There’s a hype surrounding the Butter Bronzer of Physician’s Formula. The beauty community is so in love with its texture and scent that I wondered just how much of it was true.
SMOOTH AS A BUTTER
Ultra-luxurious bronzer, infused with Murumuru Butter, delivers a radiant Brazilian goddess glow! Moisturizing wonder features ultra-refined pearl and soft-focus pigments that smooth skin texture, brighten skin tone and deliver a gorgeous bronze finish.
Ultra-rich bronzer formula instantly melts into skin, sealing-in moisture to deliver instant and lasting hydration. Incredibly creamy and soft texture combines the best features of a powder and cream bronzer, to deliver a lit-from-within tropical glow unlike any other.
Infused with a powerful blend of Murumuru Butter, Cupuacu Butter and Tucuma Butter, from the lush and nutrient-rich Amazon. Packed with essential fatty acids and pro-vitamins that soften, condition and moisturize skin, leaving it silky soft.
Featuring unique sponge applicator specially designed to be used with creamy bronzer formula.
The Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer comes in a tropical-inspired, green compact (complete with coconut leaves on the cover) with a separate compartment for its sponge applicator and contains 0.38 oz/11 g of product. It comes in only two shades, Light Bronzer and Bronzer. I was hesitant to settle on any shade because I kept going back and forth over the idea that Light Bronzer may not show up on my skin or that Bronzer may be too dark on me. I finally chose the latter after much debate.
Anwyay, the bronzer feels so smooth and and silky to touch and the powder is finely-milled that it blends seamlessly and easily. There’s a little fallout due to the softness of the powder but not all the time. The finish is not matte that it becomes flat against the skin nor is it glittery. I can say that it has a satin finish with a soft luminous glow giving the appearance of sun-kissed skin. It doesn’t look orange on me and provides the right kind of warmth I’m searching for during the summer season. The bronzer begins to fade on me after 6 hours of wear.
It has a strong coconut scent to it although I’ve read how others describe it to be pina colada-like. Either way, if you have issues with the smell then I suggest to apply only a little bit on your cheeks at the start, up until you become used to it the longer you use it.
At the end, I think this is a good bronzer for anyone who has fair to light skin. It’s too bad though that they don’t have a shade for deeper skin tones. What are your thoughts about this bronzer? Anyone?
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