This year Noxzema, grandma's favorite Greaseless and Medicated facial cleanser, is turning 100. In an effort to adopt more sustainable practices (but also save a shit ton in transportation costs), Unilever has once again changed the packaging of the fan-favorite, making it about 45% lighter. But after all these years, they've still kept the same cobalt blue packaging and fresh eucalyptus-y fragrance. Also, let's bring back the 1950s' term "boudoir size"? Because that seems like the perfect and sophisticated-sounding amount for everything—skin creams, ice creams, Sour Patch Kids servings, etc.
When I was 10 and on vacation in California, I thought it would be a good opportunity to get a tan (note: I am ghostly white and don't tan) so I fell asleep by the pool one day. I turned beet red from sunburn, and for some reason my parents thought that slathering me with Noxema would help. It didn't.