David (Benjamin Voisin) and Alex (Félix Lefebvre) are recovering after being attacked by bullies at a local fun fair. They’re cleaning themselves up in David’s bathroom.
The first bottle I can see on the left side of the bathroom shelf is Boucheron Pour Homme eau de toilette. I don’t think David wears it, so it’s likely to be something his late father used to wear.
There’s another perfume bottle, and this definitely belongs to David’s mother, the outgoing Mrs. Gorman. It’s Fabergé Babe, a floral fragrance launched in 1977 and famously advertised by Margaux Hemingway.
In the screencap above there’s also a tube of Colgate toothpaste.
On the shelf there’s also a bottle of Pétrole Hahn Vert hair lotion and a box of Nivea Creme.
There are many products on Isabelle’s bathroom shelf: all of them are French.
The blue bottle on the left is Sanoflore Essence Merveilleuse, a regenerating anti-age night concentrate.
There’s La Roche-Posay Unifiance shine-free foundation.
One of the most popular French beauty products is Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse. Isabelle uses the sèche version, which can be used on face, body and hair.
There’s a bottle of Nominoë body oil.
The perfume of choice is Chloé, a floral fragrance created by Amandine Marie and Michel Almairac and launched in 2008. Behind the perfume bottle there’s another Nuxe product in a small tube, but I haven’t been able to identify it. Judging from its content, it could be a travel-size tube or a sample of a product from the Rêve de Miel line.
Last but not least, another Nominoë product – a gentle foam face cleanser.
Thanks to Mari for the Sanoflore id.