World’s first transparent soap is still on business. It’s Pears, first produced and sold by Andrew Pears in London in 1789. As per Unilever’s history records Pears Soap was the world’s first registered brand, thus it is oldest continuing existing brand in the world. The first advertising on the brand started with an original painting by Sir John Everett Millais in 1866 – ‘Bubbles’, the most famous Pears ‘face’.
Pear entered in India in 1902 and continues its graceful journey in India with long heritage of purity and pristine. With the softness of glycerine and natural oils Pears is one of the most trusted brand in India, recommended by doctors and paediatricians all over the globe. Pears makes your skin smiling with innocence.
History of Pear Soap
With deep understanding on skin care, for more than 200 years Pears continues its tradition of providing best skin care soap. The company understands that each skin is unique and that’s why their requirement is also different from each other. That is the reason Pears has a range of products which can take care of even most delicate skin. So you can always be sure to get best skincare from Pears.
In India Pears has three types of soap, targeted to different types of skins: Pears Pure & Gentle, Pears Germshield and Pears Oil Clear. Pears Pure & Gentle comes with the formula to provide moisturizing effect to your skin to make it smooth and perfumed. Pears Germshield, enriched with Mint effect is clinically proven to fight germs while does not alter the unique oil-water balance of skin keeping it soft and supple. Pears Oil Clear, supplemented with Lemon Flower extracts helps to remove excess oil from your skin. With Oil Clear say goodbye to oily skin troubles forever.
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