Radox

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Radox
Radox logo.png
Radox1949.jpg
Radox advertisement from 1949
Product type Personal care
Owner Unilever
Country United Kingdom
Introduced 1908
Markets United Kingdom, Ireland, Czech Republic, Australia, Malaysia and South Africa
Previous owners Sara Lee Corporation
Website www.radox.co.uk

Radox is a brand of personal care products, best known for their range of bubble bath and shower gels. The brand was founded in the United Kingdom in 1908, and is now also available in Ireland, Czech Republic, Australia, Malaysia and South Africa. In September 2009 it was bought by Anglo-Dutch multinational Unilever from the Sara Lee Corporation.[1]

Products[edit]

The first product produced by Radox was a salts foot bath in 1908, which used the tagline that it "radiates oxygen".[2] Nowadays, it produces many different products such as liquid soap, deodorant, shower gels, and a wide range of bubble baths, bath salts and muscle soaks.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Macalister, Terry (25 September 2009). "Unilever cleans up act with £1bn deal to buy Radox from Sara Lee". The Guardian. Retrieved 9 April 2016. 
  2. ^ "Our Story". Unilever. Retrieved 9 April 2016. 

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