Benjamin Button is a product of the mid-20th century.
But its origins can be traced back to the 1940s, when it was a common and widely available alternative to the popular plastic toothpaste and water softener.
As a baby, Benjamin Button was the standard of a lot of children’s toothpaste.
The baby toothpaste was sold by the ounce, the water softening was sold as one toothpaste, and the toothpaste itself was a plastic tub.
In the 1950s, Benjamin became the standard in the toothbrush market.
It was also a standard for the first time, with a water softened toothbrush.
Its popularity grew dramatically, with the brand reaching the top of the market in 1958, and eventually reaching nearly $1 billion in sales.
Benjamin was also the standard for most products at the time, including the famous Ben Franklin toothbrush and the Ben Franklin Lint Brush.
Many of the same products were later sold by other companies, such as Bic pen, which was later acquired by Swisher, a subsidiary of J.C. Penney.
At the time of the acquisition, Swisher was already a big player in the US toothbrush industry, with over 400 stores.
Swisher had already been a pioneer in the area of water softeners.
With Benjamin, they also created a brand that would go on to become a household name.
“It was just something I did all the time,” says Ben.
“I was never afraid of anything.”
The brand became so popular that Swisher began using Benjamin Button in their products in 1958.
One of the first products they made using Benjamin was the Ben Graham Toothpaste.
The product was available at most grocery stores and also at Wal-Mart.
From the outset, the toothpicks sold well, and Swisher soon had hundreds of millions of dollars in sales from the toothbrushes.
Then things took a turn for the worse.
By 1962, Swishings toothbrushing was on the brink of bankruptcy.
Despite the fact that the company had made billions of dollars by the time they lost the business, they still couldn’t sell the toothpowder in the stores.
“We were really, really out of money,” says Benjamin.
“It was a terrible situation.”
Ben says he was given the option of taking a loan from the Swisher company, or he could try to buy out the company and continue to manufacture the toothpastes.
However, Swishers bankruptcy was a turning point for Ben.
He knew that he had to get the company back on the right track.
Over the next five years, Ben started working on new products.
Eventually, Ben found a way to merge with a company that had a much larger market share than Swisher.
Through the merger, Swashings toothbrush was acquired by Johnson & Johnson, the largest manufacturer of toothbrushed products in the world.
When Ben joined the Johnson family, he was able to create the new toothpaste brand, Benjamin.
Today, Benjamin continues to be a success in the market.
Its products are sold in over a million retail locations, and its brand continues to grow.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Benjamin Lint brush and Benjamin Lice Lint toothbrush are among the safest products on the market today.
While the Benjamin buttons are no longer widely available, you can still find them at your local Wal-mart.
Like Ben, most of the products Ben makes today are produced by the Johnson Company.
You can also find the brand on eBay and Amazon.com.
Other products from Ben are sold by many other companies.
For example, the Ben Gourmet toothpaste has become one of the most popular toothpastas of all time.
And, while Benjamin Button has been discontinued, you still can find Benjamin Button products at Walgreens, Home Depot, Target, and most of your local department store.