Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Consumer Critique: Dickinson's Witch Hazel

Established in 1866, Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel sits among the most designated American beauty brands. To commemorate the 150th anniversary, Dickinson’s will kick off with the launch of new innovative skincare products.
De-Puffing Eye Gel ($12.99) – Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel De-Puffing Eye Gel utilizes the power of all natural witch hazel along with caffeine, cucumber and aloe to gently help awaken and de-puff tired eyes. The non-drying formula cools, soothes and smooths the delicate under eye area for a healthier, more radiant look.
Extra Strength Deep Cleansing Astringent ($6.99) – Dickinson’s Enhanced Witch Hazel Extra Strength Deep Cleaning Astringent penetrates deep into pores with cooling menthol and eucalyptus to extract hard-to-remove dirt, oil and makeup. The formula invigorates skin as it dissolves buildup, leaving skin beautifully clear and healthy looking.
Alcohol Free Hydrating Toner ($6.99) – Dickinson’s Enhanced Witch Hazel Alcohol Free Hydrating Toner gently hydrates and nourishes skin with Aloe and Vitamin E as it cleanses tones and refreshes skin. The enhanced witch hazel formula helps skin maintain its natural balance as it gently removes impurities and reconditions skin without alcohol. Skin feels hydrated, fresh and clean without tightness or stinging for soft, smooth and healthy looking skin.

 I had a chance to try out Dickinson's products. I like using witch hazel - it's based on natural ingredients, and provides gentle cleaning without being drying. It is effective on my husband's oily yet sensitive skin, safe for my children as well, and has a gentle cooling effect when it cleans.

 Dickinson's products can be purchased at CVS, Walgreens and other fine retailers.

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