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Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Towelettes

If you have extremely oily skin, there are a lot of options to choose from. What stood out for us with Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Towelettes was that it strong without being harsh. It removes all of the oil from your skin just as well as the products with harsh chemicals, but you don’t have to worry about irritation. Of course, these towelettes contain witch hazel which is an age-old natural skincare ingredient. But it also includes aloe. When you use these towelettes your skin will feel extremely clean, and it helps fight oil for the rest of the day. If you have combination skin, only use this product on the t-zone, it will be too drying for the rest of your face. Although it’s the most gentle product of its kind that we tried, it was drying on normal skin. Also although they can remove makeup, we don’t suggest using these on the eye area. Our tester with oily skin however was pleased with the results. And since the towelettes are individually wrapped, they’re easy keep on hand to avoid looking shiny as the day goes on.

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3 Responses to:

“Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Towelettes”

  1. Loretta says:

    I love these towelettes. They are handy to carry in your purse and remove all traces of make up after washing your face. I love them to remove the shine mid day at work.

  2. Izzi says:

    Used Dickinson’s Witch Hazel products before-compared to Burt’s Bees this one doesn’t remove as much dirt off the face and it has a type of scent(can’t quite put my fingers on it though).I had both toners/towlettes at the time so I put Dickinson’s on one half and Burt’s Bees on the other.Burt’s Bees won big time.One pro though is that the towlettes are portable and the bottled toner is a very good size.

  3. Izzi says:

    PS:When it came to removing oil though,I would say it worked equally the same.

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