Witch Hazel, the savior for my skin

One of my favorite youtube bloggers, SayAnythingBr00ke said a long time ago that she used witch hazel on her skin as a toner and that intrigued me, especially since I have mega acne prone skin.

My herooo

A bottle of witch hazel is extremely cheap, maybe 3-4 dollars for 16 oz at Target? I've been using it for months, twice a day, and have gone through approximately half of the bottle.

Unfortunately, I don't have a picture to show my pre witch-hazel skin, but it's been helping in terms of staving off acne and cleaning my face on the days that I'm lazy to wash it properly. I've noticed that my skin is a lot softer and it's good for my forehead because of the upcoming summer months.

There is a caveat though, while it's drying, it makes me face smell like a pencil. It isn't surprising considering it's distilled from leaves and bark, however it does dissipate after a little while.

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