Original ad text reads:
I see a film on the side dipped in my soap. It looks like I'm not getting as clean as I thought. If it's on the picture, most likely it's going to be on my body also. It bothers me!
The Zest side looks clean. I went home and tried Zest. Zest gave me a lot of lather. I rinsed and one time did it. I felt cleaner. My body felt like my picture looked. Clean. I'll buy Zest. I like it.
The above sentences are excerpts taken from hidden camera interviews of Linda Jackson. At that time, we asked her to bathe pictures of herself like the ones above, in her favorite soap and Zest. We also asked her to try Zest at home. She found out Zest made her feel cleaner than her soap.
Try Zest. Like Linda Jackson, you'll feel cleaner and fresher than with soap.
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