In the states you might have the curiosly strong, but in Europe we've long relied on Fishermans friend for nuking our mouths with mint. Petter from RiM in Norway shares with us "the strongest there is". Ad inside.
While surfing I came across a site called BeingGirl which is a Tampax/Always brand site for young girls. If you follow the prior link you'll see a really really bad commercial. Unfortunately it looks like you can only rate it as good, not bad. Total shame. In addition, there are a couple print ads which give new meaning to the use of "blue liquid" in such advertising. It's hard to believe that these are actually real. Perhaps they aren't. The woman in the second layout caressing the box of Tampons is just too unreal. I am unsure if these are meant to run together, but seems likely considering the lack of brand name and product shot on the first one.
A new international poster campaign by Draft NZ for Les Mills International, a fitness company, shows no hard bodies and no svelt figures at all. Instead the focus is on the benefits of working out such as strength and balance. The ads were shot in Death Valley.