We make some of the best known brands in the world, and those brands are used by 2 billion people every day
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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.
Day2 is the world’s first dry wash spray that irons, softens and freshens your clothes. We understand that 40% of the clothes we wash can be worn again, we are helping the world to do less laundry. One bottle alone saves a wash-load and 60L of water.
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 grew from a moisturising Beauty Bar into a global brand with a range of products: body washes, hand and body lotions, facial cleansers, deodorants, shampoos, conditioners and hair styling. In 2004, Dove began its Campaign for Real Beauty, followed by the creation of the Dove Self-Esteem Project (DSEP) in 2006. It aims to be “an agent of change to educate and inspire girls on a wider definition of beauty and to make them feel more confident about themselves”.
Even and Lovely is a brand specifically developed for African skin that addresses the 5 face care concerns of sun darkening, dark marks and patches, spots, dullness and roughness. We aim to provide effective face care that is affordable for all South African Women.
In more than 50 countries around the world, millions of people use Cif’s range of home care products to clean their kitchens, bathrooms, dishes, floors and surfaces. Cif products come in various forms: creams, sprays, gels, wipes and liquids. The brand is also known as Jif and Viss in different markets.
At Hellmann’s, we’ve used real, simple ingredients in our products for more than 100 years.
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.
Since it’s launch in England in 1895, Lifebuoy has evolved to become the world’s best selling, trusted germ-protection soap. Lifebuoy aims to bring better hygiene to communities all over the world. The brand actively promotes hygiene awareness by supporting Global Handwashing Day, and through their ‘Help A Child Reach 5’ and ‘School of Five’ campaigns. Since 2012, Lifebuoy has reached over 9 million South Africans with it’s life-saving message about the importance of proper handwashing.
Lipton is the world’s leading tea brand and is sold in more than 150 countries, providing products ranging from tea bags to bottled iced tea. In 1880, Glasgow-born entrepreneur and innovator Sir Thomas Lipton saw the opportunity to make tea universally accessible with guaranteed quality at affordable prices. He began by purchasing tea estates in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and arranged packaging and shipping at low costs. In 1893, he established Thomas J Lipton Co., a tea-packing company with its HQ and factory in Hoboken, New Jersey, US.
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.
Omo is a global laundry brand, which emphasises its stain-removal technology. It is available in the form of washing liquids, capsules, powder, tablets and sachets and is effective with low-temperature washes. It is sold under the local brand names of Persil, Skip, Breeze, Ala, Wisk, Surf and Rinso in various markets.
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.
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.
Shield is a South African 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. Shield is also sold as Rexona, Sure and Degree around the world.
Surf is a brand of laundry detergent with an accompanying range of laundry products. It launched in 1959 and is now available in Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa, with a comprehensive range of offerings including bars, powders, liquids, tablets and capsules.
TRESemmé is a haircare brand offering salon-quality products. It has its origins in hair salons, dating back over 60 years, and now has a range of hair-styling products for use at home.
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.