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Axe helps guys to look, smell and feel more attractive. It comprises a range of body sprays, deodorants, anti-perspirants, shower gels and hair products. First launched in France in 1983, Axe is now used by men in more than 90 countries, from the Americas to Asia.
Launched in 1967, Close Up is a clear gel toothpaste containing a mouthwash and micro whiteners to ensure long-lasting fresh breath and white teeth. It is sold in Brazil, Asia and South Africa, where it is among the most popular oral care brands and is positioned as a youth product.
Comfort is a fabric conditioner that is available globally, with numerous variants such as Comfort Easy Iron and Comfort Bright Whites. It is also sold under local names, such as Drive and Yumoş in some markets. Comfort was the first fabric softener to be launched in the UK in 1969.
Domestos is a powerful, quick-acting bleach. It was launched in the UK in the 1920s and was sold door-to-door by salesmen on bicycles. At that time, it was used in the home as a solution to whiten cotton and household surfaces, and salesmen were assigned to do live demos. Today Domestos is sold all over the world. The brand is active in its sustainability work to extend access to toilets in disadvantaged parts of the world.
Dove has grown from a moisturising Beauty Bar into a recognised brand for educating and inspiring girls to be confident. Taking on the challenge on the wider definition of beauty in 2004 Dove began its Campaign for Real Beauty followed by the Dove Self-Esteem Fund in 2006. Dove created a number of online-only short films, including Daughters (which was also broadcast during the Super Bowl XL), Evolution (which won two awards at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival), Onslaught and Amy. Dove products include body washes, hand and body lotions, facial cleansers, deodorants, shampoos, conditioners and hair styling products.
Knorr is a food brand with a wide range of soups, stock cubes, bouillons, seasonings and sauces. The brand dates back to 1838 when Carl Heinrich Knorr opened a factory and began experimenting with food drying techniques that could preserve quality, flavour and freshness. It is one of the world‘s largest food brands sold in more than 87 countries around the world.
Lifebuoy was launched by William Hesketh Lever in 1895 to promote hygiene in the home and halt cholera in late Victorian England. Today it is the best-selling germ protection soap. Along with the product, Lifebuoy’s sustainability work with partners helps in bringing better health and hygiene to a wide and often disadvantaged market. Lifebuoy actively promotes awareness of hygiene through social missions such as its support for the World Handwashing Day and its campaign, Help a Child Reach 5. Lifebuoy is produced in Unilever in Cyprus, Trinidad and Tobago and India.
Lipton tea, one of the most popular tea brands in the world, was founded by Sir Thomas Lipton in 1890. Motivated to provide mid-range affordable tea to the patrons of his supermarket chain, Lipton invested in his own tea plantations in Sri Lanka. Having cut the middle-man cost involved in purchasing tea, he also managed to package and ship the tea at a nominal rate thereby providing the consumer with reasonably priced good quality tea.
Lux is a global brand, launched in 1925, whose range of products includes beauty soaps, shower gels, bath additives, shampoos and conditioners of the stars - from Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn monroe, Aishwarya Rai, Katrina Kaif and Shu Qi. The product is available in more than 100 countries.
Pond’s is a skincare brand sold in an affordable price bracket. The brand has a long heritage, dating back to the 1840s when the first product was sold in New York.
Rexona is a deodorant brand for men and women, offering a range of anti-perspirants and deodorants with formulations that last up to 48 hours. It was developed in 1908 by an Australian pharmacist and his wife and its products include aerosols, pumps, roll-ons, sticks and creams. The brand actively promotes good personal hygiene and enables millions in low-income markets across Asia to enjoy Rexona products with their affordable mini-sticks, mini-roll-ons and sachets of deodorant lotions. Rexona is also sold as Sure, Shield and Degree around the world.
Pespodent is a leading oral care brand with a wide range of products, benefitting from Unilever’s long tradition of R&D in this field. In 2008 Pepsodent collaborated with the Indian Dental Association (IDA) and the World Dental Association (FDI) to help educate school children on the importance of regular brushing.
Sunsilk is a hair-care brand for women. It is the world’s leading brand in hair conditioning and the second largest in shampoo. Its shampoos, conditioners and other hair-care products are sold in 69 countries, often under local brand names such as Seda and Sedal. The brand is strongest in Asia, latin America and the Middle East and is the no. 1 hair-care brand in Pakistan, India, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Thailand.
In 1859, Robert Chesebrough, a chemist from New York, visited the oil fields of Titusville, Pennsylvania in the US to research to what new materials might be obtained from the fuel. Over the next decade he perfected the formulation of Vaseline petroleum jelly before opening for business in 1870. Vaseline quickly became known for its ability to protect and restore dry and damaged skin, and over the next century it established itself as a skin product found in households around the world.
Launched in 1962 under the brand name of Deluxe Green Label, Bru is a coffee brand available in India and Sri Lanka. It is the no. 1 coffee in India and Unilever’s only coffee brand. The full product range includes instant coffee and ice cappuccino.
Clear was launched in 1979 as a haircare product to tackle problem hair, notably hair with dandruff. Its breakthrough technology, Nutrium 10, combines ten vitamins and mineral nutrients to nourish the scalp and prevent dandruff from returning.
Developed in 1975, Fair & Lovely is the world’s first fairness cream, which is trusted by women to help achieve flawless skin and for protection against the sun.
Lakmé was the first home-grown cosmetics brand in India to achieve wide success, having launched in 1952. It takes pride in its heritage and in having been the expert on Indian beauty for over 60 years.
Marmite was conceived in 1902 and the Marmite Food Company opened a small factory in Burton-on-Trent, UK where it still operates today. Marmite is a nutritious, savoury spread for bread or toast, or for use as a cooking ingredient. It is made from spent brewer’s yeast and comes in a distinctive black jar with a yellow lid. The popular ‘Love it or Hate it’ campaign was born out of talking to people and discovering that most either really love or really hate Marmite.
Pears is a skin-care brand. Its range, which includes face wash and hand soap, contains glycerin and natural oils, making the products gentle and non-abrasive, and drawing recommendations from doctors and paediatricians. Pears products are available in India, Sri Lanka and Nigeria.