There’s a suprising object on Dorothea’s writing desk – a bottle of Yves Saint Laurent Opium, the Secret de Parfum version. This is not the original 1977 perfume, created by Jean Amic and Jean-Louis Sieuzac, but a later version, created by Jean-Louis Sieuzac and launched in 1992. From a strictly historical point of view, this is an inaccurate choice, because the film is set in the late 1970s.
Tarte cheek stains (probably in Flush and Sunkissed) on Sylvie Fowler’s desk.
Jo Malone colognes and scented candle in Mary Haines’s guest bathroom.
Dior J’Adore perfume on the table on the right.
Essie nail polishes.
In the second screencap, Mary Haines (Meg Ryan) opts for a shade called French Fawn, which doesn’t exist in Essie’s shade range.
Dr. Bronner’s hemp rose pure-Castile liquid soap on Gertrude’s dressing table.
Being True Moisture+Repair anti-aging body cream.