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How Witch Hazel In Your Makeup Can Benefit Your Skin

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How Witch Hazel In Your Makeup Can Benefit Your Skin How Witch Hazel In Your Makeup Can Benefit Your Skin How Witch Hazel In Your Makeup Can Benefit Your Skin
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It’s safe to assume that everyone wants glowing, clear skin. While sticking to a skin care routine is the key to maintaining a healthy complexion, it's equally as important to consider what makeup products you put on your skin each day. In order to determine if your makeup is doing more harm than good, it’s best to look at the ingredients. Witch hazel is a soothing, skin-loving ingredient commonly found in skin care products like toners, makeup wipes and cleansers, but did you know that you can treat your skin with witch hazel-infused makeup products, too? Ahead, we’re breaking down what exactly witch hazel is and how witch hazel-infused makeup can benefit the skin.  

What is Witch Hazel?

According to the Cleveland Clinic, witch hazel is an astringent derived from the hamamelis virginiana plant. The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) states witch hazel can be beneficial in helping to soothe inflammation, itching and redness associated with eczema. Because it has anti-inflammatory properties, it can also help calm sensitive skin. In another study by the NCBI, witch hazel was found to be a breakout banishing powerhouse thanks to its pore tightening and oil-zapping abilities. Rich in antioxidants, witch hazel can help fight pimple-inducing bacteria, soak up pore-clogging oil and treat existing breakouts without over drying the skin. If you’re looking to add it to your existing skin care routine, it’s actually quite easy since witch hazel is often found in skin care products like cleansers and toners. 

Why Use Makeup Infused With Witch Hazel?

We’ll let you in on a little secret: you can reap the benefits of witch hazel when wearing makeup that’s infused with the oil-zapping, ultra-soothing ingredient, especially on bad skin days. Whether you’re dealing with a breakout that won’t let up or if you’ve just got sensitive skin, witch hazel-infused makeup should be on your radar. 

One of our favorite witch hazel-infused makeup products is the L’Oréal Paris Skin Paradise Water-Infused Tinted Moisturizer. Not only does this lightweight, non-greasy hybrid product  give the skin a healthy dose of hydration and natural-looking coverage, but it also has a formula made up of water, aloe vera and witch hazel to both soothe the skin and keep oil at bay throughout the day. Simply squeeze a dime-sized amount of the product into your palm. Then, rub your palms together to warm it up a bit and keep it from looking orangey on the skin. Next, smooth it onto your face and admire your dewy, well-nourished complexion. 


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Photo Credit: Chaunte Vaughn

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