Physicians Formula pH Matchmaker pH Powered Blush in Natural Swatches & Review

Physicians Formula pH Matchmaker pH Powered Blush

New from Physicians Formula is the pH Matchmaker pH Powered Blush. This comes in two shades: Rose and Natural.

Like the pH Balance glosses I reviewed awhile ago, these are made to transform to your perfect shade using a Fluorescein Based Dye which senses the pH level of your skin & adjusts within 60 seconds.

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The compact is super cool. It comes in a thick shiny black and pink colored box. The top opens up to reveal the pretty blush and a mirror. Next to the mirror is a switch to turn on two LED lights!

Under the blush is another compartment which holds the blush applicator, which is a really soft good sized brush.

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Physicians Formula pH Matchmaker pH Powered Blush Swatch

Natural is a really pretty warm pink shade with a very slight silver shimmer (from the over-sprayed silver dots on the perimeter). It’s a really pigmented blush, very soft and gorgeous color.

The one thing I noticed though is it actually didn’t change colors on me like the lip glosses did. It stayed the same color both on my hand and on my cheeks. But since it was so pretty, I really didn’t mind.

Availability: Drugstores, Physicians Formula.

Pricing: $12.95 for 0.21 oz.

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  • March 3, 2012

    I love the concept of changing to the perfect color for your skin tone, but I just don’t buy it. I have another blush with the same claim, and I’ve tried it on other people (my husband LOL) and it was the same color on us both.
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  • March 3, 2012

    wow I don’t know about the color-changing part but the color by itself is so pretty! I would totally get it, if only it’s available in my country ):

  • March 3, 2012

    That is a great color, regardless of whether it adjusts or not. I’m glad that it comes on pigmented as well. I recently tried the Happy Booster blush, and though I liked it (hearts! so cute!), I found the pay-off to be light using a normal blush brush. I made it work using the MAC 134, but it’s nice to hear that this one has some power right out of the gate.
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  • March 3, 2012

    I love the packaging! I don’t own a pink blush yet (for some reason that’s just not the color I reach for), but a warm one looks like it’s worth a try!
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  • March 3, 2012

    The packaging with the LED lights is like a travel-friendly little studio…hehe! That shade of pink is really pretty, too.
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  • March 3, 2012

    That light in the compact makes it a win for me. I love it! It would be perfect for a blush touchup before exiting the limo!!! :)

    I think that shade would work with my skin tone.

  • March 3, 2012

    That’s a really pretty shade. Looks a bit on the coral side to me. Still very pretty.

  • March 3, 2012

    Does it have a fragrance? I had to stop using the Happy Blush/powder because the smell made me extremely UNhappy.

  • March 4, 2012

    I would buy it simply for the packaging. Very cool!
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  • March 4, 2012

    I’m always intrigued by products that claim to adjust to your skin. Whether or not this actually changes, this is a pretty pink that looks great for spring! The LED lights are a nifty touch!

  • March 4, 2012

    Gorgeous color. I also enjoy the packaging.

  • March 5, 2012

    Hmmm. That color is so pretty. I think of it as a “carnation pink” shade. Seems like Physician’s Formula is really stepping it up in terms of packaging and making more fun/trendy items. I just wish they were a teeny bit less expensive. It’s a bit of a kick in the butt to pay almost $13 for drugstore blush! I’m going to wait for a sale…!
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  • March 5, 2012

    I love this shade, and the packaging is amazing! That blush brush actually looks really great (unlike a lot of included brushes for blush). Definitely might try this out!
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