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Witch Hazel Astringent

Reviewing: Cumberland Swan Witch Hazel  |  Rating:
By margie8228 on
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The all natural Witch Hazel isn't really considered a anti bacterial or anti acne product. On the bottle it says it's for skin irratation, insect bites and facial cleansing. Most people just look at it and think that it probably wont help their skin becuase it's cheap and the bottle isn't very appealing then they walk away, for me this has been the most helpful thing to clear up my skin, anywhere on my body, of almost anything. My sister has really sensitive skin the wrong kind of soap can give her rashes, she uses Witch Hazel almost every night and her skin stays nice and smooth. It isn't just for your face either you can apply it anywhere you feel uncomfortable and in a few days it'll start looking and feeling way better better. Witch Hazel doesn't have any harmfull things in it at all. you can use it on babies, it's only for external use, and it's14% alcohol by volume. You can purchase Witch Hazel at most places like WalMart, shopko, or Target. It's very cheap for a 1 pint bottle of the stuff. When you put in on with a cotten ball or towl it feel just like you're putting water all over you but when it dries it gives you a clean nice feeling almost like a face mask but you don't have to wipe anything off, just let it soak into your skin.