There are two Ortigia products in Ethan and Harper’s shower. The pump bottle on the left is Ambra Nera bath and shower gel, while the one on the right is body cream. The scent of the latter is unclear: the brand uses the same bottle for body creams in different fragrances.
Ethan and Harper’s hotel bathroom seems to be the place where meaningful conversations between husband and wife happen, but also the place where dramatic epiphanies happen (in this case Harper suspects Ethan has cheated on her).
The products seen in this scene have already been featured in the previous episodes.
The pump bottle contains Ortigia Ambra Nera bath and shower gel.
There’s also an Ortigia Gattopardo room fragrance diffuser.
The jar contains Clarins Hydra-Essentiel rich cream.
Not a perfume or a skincare product, but I just love the tray where two glasses sit. It’s another Ortigia product: it’s lacquered and handmade.
Harper (Aubrey Plaza) wakes up early, so she can surprise her husband Ethan when he comes back from his morning running session.
In their marble hotel bathroom we can see toiletries already shown in the first episodes, plus some new items.
The pump bottle with the black palm is Ortigia Ambra Nera bath and shower gel.
The glass bottle next to it is another Ortigia product – the Gatto diffuser.
Harper’s skincare includes Erno Laszlo VTM micro-essence.
There’s also a bottle of MAC Fix + Magic Radiance hydrating spray.
Last, a bottle of Clinique gentle renewing cleansing mousse.
The Ortigia pump bottle Ethan (Will Sharpe) keeps on his bedside table is supposed to be body lotion, but it’s actually Ambra Nera bath and shower gel.
Harper (Audrey Plaza) and her husband Ethan have lots of toiletries in their marble hotel bathroom in Taormina.
The blue pump bottle by Ortigia (courtesy of the hotel) contains Sandalo bath and shower gel.
The couple uses Colgate Max Fresh Cooling Crystals toothpaste.
Another Ortigia product in the bathroom is the Zagara room essence.
The third Ortigia product seen in this scene is the Sandalo liquid soap in a beautiful blue glass pump bottle.
Harper’s products include Clarins hydrating gentle foaming cleanser.
There are also a couple of MAC compacts.
Another Clarins product she uses is Double Serum Eye global age control concentrate.
There’s also a bottle of Erno Laszlo VTM micro-essence.
Just like Ethan, she has several Kiehl’s skincare products. The blue bottle contains Midnight Recovery Concentrate face oil.
The aqua blue jar contains another Clarins product – Hydra-Essentiel rich cream.
The two jars on the far right side of the marble counter are Kiehl’s products – Midnight Recovery omega-rich cloud cream and cilantro & orange extract pollutant defending masque.
There’s a Floris moisturising bath & shower gel in the bathroom where Prime Minister Anthony Eden (Jeremy Northam) retreats to have his pill of Benzedrine for his stomach ulcer before meeting Queen Elizabeth II.
There are several beauty products on José Garcia’s dressing table.
From left to right: a spray can of Doliderm spray thermal water.
Two bottles of Face and Body foundation by MAC.
A tube of Sothys Gommage Sublimateur Silhouette exfoliant.
A pump bottle of Sothys Lait Démaquillant Vitalité cleansing milk.
Impossible to read the front label, but it’s definitely a jar of Sothys face cream, possibly Crème Jeunesse Restructurante face cream.
Thanks to Scentimentalist for submitting this post.
Eriko receives some gifts from Lavera: among them, some tubes of body wash with organic lime and verbena.
In the Turners’ attic there’s a round tray with some bottles, snow globes and other items covered in dust. The bottle that attracts (and surprises) me the most is the blue one made of glass, a Guerlain product.
It’s a soothing toner from the Odélys line, launched in the early 1990s for the needs of sensitive and weakened skin. Now discontinued, it had an elegant teal packaging.
I’ve spotted many Guerlain products through the years but never one from this line, which is surprising. I perfectly remember when it first came out; needless to say, I was in love with its packaging, which at the time looked impossibly cool (and still does).
The pale pink jar contains Dew of Roses skin softener by Avon.
The tall bottle next to the Wedgwood-style jar is Caron Bain de Champagne (now Royal Bain de Caron), an Ernest Daltroff fragrance first launched in 1923.
Thanks to Alessandra for the screencap and to Kelly in the comments for the Avon and Caron ids.