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Vintage Women's Products We Can't Believe Were A Thing

3. Chin Reducers
Social media might have accelerated women's body insecurities thanks to Instagram models and content creators who use Photoshop and Facetune, but industries have long preyed on women's insecurities to sell products. In 1890, the market was saturated with strange contraptions that promised to sculpt, shrink, or change features a woman didn't like. 

One such tool was Professor Eugene Macks' "Chin Reducer and Beautifier." It was a chin and neck massager that you strapped to your head, and used to massage away any flabbiness, sagginess, or double chins.