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witch hazel2005-01-22T04:25:51+00:00
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  • Anonymous
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    I noticed that many of you reccomend witch hazel as a natural frugal astringent. I was wondering if it was diluted before application or does anyone have any other reccomendations as to what can be added to it? thanx

    Anonymous
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    I have always just used my witch hazel straight from the bottle with a cotton ball and it works great!

    imported_refuge821imported_refuge821
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    Do you have a brand of witch hazel that doesn’t have alcohol in it?  All I’ve seen has alcohol and it really dries my skin out.

    Anonymous
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    I used neat witch hazel as a cleansing astringent until I was about 24 (I’m female); since then, I dilute it under the tap by about half for a splash-on toner instead.

    imported_sewnsewimported_sewnsew
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    Since Witch Hazel is mild, I have used it for dabbing on mosquitoe bites, and cleaning my dogs ears.  My vet tends to be “holistic” and even approved of it (Q-tips are still a no-no).

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