witch hazel vs toner


Witch hazel vs toner, I’m Cynthia 14 years old and was wondering which one of the two is the best for healthy younger skin. There are a lot of good toners available on the market right now but my friend told me to try witch hazel but I’m really not sure whether to use it or not.

witch hazel vs toner

toner will shrink pores, gives your skin pH balance, adds a layer of protection, moistures your skin, refreshes the skin and also prevent ingrown hairs.

Witch hazel will prevent dry skin, help slow down the aging process of your skin, make you look younger, leave your skin soft and refreshed.

Which one between these two should you buy?

As a women who have used both, I’m definitely going to recommend using Thayer’s Alcohol-free Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera over toners, why? Because witch hazel is alcohol free and it is formulated to help pores from clogging by removing dead skin cells.

If you want to have the best younger looking skin then you need to use witch hazel, it have been proven too many times that witch hazel removes dead skin cells to reveal the vibrant skin underneath.

I’m not against using toners, of Corse there are a lot of great toners available on the market right now that claims to be the best, but I prefer witch hazel since it does exactly what I need.

Last year I tried 5 different toners that didn’t do what I was hoping for, I immediately so the difference on my skin after I started using witch hazel that why I’m recommend it.

If you have a dry skin then a toner won’t do you much good, you need to use witch hazel to prevent dry skin since dry skin is cause by dead skin cells.

I did a small survey last year on June, I asked 13 of my friends who have used both witch hazel and toners about which one of the two would they recommend to other women for healthy younger skin and all of them voted for witch hazel.

Even though I only asked my friends but the small survey I did simple proved that witch hazel is a lot better than toners, some toners are even fake, and most of toners found online will promise you the best result and won’t deliver.

I have been disappointed too many times by toners I bought from amazon that didn’t do what they promised, a lot of toners I bought were okay but didn’t really help in giving me a glowing skin.

After a week of using witch hazel, a lot of my work colleagues were asking me what I was using on my face that made it glow, that when I knew witch hazel was working.

Most of toners I used irritated my skin, what I mostly love about using witch hazel is that it is none irritating and will definitely leave your skin soft, refreshed and glowing.

Some witch hazel liquids have alcohol in them, don’t ever buy witch hazel that contains alcohol. Alcohol can sometimes dry up the skin and some witch hazel liquids have 14% percent of alcohol in them which is a lot.

What is the best witch hazel to use to have younger looking skin?

I’m going to recommend Thayer’s Alcohol-free Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera just because it is what I have been using for the last 3 months and I don’t have a single regret from using. It works like magic and definitely worth every penny.

You can buy it bellow from amazon, I also ordered this from amazon and my order was delivered sooner than I was expecting.

Please make sure you read customer reviews from amazon and hear what other women have to say who have used witch hazel on their skin. It is very important to hear what other customers have to say before buying anything online.

Question was: witch hazel vs toner. by Cynthia from Portland, Please feel free to also ask us anything you would like to know about anything. We have a huge team of people who are willing to answer your questions for free.

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