Facial tissue is often referred to as a "tissue", or (in the United States) by the
genericized trademark "Kleenex" which popularized the invention and its use.
Learn the history behind the Kleenex® Brand facial tissues that have brought you
comfort since 1924.
In 1924, the Kleenex brand of facial tissue was first introduced. Kleenex tissue
was invented as a means to remove cold cream. Early advertisements linked ...
Sep 30, 2009 ... The Accidental History of Kleenex & Kotex .... They invented a way to make
tissues pop up automatically by shuffling tow piles overlapping ...
That underground use grew even more rapidly when the company started
packaging Kleenex in the “Serv-a-Tissue,” the new pop-up tissue box invented by
InventHelp's Tribute to the Inventors of Kleenex®, the Zipper and Disposable ... In
the 1920s, Kleenex® Brand invented the facial tissue category, which was ...
Kleenex Facial Cleansing, Eye Makeup Removal, Wipes, Skincare, Cleanse your
skin, Facial Cloths, Kleenex Facial Tissues, Kleenex Tissues, Facial Tissues, ...
Apr 23, 2010 ... Kleenex brand facial tissues is now a recognized brand name for facial tissues,
now synonymous with facial tissues! The history of the brand ...
Dec 5, 2013 ... A Kimberly-Clark researcher with hay fever contributed to Kleenex sales doubling
in the 1930s. He used Kleenex tissues instead of cloth ...
The last few tissues in a box of Kleenex are colored peach, instead of white, to
indicate that you're almost out. Who invented this, when?