T.N. Dickinson's Witch Hazel Cleansing Pads - 60 Cleansing Pads
These convenient Witch Hazel Cleansing Pads are pre-soaked with T.N. Dickinson’s Witch Hazel and are ideal for cleansing and conditioning the skin after exercise, hard work, or exposure to the elements. Use Witch Hazel Cleansing Pads to wipe away dirt, perspiration, soap film, sunscreen and even insect repellant! Skin feels clean, soft and refreshed, even after shaving! Contains 60 / 2” round pads per jar.
- Convenient, ready-to-use cleansing pads
- Naturally refreshing toner and astringent
- No artificial fragrances or dyes
Cleans & Refreshes...Naturally!
Dickinson's 100% natural Witch Hazel atringent gently cleans and conditions without removing essential moisture. T.N. Dickinson's Witch Hazel Cleansing Pads effectively remove dirt, oil and impurities while soothing redness and irritation - leaving skin looking clean, unblemished and healthy.
Effective For: Oily, Irritated, Red, Damaged, Blemished, or Inflamed Skin
- Gentle for sensitive skin
- Naturally reduces blemishes
- Cools and conditions razor burn
- Soothes damaged or abraded skin
- Cleanses without overdrying
- Soothes redness and irritation
- Removes dirt, oil and impurities
- Hypoallergenic to most skin types
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is the difference between Dickinson’s Cleansing Astringent and other facial astringents and/or toners?
A: Dickinson’s Cleansing Astringent is the only all-natural astringent cleanser for facial care. Dickinson’s combines natural extracts of the witch hazel plant together in this refreshing formulation to gently cleanse and condition your skin without overdrying. This product does not contain harsh chemical additives (such as salicylic acid) that could be irritating to your skin.
What makes Dickinson’s different is the same reason that dermatologists recommend it for sensitive skin - the all natural extracts in our cleansing astringent clean deep without disturbing your skin’s natural moisture balance. Other astringent products can strip your skin of essential moisture, causing your skin to be come dry and flaky – an indication of damage. When your skin reaches this point, it begins to overproduce oils to compensate for the dryness, clogging pores and prolonging the very situation you were trying to correct.
Q: How can Dickinson’s be all-natural if it contains alcohol?
A: Unlike other astringent products that contain high levels of either synthetic alcohol or isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol), Dickinson's Brands' products contain only natural alcohol derived from a botanical source. This ingredient is used in limited quantities as a natural preservative.
Q: Are any of Dickinson's products tested on animals or contain any animal ingredients?
A: No, Dickinson's does not test their products on animals, nor do they use any animal ingredients in any of our formulations. At Dickinson Brands they produce the gentlest products from the finest botanical ingredients available.
Q: How often can I use Dickinson’s or T.N. Dickinson’s Witch Hazel products?
A: Both Dickinson’s and T.N. Dickinson’s products are formulated to be gentle enough for daily use. Because their products contain no harsh, artificial ingredients, when used daily they help to maintain your skin’s natural moisture balance – leaving it soft, smooth, and refreshed.
About Dickinson's Witch Hazel
Before making its way onto the shelves in various formulations for skincare and pharmaceutical use, witch hazel begins as a flowering shrub. Indigenous to the northeastern and central U.S., witch hazel or Hamamelis virginiana has many interesting features. Its horticultural designation, which means "together with fruit," reveals one: its fruit (a nutty seedpod), its flowers, and next year's leaf buds all appear on the branch together — a rarity among trees.
The alternative name "Snapping Hazel" hints at another: the tree ejects its seeds explosively into the air, insuring widespread propagation without overcrowding. And because it blossoms bright yellow in the darkening days of fall and winter, witch hazel is also called "Winterbloom."
Witch hazel is a small shrub that offers big value — an efficacious herbal extract with exceptional cleansing, soothing, and healing properties. Native Americans, who used witch hazel bark and twigs in many therapeutic applications, passed on their knowledge to early settlers. The settlers subsequently refined the process for extracting essential oils from the pulp material through a distillation process, producing the clear, all-natural liquid astringent that has become an American tradition.