Witch Hazel

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Witch Hazel

Retinoid treatment previous now available over-the-counter to treat and prevent acne.

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“Salicylic acid is one of the best treatments for blackheads, especially for those with mild to moderate acne. This ingredient is oil-soluble exfoliator, which means it can penetrate and clear pores. Combined with charcoal to detoxify, AcneFree Blackhead Removing Scrub is an effective way to fight blackheads, and it’s gentle enough for everyday use.”

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What is witch hazel?

Derived from the bark and leaves of the witch hazel plant (technically called hamamelis), this botanically-based ingredient’s natural properties make a witch hazel face toner ideal for oily and acne-prone skin. Witch hazel is an astringent, or an agent that causes temporary constriction of body tissues—and this is a major plus for anyone with enlarged pores.

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