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.
In the central part of the counter I’ve spotted a bottle of Kiehl’s Creme de Corps, Marvis toothpaste in Cinnamon Mint and some Jo Malone perfumes.
There are other products around the washbasin, among which a small bottle of L’Occitane Verveine shower gel (old packaging) and a NARS lipstick.
The “cologne from the West” Spyglass (Eddie Marsan) is given as after-shave lotion is Old Spice.
There’s a Dior Diorskin liquid foundation in Lorraine Broughton’s make-up drawer. This is clearly a historically inaccurate choice – the story is set in the Berlin in the late 1980s – but there’s an explanation: Charlize Theron, who plays the role of Lorraine, has been the testimonial for Dior J’Adore since 2004. Besides the foundation, other details (clothes and accessories, for example) are contemporary.