Foundation Friday: Physicians Formula The Healthy

–Healthy, satin finish
–Medium coverage
–Hyaluronic acid and Vitamins A, C, & E

–$15.99 at Ulta
–$15.99 at Target
–$10.77 at Wal Mart
–$15.99 at Walgreens
–$15.99 at

Shade Range
–My shade: FC1 (Fair Cool 1)

–SPF 20
–Good ingredients
–Fragrance free
–Buildable coverage
–Undetectable on the skin
–Paraben free
–Gluten free
–Cruelty free
–Shade match for me
–Lasted all day

–Expensive for the drugstore
–Shade range
–Packaging, I had to dip in several times

Final Thoughts
If you like full coverage, you need to pass on this one. One layer is light coverage and you can build up to medium coverage with 2 layers. It builds nicely and doesn’t cake up. You don’t get a lot of product on the wand and I had to dip in several times. I used a green corrector on a few red spots, but nonetheless, it still covered all of my redness. I stippled it on with the Sonia Kashuk foundation brush and then went over it with a sponge to smooth out the finish. It worked well with my other complexion products and didn’t cake when set with powder. I like this and approve it, but it is expensive for the drugstore. There are cheaper drugstore foundations that work just as well. However, if you prefer light to medium coverage, I think this one is worth trying.

Primers: Urban Decay b6, CYO Illuminating Cream + Pretty Fresh Hyaluronic Hydrating  (I do a pump of each, mix with my fingers, and apply), Revlon Pore Reducing
Powder: LOreal Hydra Perfecte
Tools: Sonia Kashuk Flat Top Foundation Brush, Sonia Kashuk Sponge


Before & After
No makeup :: Foundation only :: Full face



4 responses to “Foundation Friday: Physicians Formula The Healthy”

  1. beautyofcafe205 Avatar

    Hii, pretty foundation 🤩

    Catarina |


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