Physicians Formula

Physicians Formula is a cosmetic brand established in 1937, by an allergist named Dr. Frank Crandall. The company's aim is to offer high-quality cosmetics that are hypoallergenic and safe for those with sensitive skin. Their products are available at large retail chain stores worldwide.They are headquarted in Asuza, CA and is owned by Markwins International Corp. and Cross River LLC.

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575 products

14,678 reviews

64% would repurchase

Recent Physicians Formula Reviews

Bronzers -Physicians Formula -Murumuru Butter Bronzer

on 11/19/2018 7:24:00 PM


I love this bronzer. I am not a big bronzer person as I am PALE and can't get anything to blend well enough into my skin/foundation. this blends like a sweet dream and gives the best dimension to my skin. The smell is heavenly as if the formula wasn't enough to make me love this. The only thing I don't love is the packaging. It is aesthetically pleasing for sure but I hate how PF put the little extra compartment in the bottom of the compact for the brush. It just makes it bulky and the mirror is not user friendly due to the weird bottom compartment. I am always scared I will drop my baby bronzer.

Other than that, this product is bomb and HG for me. Buy it!

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -Physicians Formula -The Perfect Matcha 3-in-1 Melting Cleansing Balm

on 11/18/2018 8:21:00 PM


I tried to find a review of this before purchasing but it’s so new it wasn’t even listed on the PF website at the time! That didn’t stop me from picking it up and using right away though. I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and while there isn’t a ton of product in the container it works like most other melting cleansing balms and does a good job of removing makeup. Packaging looks nice and it comes with a small spatula (like those little white ones you see at Sephora) so you don’t have to stick your fingers in the pot.

As per PF’s website: Hypoallergenic. Paraben-Free. Gluten Free. Dermatologist Tested. Non-Comedogenic. Clinically Tested. Safe For Sensitive Eyes & Contact Lens Wearers. Ophthalmologist Tested. Vegan. Cruelty Free.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Mascara -Physicians Formula -Argan Wear Mascara

on 11/16/2018 3:17:00 PM


I was hoping to really love this mascara because of its conditioning benefits, but it’s not a product that worked for me.

First off is the wand that has a normal top, but circular bottom. It is an awkward shape and when I would put my mascara on toward the inner corners the ball part would basically make the lashes towards my outer lash clump. It’s something that can be worked around, but it’s more of a pointless inconvenience. I call the shape “genie bottle” because that is what it reminds me of!

Once applied my lashes were separated and lengthened. It wasn’t the most volumizing on my eyes, but it did an okay job and came out black. This is where it earned an extra star. However, by the end of the day I had some flaking and smudging (it has oil in it so on a hot day in Florida I wasn’t too surprised). I also think that if I had put this mascara on with heavier eye makeup, it may not have earned that extra star. In my opinion it works for natural looks, but not with heavy eyeliner, etc.

The fragrance is also opinion. Personally, I don’t mind it and it’s nice to know there is true argon oil in the product. However, it is strong where if smells bother you - you won’t like this.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Mascara -Physicians Formula -Killer Curves Voluptuous Curling Mascara

on 11/14/2018 8:30:00 AM


I was on the hunt for a good, inexpensive vegan mascara and decided to give this one a shot. For the first couple uses, I didn't like it. But I've come to enjoy the results I get from it.

The packaging is pretty great. The chrome-looking tube has a very geometric shape that reminds me of Marc Jacobs, and the wand is similar to that of Better Than Sex. I enjoy hourglass wands like this, and the tube itself doesn't roll off my vanity. It looks and feels to be of a high quality.

The formula is a bit mousse-like. It's not dry, but it's not super wet like the Essence mascaras.

Over all, the results I get from this mascara are a couple notches above a natural look. I get fluttery lashes, but they aren't packed with volume. Normally, I got for very dramatic lashes, but with that comes a lot of clumping. This doesn't seem to clump on me at all, even at three coats. I've not experienced any flaking with this.

I paid $9 at Target, which is a decent price for a good mascara. It can't hold a candle to my Flower Lash Warrior, which is at a similar price point, so it won't be knocking that out of the top slot anytime soon. But it's good, and if you're looking for a more subdued look, this is a good option.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Lips -Physicians Formula -The Healthy Lip Velvet Liquid Lipstick

on 11/10/2018 9:26:00 PM


This is a good drugstore liquid lipstick that comes close to the Smashbox Always On but is just a third of the price (frequent sales make them even cheaper). Applicator is very similar to Smashbox as well. Product glides on smoothly, stays put without being super drying. I purchased in Raisin' Immunity, Vitamin Beet and Fight the Free Red-icals - all 3 fall under the bold end of the shades available but whenever I wear these, I always get compliments.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

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