There are two Dr. Hauschka products in Charlotte and John’s hotel bedroom.
The first can be seen on a table while John is packing his camera and lenses for work. It’s a tube, so it could contain many different creams. I like thinking it’s the rose day cream, which I’ve used for many years and still love.
The second appears on Charlotte’s bedside table: it’s a smaller tube, and I’m pretty sure it contains the daily hydrating eye cream.On the same spot there’s another product which looks familiar: it looks like the shea butter tin box by L’Occitane. This may be a long shot, though.
Les Fleurs du Soleil talc tin box in the Lisbons’ bathroom.
Zoe Valdes (Heather McComb) keeps a giant bottle of Chanel no. 5 perfume on her desk.
Bonus read: an overview of the Chanel accessories and costume jewellery seen in the film. In the late 1980s Sofia Coppola wasn’t a director yet, but she worked on this film: she curated the costume and wardrobe department, wrote the screenplay with her father and designed the main titles.
Chanel Joues Contraste blush, Chanel Coco and no. 5 perfumes, Lancome cleansing milk (old packaging, with white bottle and white lettering on grey background).
Chanel Rouge Allure lipstick in Kensington.
Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) uses Clinique Different lipstick in Raspberry Glacé (aqua green casing).
Sofia Coppola’s bathroom cabinet.
I spy Caudalie, Kerastase, Dr. Hauschka, Valmont, Clarins, Mario Badescu, Bumble and Bumble, Joëlle Ciocco and Biologique Recherche products, plus NARS lipsticks, Diptyque Olene, Robert Piguet Fracas and Marc Jacobs perfume.
Nicki Moore (Emma Watson) wears Chantecaille Brilliant gloss in Mirth.
Elie Saab Le Parfum, Annick Goutal, Chanel Coco Noir and Paco Rabanne Lady Million perfumes on Lindsay Lohan’s dressing table.