REVOX B77 help is a range dedicated to expert solutions to specific common skin issues. Redness, pigmentation, acne – the products in the help line utilize powerful active ingredients in efficient formulations that deliver targeted results.

Adopting healthy habits such as a balanced diet and enough sleep are well-known methods to help manage acne breakouts and blemishes. Increased levels of stress, hormonal changes, and excessive consumption of dairy products and chocolate are factors that affect the condition of the skin. When it comes to cosmetic products keep your skincare routine simple: focus on active ingredients that are aimed at skin imperfections and hydrate skin without causing congestion, and use sun protection.

Anti Dark Spot Serum


Acne Prone Skin Fluid


Anti-Blemish Face Cream


Anti Redness Face Cream



We believe that confidence comes from the inside, but shines bright on the outside, and what better way to achieve that than healthy, flawless skin?

We devoted all of our work and time since we first launched REVOX to the mission of creating affordable yet effective solutions for self-care regimens. We know the feeling of clear, smooth, bright, and glowing skin and we believe that everybody deserves to have it. All of our products aim to help with various skin concerns you may experience. Our lines allow you to build and maintain a manageable routine that really works for your imperfections and give you the confidence to appreciate and embrace your skin.


The skin is mainly constructed of three layers of connective tissue - epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis (subcutaneous tissue), and each layer plays a different role in the functioning processes of the skin. In addition, follicles, sebaceous, and sweat glands also have an effect on the overall balance and condition.

The outermost layer of the skin is the epidermis and it is responsible for the protective function of the skin. It creates a resilient barrier to keep bacteria and germs from entering, but also controls water evaporation, preventing the skin from over-drying. This layer supports the regeneration of the skin thanks to the synthesis of new cells.

Beneath is the dermis layer, which is primarily responsible for the skin’s thickness and elasticity. Aside from the production of collagen and elastin, this layer contains the sweat and oil glands, as well as the hair follicles. The dermis is not only important for the skin’s condition, but it has an important role in transporting nutrients, supplying blood, and regulating water absorption.

The bottom layer of the skin is the hypodermis, which is also called subcutaneous tissue. It is used mainly for fat storage, but its role is to connect the dermis to the muscles and bones. It is built to cushion the muscles and bones, but it also supports the extension of the nerves and blood vessels into the body.


We all know how healthy skin is supposed to look – moisturized, soft, elastic, with an even skin tone, firm complexion unified, and a radiant glow. However, how is this achieved?

Moisture in the skin is one of the most essential factors for health. Water is a vital component involved in almost any skin process. A compromised skin barrier can lead to loss of hydration and can cause dryness. This makes the skin more susceptible to sensitivities, redness, and inflammations, but it also causes the skin to become loose, appear dull, or show early signs of aging. Melanin is another important agent in your skin that has a protective function and gives the skin its color. It shields the skin from many external damaging influences, one of which is the harmful UV rays. When your skin is exposed to harmful UV light, more melanin is produced as a defense mechanism. Furthermore, when skin damage occurs, or the surface is impacted with acne, the process of melanin production is increased again for protection purposes. This leads to the forming of dark spots, otherwise regarded as hyperpigmentation. More reasons for the presence of pigmented spots are internal factors such as hormonal changes, allergies, health issues, etc.

Something that should not be underestimated is the balance of the skin. It can be disrupted by many external or internal factors, but most notably, it is reflected in the increased production of sebum, which makes the skin oily. That often leads to clogged pores, and when it’s not taken care of properly, it can cause blemishes such as pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, etc.

Acne-prone skin is also very susceptible to these blemishes – they are easy to form, hard to get rid of, and leave undesirable marks. Acne is a non-contagious skin condition characterized by pimples and spots caused by inflamed and infected sebaceous glands. It is not only important to choose suitable skincare, but also to adopt a healthy and balanced lifestyle to manage skin conditions and various skin concerns.


Diving right into the world of ingredients in our search for the desired balance, we sourced the ones that truly help the skin recover from particular concerns and maintain a flawless appearance. We focused on prominent and potent ingredients combined in balanced blends for efficient and simple routines. Every product is specifically formulated to target a particular skin concern and HELP the skin to recover.

Succinic Acid – a relatively new ingredient in the sense that it is lately presented on the skincare scene, but it is incredible and very potent. It is a natural component obtained from amber or sugar cane and is extracted by fermentation. It has gentle softening and clearing abilities, but contrary to the stripping effect of other harsh exfoliating acids, it helps the renewing processes and hydration. Succinic acid combines soothing, sebum-regulating, and anti-inflammatory properties, which makes it so groundbreaking and a must-have ingredient for acne-prone skin.

Malic acid – an alpha hydroxy acid that has a larger molecule than other AHAs, making it a gentler exfoliating option. Similar to Succinic acid, Malic acid has a wide range of benefits. It has hydrating properties and can balance the pH levels of the skin. The resurfacing action helps to get rid of superficial pigmentation and imperfections, smooths the skin, and makes it soft.

Alpha Arbutin – you may be familiar with the brightening and antioxidant properties of Vitamin C, but Alpha Arbutin is one of those powerful ingredients that just brings those benefits to the next level. It targets dark spots and discoloration and effectively evens out the complexion. Studies show that Alpha Arbutin can also influence the appearance of minor scaring.

Niacinamide – one of the most renowned ingredients for even texture and balanced skin. The powerful actions are various and very helpful for problematic skin types and as a whole. It smooths out the skin, soothes irritations and redness, improves the appearance of pores, and keeps the skin moisturized.

Azelaic Acid – an effective ingredient, beneficial for multiple skin conditions, including acne. It is predominantly known for its soothing action and the ability to diminish redness; however, it is a potent anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial agent. It clears the pores from bacteria and reduces signs of irritation.

Collagen Amino Acids – serve to increase the level of moisture and smoothness of the skin. Collagen is essential for the elasticity of the skin and also for the barrier, which not only keeps the bacteria away but holds the moisture in.

Beeswax – one of the oldest and most efficient ingredients, used in skincare long before it existed in it’s nowadays form. Beeswax combines many beneficial properties to nourish the skin and leave it smooth. It supports the protective layer, softens the skin, increases elasticity, and has a positive effect on the signs of aging. The important anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic action help to balance the skin and make the ingredient truly incredible.

Formulated with other hydrating, brightening, nourishing and calming ingredients, we created perfectly balanced products to use on their own or include in any existing skincare routine.