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November 1938.
April 1939.

Hair care products, of 31 Dover Street, Piccadilly, London

Eugene Works at Edgware Road, Hendon, NW9.

Moved in the 1960s to 9 - 17 Park Royal Road.

Manufactured hair drying and hair waving machinery as well as hair lotions and paper sachets etc[1]

1970 Ashe Laboratories acquired the chemical division of Eugene Ltd[2]. The remainder of the company, making hairdressing equipment, would be renamed Suter Electrical which remained as a public company.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Belfast Gazette, Volume 18, 1938, Page 51
  2. The Times, 17 January 1970

[1]Victoria and Albert Museum article on Eugene. [2]Chichester Post on Eugene's wartime history.