Murray's Pomade

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Murray's Pomade is a pomade developed by C.D. Murray in 1925. He believed that it could be a quality, inexpensive, and successful product. Murray began to sell it out of his Chicago barbershop. In 1959 a pharmacist named Harry Berlin began to sell it from his Detroit pharmacy. He worked closely with Murray's family to market the product.[1]

Murray's also produces Murray's Beeswax, a similar greasy and waxy substance, though made from pure Australian beeswax.


  1. ^ "Murray's Pomade". Retrieved 6 January 2015. 

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