Saturday, June 5

Physicians Formula Healthy Wear Tinted Moisturizer

Now that summer is here, I don't want to wear heavy foundation. I decided to try a tinted moisturizer.

Product: Physician's Formula Healthy Wear Tinted Moisturizer

Comes in 4 shades:
  • Ivory to Fair
  • Fair to Light
  • Light to Natural
  • Natural to Tan
  • Delivers maximum SPF 50 broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection while providing sheer and natural-looking color.
  • Protects- SPF Boosters and Mineral-based ingredients provide SPF 50 protection without residue or greasiness.
  • Prevents- Potent antioxidant blend helps prevent future UV damage and premature signs of aging.
  • Restores- Licorice Extract & Tomato Derivatives help brighten skin and diminish the appearance of sun spots.
I apply this with either a foundation brush or sponge.

Price: $

This was $12.97 for 2 bottles at Walmart

Packaging: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
1 oz. orange plastic bottle with hot pink lettering. It dispenses with a pump. The pump is easy to use so you can control how much product you want to come out.

  • SPF 50
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Fragrance Free
  • Paraben Free
  • Dermatologist Approved
  • Oil-Free

  • Only 4 Shades
  • Makes Your Face Shiny
  • Rubs Off Easily

Final Verdict: ♥ ♥
This is my first time using a tinted moisturizer so I can't really compare it to another product. As far as this product goes, there's a lot to like but the cons might get to people. Physician's Formula has always been great with products that is safe on any skin type. This is no different. I like that it's hypoallergenic, has SPF 50 (great for summer), and oil free (won't clog your pores). For a tinted moisturizer this one has the highest SPF. I think that is also the reason why it makes your face seem shiny. That can be combated by putting a little bit of powder. I'm not sure if all tinted moisturizers are this way but it does rub off easily. The biggest flaw about this is that the shades might be hard to match for people. I bought the darkest shade they had (Natural to Tan) and I'm only a medium skin tone (NC35). I give it a 50/50 chance that it will match a person skin tone. It definitely worth a try but try to get it on sale.


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