Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Towelettes

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Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Towelettes pack the natural goodness of Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel in a portable package. Use it during the day for a touch-up, in the morning, or at night before bed.

I fell in love with Dickinson’s Witch Hazel in high school. I cannot remember much about my first exposure to it, but I know Seventeen Magazine had something to do with it. I wanted skin like the pretty, fresh-faced models and either an ad or feature explained that Dickinson’s would give it to me. I used it for years and loved how it made my skin feel. It didn’t get as oily during the day and to an oily-skinned, acne-riddled teen, that was a blessing.

As time went by, I reached for other skincare options and my love of Witch Hazel faded. Makeup removing towelettes became a standard purchase and remained so for years. I liked the convenience of a product that did not require extra laundry.

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These days I’m going back to natural, simpler options and Witch Hazel is back in my home inventory. We use it to soothe tired or irritated skin and are rarely without it. And, just like in my younger years, I have towelettes at the ready, at home and on the go. Dickinson’s Original Oil-Controlling Towelettes pack all of Dickinson’s Witch Hazel goodness into individually wrapped portable packages.

Dickinson’s calls itself “pure goodness.” The minimal list of ingredients is proof. Natural Witch Hazel Extract and Aloe Juice are a magical combination that works magic on my and my family’s skin. These towelettes measure a nice 5×7 inches and are pretty strong. Each foil pouch is leak-resistant, even when bashed by a set of keys and a pen. Packing a few in my purse ensure I’m ready to whisk the oil from my face or ease the irritation from bug bites in spring and summer.

Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel and Oil Controlling Towelettes work for all skin types, even sensitive or acne-prone skin. And unlike some of the other towelettes on the market, Dickinson’s is affordable and easily accessible. Pick up a box of 20 for around $6.99 at Walgreens and other stores.

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Comments

  1. I have used Dickinsons witch hazel for many years, and I like how it soothes my skin. I would love to get them in their towelettes instead of using the bottle with a cotton ball. I will have to try these.

  2. md Kennedy says:

    I re-started using Dickinson’s Witch Hazel a few years ago when I was realizing all the toxins that were in my skin-care products. It is a great toner! Now that it is in packs I can keep some in the glove compartment for wipies when we need them.

  3. I’ve never used witch hazel, but have used aloe. Good, natural ingredients.

  4. Great review Sherrie. I had forgotten about Dickinson’s Witch Hazel. I too used to use this everyday back when I was in high school. I think I might even still have an old bottle of it around here somewhere. I need to get back to using it and these towelettes would be perfect for me. I am going to try these out thanks so much for the great review or I would not have known about this product.

  5. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I didn’t realize that these towelettes combine witch hazel with Aloe juice. That is a great combination. I have always liked witch hazel and now I have a new combo to try . Thanks for the review.