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If you have wondered what people use witch hazel for, then keep reading! I have some different ways you can use witch hazel, when it comes to your lifestyle! This can be found by the rubbing alcohol at most mass retailers or you can even buy it online, it is very affordable! So that makes it a really great multi-purpose product to have on hand!
Diaper Rash: If you have a little one at home, you can use it to relieve diaper rash. Simply get a little witch hazel on a soft cloth and pat it on your babies bottom. It will help heal up the diaper rash! This is great to use all the time, or when you are out of cream and need a quick fix for your fussy baby!
Razor Burn: I think we all have had razor burn one time or another! You can use it to relieve the burning sensation from the razor burn. Just apply with a soft cloth and it will subside the painful burn!
Poison Ivy: Ouch that pesky poison ivy attacks, use witch hazel to get rid of the itch! Witch hazel has natural ingredients that help soothe that itch and doesn’t dry out your skin in the meantime! Just apply as needed on the troubled areas.
Hemorrhoid Relief: If you have hemorrhoids, you can put some witch hazel on some toilet paper and lightly dab the witch hazel on your hemorrhoids. It does sting a little right at first for some people, but it goes away pretty quickly! This is a really great natural relief.
Depuff Eyes: Wake up with some bags under your eyes? Take equal parts of water and witch hazel, soap a cloth and press it under your eyes for 10-15 minutes. This is great at de-puffing your eyes!
Stop Bleeding From Cuts: If you have a minor cut, you can use witch hazel to stop the bleeding. Dip a cotton swab in witch hazel and press it over the cut. It is a quick and sanitary way to stop the bleeding. If it is a pretty big cut it will not work, but works great for small nicks and cuts.
As you can see, witch hazel can really come in handy for different situations! It is a great product to buy and have on hand for when you need it! Do you use witch hazel? If so, tell me your favorite way to use it!
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