Organic Witch Hazel (USDA Certified)
Ingredients: organic witch hazel extract (14% organic ethanol). That's it! No bad stuff!
Certification: USDA Certified Organic
Description: Cools, cleans, tones, soothes, and refreshes. Witch hazel is a multi-purpose, non-irritating extract that has been used for hundreds of years as a soothing skin remedy. Use it as a toner after cleansing, as a mid-day astringent to remove oil, or any time your skin needs a refreshing lift. Use it on bug bites, acneic skin, and even to clean eyelids.
- No estrogen mimickers
- Safe for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding
- No synthetic detergents or fragrances
- Vegan and cruelty-free
Pour on to cotton ball, pad, or tissue and wipe on face to cleanse and tone. Can be used on face or body.
Size: 4 fl oz in frosted glass bottle.
Shelf Life: 2 years
I really Love the feeling of this stuff. I use It as a toner after washing. The only thing I dislike is that it doesn’t have a spray or drip top to it. I don’t want to overuse the product so Im going to try to put a different top on the bottle.
I love witch hazel. But it so hard to find without any added chemicals or preservatives. It's great in hand soap, for oily skin and acne. I put a little on cotton wipes or a cloth and wipe my face every morning and night. Within a week I noticed less oil, acne and clearer pores.
This is, hands down, THE BEST witch hazel I have ever used. Love the way it smells and makes my skin feel, can't do my daily cleansing ritual with out it.
I don't ever want to be without this! Without getting graphic, this stuff saved me from 3 months of misery for the first time in years. Other companies I've seen that make organic witch hazel, put it in plastic bottles, and or add other ingredients. I try to avoid that if possible, and I think it makes a difference.
Since I've switched to witch hazel from drug-store facial toners, my skin has never looked better. My skin feels refreshed after using it, and it totally evened out my complexion. The smell is great too! I tried a different brand of witch hazel that was half the price but it was totally diluted with alcohol and did not give the same effect.
I am sure this is a great product, but for those who don't know how big a 4 fl. oz. bottle is (or missed that detail, which was the case for me), it is SMALL. All of the bottles of witch hazel I have purchased in the past have been 16 fl. oz. So, you are basically paying twice the price for one-quarter the product as compared to other organic witch hazel brands.