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Witch Hazel and Tea For Facial Astringent

After I brew some green tea, I put the warm tea bags in a bowl and douse them with witch hazel which helps cool them off. I then put them on my face for a few minutes. It's a great natural astringent, and it brightens my face instantly.

Source: Tried it on a hunch. I knew they worked separately, so why not together?

By Dorinmoz from Sugar Land, TX

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October 24, 20090 found this helpful

Witch hazel is a natural thing, but all witch hazel has added alcohol to it. Alcohol is not good stuff to put on your skin. What I use is about a 50% white vinegar & bottled water. Ii put it on with my fingers, spread it around & let dry. I started with a 10% mix & slowly increased it. This tightens pores, disinfects & is a mild alpha hydroxy. This is completely natural. Alcohol is made, not natural & it is very harsh.

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