witch hazel

  1. lotion consisting of an astringent alcoholic solution containing an extract from the witch hazel plant
  2. any of several shrubs or trees of the genus Hamamelis; bark yields an astringent lotion
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How To Use witch hazel In A Sentence

  • From now through mid-March, deciduous trees show off their elegant forms, primroses are in flower, and winter bloomers such as witch hazel and sarcococca are perfuming the air.
  • There were camellias flowering, witch hazel and wintersweet, and rows of paperwhites beside the driveway.
  • Incidentally, if you do decide on a witch hazel, underplant it with a carpet of snowdrops the combination is stunning.
  • If you prefer to use a paste rather than a powder, add to the above ingredients just sufficient witch hazel to produce a smooth, stiff paste. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home
  • Witch hazels unfurl their soft-scented, fringy flowers at a time when gardens offer few other blooms.
  • If your skin is oily, use a more astringent witch hazel-based toner.
  • There was the witch hazel I had asked for, boneset and comfrey for tea, and something I tentatively identified as cherry bark. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • Shrubs - witch hazel, chokeberry, hydrangea, blueberry, sumac - added to the strange verisimilitude.
  • Witch Hazel Extraction: Natural Ingredient which helps to tighten the pores and control the oil sebum.
  • Prune established shrubs such as aucuba, laurel, and witch hazel.
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