Prell debuts: New radiant creme shampoo (1948)
Exciting Prell removes dandruff in as little as three minutes!
New! New wonderful Prell! This marvelous, emerald-clear, Radiant-Creme shampoo leaves your hair more radiantly gleaming than any soap or soap shampoo… and leaves it free of horrid, unsightly dandruff too.
Doctors’ examinations proved that Prell removes embarrassing dandruff in as little as 3 minutes — and showed also, that regular Prell shampoos actually control this dandruff.
What a joy! A Prell shampoo — then hair that shines with glamorous radiance… soft, smooth, easy to manage!
Emerald-clear Prell: For hair that looks Vitally Alive! (1950)
Your hair is sparkling and radiant after Prell — more radiant than with cream or soap shampoos, in hardest water! That’s because Prell Shampoo’s patented cleansing ingredient gives free rinsing action… brings out all the glorious sheen in your hair — leaves it so vibrantly younger-looking, so “vitally alive,” so much lovelier.
After Prell your hair is so much softer, smoother — yet with the “body” and “spring” that make it more manageable. Curls and waves set beautifully, and even hair that seems dull and lifeless has a more glamorous sparkling radiance.
You’ll love the glorious “vitally alive” look your hair has after Prell — use this different, marvelous Procter & Gamble shampoo today!
New Prell leaves hair ‘radiantly alive’ (1953)
So soft, yet manageable… so sweetly clean!
Come-hither loveliness — that’s what your hair has after a luxurious Prell Shampoo! It’s caressably soft, yet so obedient!
Yes, angel-soft, smooth as satin, glowing with that ‘Radiantly Alive‘ look he’ll love! And Prell leaves your hair really clean… fresh and sweet… and free of embarrassing dandruff!
Prell is easy to use, too — so convenient. No spill, drip or break. Try Prell tonight — it’s wonderful!
A liquid shampoo that’s extra rich! (1955)
Something wonderful has happened — it’s fabulous new Liquid Prell! The only shampoo in the world with this exciting, extra-rich formula! It bursts instantly into luxurious lather… rinses like lightning… is so mild you could shampoo every day.
And, oh, the look and feel of your hair after just one shampoo! So satin-y soft, so shiny bright, so obedient — why, it falls into place with just a flick of your comb! Shouldn’t your hair have that ‘Radiantly Alive‘ look?
Try Liquid Prell this very night!
Professional Prell extra rich liquid shampoo (1957)
New dispenser cap! Dispenser bottle for your shelves! “Won’t-slip” bottle designed to fit your hand!
Liquid Prell — the prestige shampoo women prefer.
At last! A liquid shampoo that’s extra rich! (1959)
Drench your hair in luxury (1960s)
With Liquid Prell… the extra-rich shampoo!
Lather hairdo shaped by Enrico Caruso
Prell concentrate (1970)
If you use more than this much to make a head full of lather, you are using too much. (Save this handy reference guide.)
Prell concentrate shampoo, in the unbreakable tube
I was flat… till I went fluffy… with Prell Concentrate (1978)
Say these fingers are hairs. Dirt and oil deposit in here between them, and make hair go flat like this.
Prell Concentrate leaves no deposits, nothing to flatten hair. So your hair fluffs full. No shampoo leaves your hair fuller.
Liquid Prell. For freshness. (1979)
If you shampooed yesterday, will he do this today?
Very likely, if you shampooed with Liquid Prell. Because Prell has a special freshness formula with a clean light scent that keeps hair smelling fresh… even the day after you shampoo. It’s the kind of freshness that people can’t resist.
So try Liquid Prell today. Your hair will still get compliments tomorrow.
Christie Brinkley for Prell: When your body’s in great condition, it should show. (1985)
Everyone who uses my Prell Body Building Shampoo should know there’s only one way I’d show off that beautiful body — with Prell Conditioner.
Prell Body-Enhancing Conditioner is specially made to take all the body Prell shampoos in, and manage it — enhance it.
So never stop with just building body. Build it all the way to body beautiful with Prell Conditioner. – Christie Brinkley