The other bottle is the Lanvin boule, a special one: it’s made of colourless glass (and not of the more ordinary black glass) and its gold stopper has got a raspberry shape (and not the more ordinary ribbed ball shape) . This bottle was used to house Mon péché (My Sin), originally launched in 1924, and Arpège, launched in 1927. I like to think My Sin is sitting on Mildred’s vanity: she’s a character full of contrasts, who is definitely hiding many secrets and sins.
 Later, the ribbed stoppers would replace the raspberry ones. The change didn’t happen before the 1960s, as shown by this 1964 advert for My Sin
The outfit of the Hollywood star Barbara Stanwyck on the cover of Picturegoer Film Weekly magazine  serves as source of inspiration for Mildred Ratched. When it comes to perfumes, though, the nurse has got her own taste.
The large splash bottle on the left is Platino / Platinum / Platine by Dana, a fragrance launched in 1934.
The tall fluted bottle with black stopper is Moment Suprême eau de cologne by Jean Patou, The eau de parfum version was launched in 1929.
“Kill or cure” is the brutal parenting technique used by Dwight Hansen (Robert De Niro) with his stepson Toby (Leonardo Di Caprio). The first thing he forces the boy to do is getting a military flat-top haircut, much to the boy’s dismay. At the barber’s shop a tin can of Clubman Pinaud talc can be seen.
Lena (Penélope Cruz) has several beauty products on her vanity.
There’s a can of L’Oreal Elnett Satin extra strong-hold hairspray.
There’s also a Helena Rubinstein skincare product. The bottle pictured above is just for reference, because the one seen in the film is not All Mascaras! make-up remover. If I remember correctly, this was a cleansing milk.
Next to the Helena Rubinstein bottle there’s Lancôme Trésor body lotion.