Lifebuoy is a brand of soap containing phenol marketed originally by Lever Brothers in England in 1895. Although Lifebuoy is no longer produced in the US and UK, it is still being mass produced by Unilever in Cyprus for the UK, EU, US and Brazil markets, as well as in Trinidad and Tobago for the Caribbean market. Unilever in Cyprus and Trinidad and Tobago is manufacturing the original Red Lifebuoy Soap with phenol. In other markets, including South and South East Asia, the global brand of Lifebuoy Soap has been updated to use red and other colours with modern aromas. When the Philadelphia Phillies played at the Baker Bowl during the 1920s, an outfield wall advertisement for Lifebuoy stated, 'The Phillies use Lifebuoy'.