Dr Roebuck’s
Skincare Review

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate Winney

The Brand

I was first introduced to Dr Roebuck’s back in 2017 and since then I’ve used one or more or their products every single day. Dr Roebuck’s is a brand created by Australian twin sisters – Kim Devin and Zoe Kelly. Inspired by their physicion parents who created an at home blended formula to treat the pairs eczema when theu were children. They believe in using minimal ingrediants for maximum rsults stating “We don’t believe in excess, fillers, nasties or lies.’ They are a vegan and cruelty free skincare company that emcompass the ‘clean beauty’ ethos. All of their products are free from parabens, sulphates and gluten as well as BPA, petrochemicals, fillers and synthetic fragrances and dyes. Their is is clinal data backing each and every product with scientific data playing a huge part in everything they produce.

The Products

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate Winney noosa cleanser

‘Noosa’ Nourishing Creme Cleanser – (100ml – £20)

Noosa Nourishing Crème Cleanser by Dr Roebuck’s is a sulfate-free, gentle face wash helping to remove surface impurities and light makeup. Calendula + Arnica help to reduce redness and irritation while providing anti-bacterial benefits. Oat Leaf Extract + Green Tea help to soothe, calm and hydrate the skin.

 

How To Use: Gently massage each morning and night on your face and neck. Rinse with warm water. Follow with your go-to serum and No Worries Hydrating Moisturizer.

 

Active Ingredients:

Calendula: Provides antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Amica: Promotes healing while soothing irritation.

Oat Leaf + Green Tea Extract: Soothing, hydrating and restore the skin barrier.

 

My thoughts

I do love me a cleanser and as someone with slightly sensitive skin, this one is certainly up there with my favourites. It’s really gentle and calming and feels super soothing on the skin. I tend to use this more in the evening after a long day. It seems to really get into those pores and helps my skin breath.

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate Winney hydrating mist‘Lifesaver’ Skin Brightening Toner – (100 ml – £24)

Lifesaver Skin Brightening Toner blends Glycolic Acid and Organic Witch Hazel to gently lift dead skin cells, excess oil and surface impurities, preventing congestion and promoting brightness and clarity. Aloe Vera helps soothe, calm and hydrate the skin.

 

How To Use: Spritz liberally over your entire face. Can be used both morning and evening, as the second step in your Dr Roebuck’s Ritual.

 

Active Ingredients:

Glycolic Acid: Combats fine lines, acne, blackheads, dullness, oiliness and uneven texture by sloughing off dead skin cells to reveal smoother, brighter, healthier-looking skin.

Organic Witch Hazel: A natural astringent that helps to remove excess oil and shine.

Aloe Vera: Healing and anti-inflammatory properties help to soothe, hydrate and heal the skin.

 

My Thoughts

In all honesty I don’t reach for this toner that often however when I do, I love it. It’s a great standard/no frills toner. It does the job perfectly without adding any unnecessary extras. I use it more when the sun is out and my skin has been exposed to heat as the aloe vera calms down the redness really well.


 ‘Bondi’ Hydrating Mist – (100 ml – £22)

Bondi Hydrating Mist is a potent vitamin skin-boosting toner that protects skin from everyday environmental agressors while replenishing essential hydration. Packed with Kakadu Plum, a powerful Aussie super fruit, Vitamin B3 and Cucumber to protect and calm the skin.

 

How To Use: Spritz liberally, avoiding eyes. Use pre-makeup for a flawless application and a dewy, glowing look. Refresh on the go for that extra #RoeGlow.

 

Active Ingrediants:

Kakadu Plum: A powerful antioxidant packed with Vitamin C, offering 50x more potency than an orange.

Cucumber: Helps soothe irritation and refresh the skin.

Vitamin B3: Preserves hydration and strengthens the skin while providing anti-inflammatory benefits.

 

My Thoughts

I didn’t think I need a hydrating mist until I got one from Dr Roebuck’s! It’s perfect for popping in your handbag when you’ve got a busy day or in your hand luggage for a flight. If I’m out all day and my skin is feeling dry and tired I spritz this and it instantly feels more hydrated. It also works over makeup which a huge bonus!

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate Winney serum anti pollution

‘Tassie’ Aniti – Pollution Serum – (30 ml – £46)

Tassie Anti-Pollution Serum is a natural, multi-benefit treatment formulated with Vitamins A, C + E and Myramaze, that helps strengthen the skin. Powerful antioxidants, Blueberry Extract + Ginseng help to shield the skin from environmental agressors. Amino Acids help to support collagen production.

 

How To Use: Apply 1-2 pumps directly onto a clean face. Gently pat into skin with fingertips until fully absorbed. Then apply SPF to protect skin on your sunny adventures. Works perfectly alone or under makeup.

 

Active Ingredients:

Myramaze: A powerful ingredient known as the resurrection plant, withstanding extreme environmental elements. Used topically to stregthen and protect the skin.

Blueberry Extract: A potent antioxidant that helps to reduce free radical damage.

Amino Acids: Stimulate collagen production and strengthen your skin’s connective tissue.

 

My Thoughts

Probably one of my favourite Dr Roebuck’s products. Living in London I’m super aware of the horrendous amount of pollution our skin takes in on a daily basis. This not only feels great on the skin but I feel calmer inside knowing there’s a barrier keeping all the nasties out!


‘Perky’ Collagen Boosting Serum – (30 ml – £46)

Our best-selling serum, Perky Collagen Boosting Serum is formulated with Vitamins A/C/E + Squalane, a plant-based collagen booster. Australian super ingredients Pullulan + Inca Inchi Oil help tighten, plump + renew skin. Hyaluronic Acid helps attract moisture deep into the skin while smoothing the appearance of fine lines.

 

How To Use: Apply 1-2 pumps directly onto a clean face. Gently pat into skin with fingertips until fully absorbed. Then apply SPF to protect skin on your sunny adventures. Works perfectly alone and under makeup.

 

Active Ingredients:

Plant-Based Squalane: Improves cell longevity and helps to enhance elasticity.

Pullulan and Inca Inchi Oil: Help provide firming and plumping benefits while improving overall texture and appearance of skin.

Hyaluronic Acid: Helps increase hydration and moisture while plumping fine lines and wrinkles.

 

My Thoughts

Although personally I find this serum a tad to runny, I do love how it feels on my skin. A few months ago I used it every day for 3 weeks and could definitely feel the difference. My skin had that bouncy feeling to it and generally felt more fresh and youthful.

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate no worries Winney moisturiser‘No Worries’ Hydrating Face Moisturiser’ – (50 ml – £30)

Our #1 global best seller, No Worries Hydrating Face Moisturizer is a silicone-free, non-comedogenic daily moisturizer formulated with Macadamia + Rosehip Oil to assist with cell regeneration and smooth fine lines + wrinkles. Hyaluronic Acid, known for drawing moisture deep into the skin, helps to optimize hydration levels.

I really love Dr Roebuck’s in general, but this moisturizer is a standout favorite. It has Vitamin E, Rose Hip, and Macadamia Oil, and is just super hydrating without making you look greasy at all.” – Beauty Editor, New York Mag

 

How To Use: Gently massage each morning and night on your face, neck, and décolletage post-cleansing.

 

Active Ingredients:

Macadamia Oil: Rich in Omegas (essential fatty acid) that work to heal, nourish and hydrate the skin.

Rosehip Oil: Rich in Vitamin A + C helping to smooth fines lines and stimulate collagen.

Hyaluronic Acid: Helps increase hydration and moisture while plumping fine lines and wrinkles.

 

My Thoughts

I love having No Worries! Another hero product from the range. It’s just a really good standard every day moisturiser. I use it pretty much every day. Perfect for getting your skin looking super fresh and hydrated.

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate Winney eye creamDown Under Collagen Boosting Eye Treatment – (15 ml – £35)

Down Under Collagen Boosting Eye Treatment is a rich, luxurious, multi-benefit eye cream formulated with plant-based collagen and Hyaluronic Acid to smooth lines and wrinkles while firming the skin around the delicate eye area. Caffeine and Arnica calm and depuff while helping to brighten.

 

How To Use: Apply gently with fingertips under the eye and towards the temple. For best results use as a finish to your nighttime #RoebuckRitual.

 

Active Ingredients:

Rosehip Oil: Rich in Vitamin A + C helping to smooth fine lines and stimulate collagen.

Hyaluronic Acid: Helps increase hydration and moisture while plumping fine lines and wrinkles.

Caffeine: A natural anti-inflammatory that calms swelling and redness.

Arnica: Helps increase blood flow and circulation.

 

My Thoughts

So this eye treatment is up there with my top recommendations for eye cream however, It does leave residue when applying makeup over it. I use it every evening and its amazing but I opt for another one in the morning. The formula is really great for targeting dark circles and I feel and look like I’ve had a great nights sleep when I wake up in the morning.

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate repair cream nuddy WinneyNuddy Ultra Hydrating And Repair Creme – (50 ml – £35)

Nuddy Ultra Hydrating and Repair Crème is rich in Hyaluronic Acid and Castor Seed Oil, helping to optimize hydration levels and repair the skin for long-lasting relief.

 

How To Use: Apply a thick layer as much as needed. The product may leave a white layer. This is the barrier and will absorb after a few minutes. Perfect for everyday or take it with you on your next adventure.

 

Active Ingredients:

Hyaluronic Acid: An anti-aging active that smooths and plumps skin, helping to retain moisture and aid in decreasing the appearance of fine lines.

Castor Oil: Promotes healing while delivering deep hydration to the skin.

 

My thoughts

I do like this product however it’s not one I use often as I find it a bit to heavy. I do use it if I’ve had a particulary heavy week/month or if I’ve been wearing a lot of make up as it’s really good for evening out skintone and refreshing your skin.

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate Winney healing maskTama Healing Mask – (50 ml – 25)

Tama Healing Mask is a natural, ultra-reparative infusion of Turmeric, sustainably-sourced Manuka Honey + Avocado Oil. These vitamins, minerals, anti-inflammatories and antioxidants work together to nourish and condition the skin.

 

How To Use: Apply a thick layer to clean skin. Leave for 10-20 minutes, then rinse with warm water. For the first week, use every other day for best results. Thereafter, 2-3 times per week for maintenance. Use over your entire face or as a spot treatment.

 

Active Ingredients:

Turmeric: Provides antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging benefits to the skin.

Sustainably-sourced Manuka Honey: Reduces redness and heals inflamed, congested skin.

Avocado Oil: Rich in fatty acids, it promotes deep hydration while softening and nourishing skin.

 

My Thoughts

This mask is great, messy! But great! It really helps to revitalise my skin and provides a calming effect whilst using it. I mostly apply it when I have hormonal breakouts as it’s great for reducing redness and pulling out the impurites from my skin.

Dr Roebuck's skincare Kate Winney

There we have it, a little overview of all the wonderful Dr Roebuck’s products I’ve been using. It’s not only a skincare brand I like but it’s one I trust, Their company ethos and work ethic in general is something I’m really supportive of. If you were to invest in only one or two Dr Roebuck’s products I’d say ‘Tassie” the anti-pollution serum and the ‘No Worries’ moisturiser would be my recommendations. Dr Roebuck’s is available at both Space NK and Cult Beauty in the UK. I hope you’ve found this most both useful and enjoyable. Let me know which skincare brand you’d like me to review next, in the meantime why not check out my other reviews here. See you soon!

K x

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