There are several interesting toiletries in C.C. Baxter’s bathroom, starting from those seen on the lower shelf.
The spray can on the left is Gillette Foamy shaving cream.
The bottle on the right is very peculiar: the stopper is shaped after a Medieval crest. Even if the front label cannot be read (so it’s not possible to say exactly what product it is), it’s a cologne or an after-shave lotion by Kings Men, a brand whose imagery was a reference to Medieval English and Scottish traditions.
In another scene, a “bottle” reading “Tooth Paste” can be seen on the washbasin. It’s Colgate dental cream with Gardol, available in tube or in a pump bottle which reminds me of shaving cream.
Davis has a very busy working life and a very strict daily routine which includes beauty treatments. So it’s not surprising to see many toiletries in his bathroom. D. R. Harris Arlingtonmahogany shaving bowl is one of them.
On the washbasin counter there are more beauty items:
Lots of things happen at the birthday party that Michael organises for Harold: for example, the fight between Emory (Robin de Jesús) and Alan ends up with a split lip. Bernard (Michael Benjamin Washington) takes his friend to the toilet, where they check the wound.
On a shelf in Michael’s bathroom there are four products.
In the second movie of the original trilogy, the Griswolds win a trip to Europe. Before leaving for London, Clark takes a video of his wife Ellen (Beverly D’Angelo) doing a dancing routine. The scene is set in their bathroom, so some beauty products and toiletries can be seen.
On the marble counter behind Ellen there’s a pump tube of Colgate toothpaste.
There’s also a bottle of Oil of Olay moisturizer.
From another angle, we can see a bottle of Johnson and Johnson’s baby powder.
Naomi (Maya Rudolf) keeps two Origins products in the bathroom she shares with her friends: both are from the Plantscription line. The tube is the anti-age cleanser; the jar could be many things, because the same container has been used for different creams.There’s also the 2-in-1 toothpaste and mouthwash by Colgate.
One of the opening scenes is set in the protagonist’s bathroom. He’s standing alone in front of the mirror, but he’s looking at the other side of the counter, where many beauty products are. A close-up on this side shows us that it used to be Helen’s, his dead wife.