Physicians Formula

Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Correcting Primer

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Sofia M.

I'm always hesitant to buy PF products because in my opinion, they are randomly expensive and their packaging looks cheap. Also they make so many damn powders and bronzers --that's all I tend to see when I look at their display and I get bored. But one day I was rummaging through my local rite aid looking for a good primer. MUFE and photofinish are both awesome but are ridiculously expensive. I didn't want to spend more than 15$ for primer and even that was pushin it,so maybelline and revlon's options were out of the equation. I saw two or three primers wayyyy at the bottom of the millions of powders, highlight and blushes PF offers, and I chose the green one to correct the occasional redness on me face. The plus was that this has SPF and is oil free! Woohoo! What I really like about this is that it has its own brush which u can decide to use or not use, but in all honesty it's not that bad and makes applying face primers a breeze and keeps your hands clean! The price point was also very appealing. I purchased it for about 10 or 11 dollars, so needless to say my wallet was also happy with this. Now for future priming needs, I know what to grab. :)

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