The more popular something becomes, the more people try to cheapen or “dupe” it. The same goes for skincare. We’ve seen a rise in both interest and general knowledge of skincare routines, formulas and products, yet we continue to see clients who insist on creating DIY formulas for skin concerns that could easily be remedied with the right over the counter product. You may think that making your own products is the answer, but we’re here to (gently) remind you that it’s not. Though you’ll never catch us recommending lemon, honey and baking soda as a facial cleanser/mask, there is one frequently promoted ingredient that receives love from both professionals and DIYers alike, and that’s Witch Hazel.
Witch Hazel, also known as Hamamelis Virginiana, is an antioxidant and astringent that soothes and heals the skin. Widely used for centuries, Witch Hazel addresses a variety of ailments, from bug bites to breakouts, swelling to sensitivities. Native…
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