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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573 products

14,636 reviews

64% would repurchase

Recent Physicians Formula Reviews

Blush -Physicians Formula -Murumuru Butter Blush

on 8/15/2018 12:15:00 AM


This blush has been tempting me for ages and I finally caved and bought it when I spotted it on sale. I held out for so long because of the mixed reviews here and lack of shade variety. I love Physicians Formula but I wish they would expand their shade range. Most of the shades didn't really thrill me and it's worth noting most of their shades tend to run very light and don't offer many/any options for people with darker skin tones.

I bought the shade Plum Rose with the hopes it would show up on me. I am quite fair (I wear Nara Vanilla concealer) but it seemed even with that, this blush didn't work for some fair skinned girls. The packaging is cute but a little bulky. It does smell divine though. Sometimes I open it just to smell it. The smell doesn't last on the cheeks very long (which is good news for those who might not enjoy the scent).

The shade does show up, thankfully, and I didnt find I had to work very hard to build it up. It's a beautiful dusty mauve colour that gives a soft flush. It really is soft and silky and it adds a lovely sheen to the cheeks.

Given that it pulls a mauve-y pink on me, I couldn't see myself personally using this as a contour but it seems this blush pulls differently on different people. I really do like this product though and as other users mentioned, it does seem to look better as the day goes on and it sinks into your skin more. I would repurchase this blush again, and more from the line, if they made new shades and one caught my eye.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Powder -Physicians Formula -Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Loose Powder

on 8/14/2018 11:20:00 AM


Like Buttah! Okay, I think this product is mis-named as a "powder" because it's definitely a mineral foundation. It has its drawbacks to be sure: 1. Rubbish "kabuki" brush that goes straight into the trash for it's harsh, uneven texture and flimsy construction. 2.Laughable color range. (Seriously, if you are anywhere outside of the MAC 20-35 range, you won't find a shade.) 3. Potential to oxidize slightly as skin oils saturate.'s the thing. It's cheap, generously sized, gentle and looks gorgeous buffed into the skin. I have oily, but fairly clear skin with a few fine lines and this buffs in beautifully, blurs imperfections, wears well all day and looks "like buttah!" in its smoothness. I'm on my 3rd jar. Sure, I could spring for higher-end mineral makeup that might be slightly more elegant, but for light coverage and daily wear to make my skin look even and glowing with minimal effort, this is what I reach for.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Bronzers -Physicians Formula -Murumuru Butter Bronzer

on 8/13/2018 3:45:00 PM


Shade range is completely ridiculous

Bronzers -Physicians Formula -Powder Palette Multi-Colored Face Powder - Bronzer


I have this in light and I'm not loving it. First, Too much product comes off, so it's messy. Second, it is too Orange toned for my fair skin.....

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Foundations -Physicians Formula -The Healthy Foundation SPF 20

on 8/5/2018 9:31:00 PM


This is so flattering when first applied but doesn't last. I've tried different primers and setting powders, but nothing makes it stay beautiful. Within 5 hours, it's broken down in a pretty major way. It is not very practical for me to wear because it doesn't last through the day.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

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