Unilever makes and sells products under more than 400 brand names worldwide. Two billion people use them on any given day. Here is a selection of our top brands, available in many countries, along with the stories behind them.
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Axe has become one of the world’s most popular male grooming brands, by being a guy’s best first move. Cool, adventurous and never dull, Axe is designed to keep guys a step ahead in the dating game.
In more than 50 countries around the world, millions of people use Cif’s range of home care products to clean their kitchens, bathrooms, dishes, floors and surfaces. Cif products come in various forms: creams, sprays, gels, wipes and liquids. The brand is also known as Jif and Viss in different markets.
Comfort is a fabric conditioner that is available globally, with numerous variants such as Comfort Easy Iron and Comfort Bright Whites. It is also sold under local names, such as Drive and Yumoş in some markets. Comfort was the first fabric softener to be launched in the UK in 1969.
Dove believes that beauty - feeling and looking your personal best - is the result of proper care. Dove always aims to deliver products which tangibly improve the condition of skin or hair and give a pleasurable experience of care, because when you look and feel beautiful, it makes you feel happier. It’s a feeling every woman should experience every day. From the beginning Dove has always celebrated real women at the heart of everything the brand does and believes. Real beauty embraces diversity - no woman is or should feel excluded from the world of beauty that the brand represents. Real women are the brand’s true inspiration.
At Knorr, we believe that delicious and nutritious food should be within everyone’s reach. We are dedicated to delivering great-tasting products and our iconic bouillon cubes and soups are at the heart of the brand.
As the world’s leading health soap, Lifebuoy aims to make a difference by creating accessible hygiene products (soap) and promoting healthy hygiene habits. With this in mind, Lifebuoy aims to change the handwashing behaviour of 1 Billion people by 2015.
Lipton is the world’s leading tea brand and is sold in more than 150 countries, providing products ranging from tea bags to bottled iced tea. In 1880, Glasgow-born entrepreneur and innovator Sir Thomas Lipton saw the opportunity to make tea universally accessible with guaranteed quality at affordable prices. He began by purchasing tea estates in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and arranged packaging and shipping at low costs. In 1893, he established Thomas J Lipton Co., a tea-packing company with its HQ and factory in Hoboken, New Jersey, US.
Lux is a global brand, launched in 1925, whose range of products includes beauty soaps, shower gels, bath additives, shampoos and conditioners of the stars - from Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn monroe, Aishwarya Rai, Katrina Kaif and Shu Qi. The product is available in more than 100 countries.
Rexona is a deodorant brand for men and women, offering a range of anti-perspirants and deodorants with formulations that last up to 48 hours. It was developed in 1908 by an Australian pharmacist and his wife and its products include aerosols, pumps, roll-ons, sticks and creams. The brand actively promotes good personal hygiene and enables millions in low-income markets across Asia to enjoy Rexona products with their affordable mini-sticks, mini-roll-ons and sachets of deodorant lotions. Rexona is also sold as Sure, Shield and Degree around the world.
Sunsilk is a hair-care brand for women. It is the world’s leading brand in hair conditioning and the second largest in shampoo. Its shampoos, conditioners and other hair-care products are sold in 69 countries, often under local brand names such as Seda and Sedal. The brand is strongest in Asia, latin America and the Middle East and is the no. 1 hair-care brand in Pakistan, India, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Thailand.
Unilever Food Solutions is a global provider of culinary products and expertise for chefs who are cooking at scale. Its customers are businesses of all sizes, from independent restaurants to hotel chains and contract caterers in 74 countries.
Vaseline has been helping skin look beautiful and feel healthy since 1870.
Breeze keeps your smile as bright & fresh as your clothes.
Clear was launched in 1979 as a haircare product to tackle problem hair, notably hair with dandruff. Its breakthrough technology, Nutrium 10, combines ten vitamins and mineral nutrients to nourish the scalp and prevent dandruff from returning.
Developed in 1975, Fair & Lovely is a best-selling fairness cream. The product contains no bleach or harmful ingredients. It is the no. 1 fairness cream in India and is popular throughout Asia.
Lady’s Choice is a food brand whose products include peanut butter, salad dressing and jams. It is available in Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore.
Persil (also known as Omo) is a global laundry brand, which emphasises its stain-removal technology. It is available in the form of washing liquids, capsules, powder, tablets and sachets and is effective with low-temperature washes.
Launched in late Victorian England, Sunlight was one of Unilever‘s first products – and was the world‘s first packaged and branded soap. Unilever founder William Hesketh Lever first sold Sunlight Soap in the UK in 1885 at a time when the country was suffering from high levels of poverty and ill health. He made it his mission to revolutionise hygiene, bringing it within the reach of ordinary people. Now, some 120 years later, Sunlight is still found around the world and is used for cleaning dishes, clothes and skin. Sunlight is available in many countries including Belgium, Turkey and South Africa.
Ekonomi Handalan is a Malaysian brand of laundry detergent. The product comes in three varieties: Clean Fresh (restoring whiteness), Colour Fresh (for colour washes) and Lemon Fresh (removing musty scent in clothes).
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