pleased to permit the Pond's Extract Company to quote her words expressing her faith in the efficacy of Pond's Two Creams.
     A subsequent letter, written in February, 1925, says: "Her Majesty wishes me to repeat, as to Pond's Cream, it gives her daily greater satisfaction."

If you don't already know and depend upon these delightful creams of Pond's try them for yourself, without cost, by clipping and mailing the coupon below. You will receive free sample tubes of each with instructions for using. Pond's Cold Cream for the deep cleansing that keeps the skin supple, fresh, young; Pond's Vanishing Cream for soft protection and a lovely evenness of finish. Send in the coupon today. The Queen of Roumania's loveliness may also be yours.

THE POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, Dept. N
105 Hudson Street, New York City

Please send me your free tubes of Pond's Two Creams.
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Woman's Home Companion January 1927