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Witch Hazel Hydrosol (Certified Organic) in Frosted Bottle

(1 customer review)


A splash/spray of Witch Hazel is a popular skin toner or aftershave.
It helps tone the skin and tighten pores.
Great for everyday use and comes packaged in a lovely frosted glass bottle with a Gold or Silver spray top.
Available in 50ml and 100ml bottles.
SKU: 752012R Category:

Witch Hazel Extract – Contains 14% alcohol.

Botanical Name: Hamamelis virginiana

 Witch Hazel is astringent, antiseptic and haemostatic.  It is mildly anti-inflammatory and is effective for mild damage to the skin such as insect bites, fissure and cracks.  It can also be effective against bruising, localised inflammation, wounds, ulceration, rashes, itchy skin, fragile capillaries, burns, sunburn, bleeding wounds and general skincare.

Hydrosol is term used to refer to the by-product derived from the distillation process when producing essential oils and is sometimes referred to as floral waters. Hydrosols contain the colloidal suspensions of the essential oil as well as water-soluble components but in a milder form (0.02%) which makes them suitable for all manner of applications where essential oils would be too strong.

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1 review for Witch Hazel Hydrosol (Certified Organic) in Frosted Bottle

  1. Paula

    Witch Hazel can also be used as an eye wash. I recently suffered a run of styes in my eyes and after several attempts to rid myself of them with prescribed antibiotics, to no avail, I returned to Witch Hazel as I remember Mum used to
    rinse our eyes with it as kids. I searched the web for info as to what strength or dilution I should use but found nothing except that the North American Indians traditionally also used it for eye irritations. So at first I diluted it with sterile water which helped a little but didn’t clear the stye. Then finally tryed just dabbing it directly on to the stye with a washed dried finger and it worked a treat! Twice a day for 3/4 days and it’s gone.

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