Rovectin Barrier Repair Cream Review

Rovectin Review.

Brand Overview.

Hello, beauties! I am excited to announce that I’ve been chosen by the StyleKorean team to review a Rovectin Skincare Line! Yay! So this post, actually, would include some bonus content. Not only Barrier Repair Cream Review but additional Rovectin products that left me completely amazed!

Honestly, I’ve been sent the package a while ago. But in my defence, I was testing products for 2 weeks for it to be fair.

And I also have a schedule, an excel sheet with all the products I am testing right now or about to test not to get confused with all this stuff. So let me start with the first product, expectations, key information, and, of course, my impressions and results.

Not only this news, I also have started my first year as a doctoral student and excited to be a part of the university and to begin my journey as a teaching assistant.

1. Rovectin Skin Essentials Conditioning Cleanser Review


Provides the information that it is “a gentle low pH cleanser“.

It could be a gentle cleanser, in reality when I tested pH using pH strips the results have shown pH 5.5-6.0 which is quite high for my sensitive combination acne-prone skin type. But still, the skin does not feel tight after cleansing at all!

Key ingredients:

Glycerine, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate

Results, My impressions and thoughts:

pH level of this cleanser is too high for my skin type which potentially could breakout it out. But it would be perfect for normal/ dry/ dehydrated skin type.

I enjoyed the formulation and that the skin after application didn’t feel like paper. However, it’s a pass for me. I’d rather use my favourite COSRX Cleanser (for more COSRX reviews click HERE).

2. Rovectin Activating Treatment Lotion Review


It’s basically a moisturizing Toner with exfoliating features that protects skin from the loss of moisture.

Hypoallergenic Alcohol-Free Toner. 

Key ingredients:

Trehalose, Caffeine, Amino Peptidase, Vit E

Results, My impressions and thoughts:

It is a decent moisturizing Toner that could be enjoyed in the morning, because of it’s de-puffing and toning features itself (due to a Caffeine in the ingredients list). Toner perfectly calmed the redness.

I didn’t feel that my skin was super-moisturized, that job did sheet masks, but one more time: Activating Treatment Lotion nicely toned the skin. Additionally, I didn’t feel the exfoliation compared to e.g. Mandelic Water by Wishtrend, so…

I liked it, but wouldn’t repurchase.

3. Rovectin Barrier Repair Cream Review


It is a hypoallergenic non-thick, non-oily repairing cream for face and body repairing the skin and protecting it from further damage.

Key ingredients:

Astaxanthin, Ceramide, Aloe Vera, Avocado Oil

Results, My impressions and thoughts:

LOVE THIS CREAM. I apply it every day, several times a day. It is perfect for my sensitive acne-prone skin. Does not clog the pores or irritate the skin at all.

I apply it even around eyes.

The cream replenishes the moisture and protects the skin from its loss. Essential cream, would recommend it to everyone and apply it even to my lovely 13-year old. Highly recommend and will repurchase!

4. Rovectin Barrier Repair Face Oil Review


“The high-quality natural ingredients in our face oil penetrate deep into the skin for hydration, nourishment, and protection.
The oil is easy to apply, absorbs quickly, and leaves you with a smooth, non-sticky finish. “

The Oil was the most mysterious product for me because I was avoiding this types of products as much as possible. (It could just simply break out my acne-prone skin).

So I was cautious, but Rovectin Oil surprisingly didn’t break the skin. Smells like Sunflower Oil though.

Key ingredients:

Sunflower Seed Oil, Squalane, Prunus Domestica Seed Extract, Amaranthus Caudatus Seed Oil, Radish seed oil, Calendula  Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Vit E, Soybean Oil

Results, My impressions and thoughts:

Neutral. Didn’t do anything specifically. Would repurchase? Doubt that.

5. Rovectin Cica Care Balm Review


“Pinkish Calamine soothes your troubles on your face and high enriched Madecassoside restores your sensitive skin to be healthy.”

Protective balm for sensitive or irritated skin types. In my opinion, would be perfect in winter when skin starts to be tired and flaky.

Key ingredients:

Centella Asiatica, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Arginine, Lavandula Hybrida Oil, Madecassoside, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Calamine, Synthetic Beeswax

Results, My impressions and thoughts:

Didn’t quite understand the Cica balm for some reason. Maybe, my skin wasn’t too irritated, but who knows. I’ll try it again in the winter or while snowboarding to see how it performs during cold weather. So far, won’t repurchase.