Brand Roundup: Dr. Roebuck's


*All products mentioned were PR gifts, but as always all opinions are my own*

I am so excited to finally do this post! I've been using Dr. Roebuck's since they first sent me a few products to try out way back in the summertime. Now that I've had a chance to try out some more of their products, I thought I'd do a little roundup post. So let's get started:


The Nourishing Crème Cleanser is one of the best cleansers I've used recently. It's super gentle and hydrating, perfect for my sensitive skin. I think it would be a dream for dry skin as well, or if you're just trying to boost your skin's hydration a little bit this winter. The consistency isn't too thick, just nice and creamy. And, weirdly enough, I'm kind of obsessed with how good it smells - like green tea and freshness galore.


I am a little bit of a facial mist addict. There's nothing more refreshing than spritzing your face after cleansing, after doing your makeup, in the middle of the day, basically any time at all. Most face mists are advertised as soothing or hydrating, but the Bondi Hydrating Mist does all that and more. It features Kakadu Plum (packed with Vitamin C) and Vitamin B3 (aka niacinamide) to brighten, reduce hyper-pigmentation, protect against UV damage, and help with blemishes. Boy do I love multitaskers. 



The Ultimate Hydrating Serum was the first product I tried from the brand, and I've been using it daily ever since. It was perfect for keeping my skin hydrated in the dry summer heat in Arizona, and it's still perfect as the weather gets colder. It's got quite a thick consistency, but sinks in nicely when massaged into the skin. The little bottle lasted me four months, so even if you use this daily like I do, I wouldn't worry about running out any time soon.


I've been on the hunt for an eye cream I like for years now, and so far I am pretty darn impressed by the Collagen Boosting Eye Treatment. I'd call it a balm based on the fairly solid texture, which is quite nice because you warm it up when getting it out of the pot which helps it to sink into your eyes - which means avoiding a ton of rubbing on the delicate skin. I love that it's got rosehip oil in it for hydration and treating fine lines, as well as caffeine to reduce the constant puffiness of my eyes (allergy life!).



The Face Hydrating Moisturizer is my favorite product of all. It somehow manages to be lightweight, luxurious, and supremely hydrating all at the same time. It smells pleasantly of lavender, which is ideal for soothing blemishes, and also boasts Vitamin E for repairing your skin and Macadamia oil for decreasing inflammation. Basically, everything you could want for finicky, sensitive skin. It is everything.

There you have it! I even have a coupon code for you guys to use: BRIANAW15 for 15% off on the Dr. Roebuck's website!