“Frigidine” is New Beauty Treatment for Women (Jan, 1929)
Everyone wants a girl who’s been frigidized.
“Frigidine” is New Beauty Treatment for Women
AS A MECHANICAL aid to beauty, the National Beauty and Barbers Supply Dealers Association introduced in a recent convention a new type of light treatment which emits a blue actinic light called “Frigidine.”
At present it is estimated that American women pay $3,472 every second to heighten their beauty through the use of cosmetics and beauty treatments. This figures out at $55.30 a year per woman.
This light was devised as a substitute for astringent massages. “Frigidine” dries the tissue in the skin, removing it. This causes fresh skin growth to be stimulated and a beautiful complexion is the result. The woman in the photo is Miss Elaine Neilon, who is giving a demonstration of the new device.