DescriptionThis series consists of items relating to a television commercial for Clearasil Max.

The series includes Pre-Production and Production material for an animated demo sequence (consisting of drawings, animation cels, dope sheets, and storyboards).

Synopsis: The scene opens on a timeclock graphic that reads 'Spots, lies & Videotape'. Various situations are presented regarding the product Clearasil Max in which the super reads either lie or fact. At one point the scene cuts to an animated demo sequence.
The Animated Clearasil Demo: Scene opens on cream being wiped over an inflamed, blotched pore. The cream forms an arrow shape which opens the pore. The arrow flips over to form two prongs which suck up all the grime. As it absorbs the grime, the pore shrinks back to its normal size and the inflammation goes down... leaving a healthy, normal pore and skin.
Extent1 box
ArrangementThis series has been arranged according to pre-production and production.
LocationFarnham, G193, box CS1
AdminHistoryClearasil is a brand of skincare and acne medication. It was invented in the United States in 1940 by Ivan Combe with the help of the chemist Kedzie Teller. In 1961 the brand was bought by Richardson-Vicks. In 1985 Richardson-Vicks was acquired by Proctor & Gamble. In 2000 Clearasil moved to the Boots Group porfolio. In 2006 Boots Healthcare International was purchased by Reckitt Benckiser.

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