Tokalon Perfume and Cosmetics Co.

From Kook Science

Tokalon (sometimes stylised as To-Kalon, from the Greek το καλόν, "highest beauty") was a brand name for perfume and cosmetic products sold through E. Virgil Neal's Tokalon Cos. in New York, London, and Paris. The product line included such products as Poudre Tokalon (Tokalon Powder) and Crème Tokalon (Tokalon Cream), as well as such things as the To-Kalon Keapshape Corset (cross-marketed through Neal's Dr. Turner Company) and Harriett Meta's Gold Medal Hair Tonic (for regrowing lost hair).

Tokalon, Inc. Products

As distributed through International Druggists' and Chemists' Laboratories, Inc., 20 West Twenty-second St., New York, N. Y., in 1914 (per Druggists Circular).

  • Lavona de Composee
  • Lavona
  • Bisurated Magnesia
  • Saltogyn
  • Flowers of Oxzoin
  • Aseptine Paste
  • Sulthine Concentrate
  • Fyro
  • Milk of Roses
  • Olivfoam
  • Creme Tokalon
  • Creme Superieure
  • Poudre Fascination
  • Tokalon Complexion Powder
  • Tokalon Denta Creme
  • Tokalon Talcum
  • Rouge Tokalon
  • Tokalon Brilliantine Lilac
  • Tokalon Brilliantine Heliotrope
  • Tokalon Brilliantine Violet
  • Tokalon Complexion Soap
  • Tokalon Violet Toilet Water
  • Tokalon Lilac Toilet Water
  • Tokalon Perfume
  • Parfum Adurea
  • Parfum Fascination
  • Gold Medal Hair Tonic