Witch Hazel has been around for as long as I can remember. It is inexpensive and can purchased at any drug store. Did you know that there are many uses for it from head to toe? Here are a few:
Blemishes: Mix witch hazel and a few drops of Tea Tree oil and wipe over the face twice a day to control oil, and blemishes.
Use Witch hazel straight as an astringent to keep pores clean and to shrink them.
Mix witch Hazel in a spray bottle with 5 drops of peppermint oil to use as a bug repellent when outdoors. Spray on. Witch Hazel can be applied to bug bites to take the itch away also.
Witch Hazel can cool tired feet and when mixed with peppermint or Eucalyptus oil, can soothe tired muscles.