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  • Dickinson's Witch Hazel Formula Towelettes was available online when I bought a single box for around $3
  • In terms of appearance, the pads are also as damp as others, but I think their moisture is just enough to cleanse the skin - moist, but gentle and not harsh on the skin, and not overbearing that it will create a sticky feeling
  • In fact, I like these pads because they don't leave the skin too damp
  • Besides, using them is convenient because instead of using astringents, I get to use these instead

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      Dickinson’s Witch Hazel Formula Towelettes was available online when I bought a single box for around $3. I bought it because it was cheap, but it was pretty good and was not anything too different from the others. However, I still find it awesome because it did not disappoint me.

      Dickinson’s Witch Hazel Formula Towelettes are made to keep your skin clean and help reduce the chances of having acne later. It is primarily made of salicylic acid, which in turn helps eliminate acne, but without the redness and irritation. You can use it on a daily basis because it is not toughly medicated. It also does not feel too moist, and ist moisture is just right for cleaning in that, it won’t make you feel too sticky and


      sweaty afterwards which make it ideal to anyone regardless of skin type. These pads are not accompanied with strong odor, and they are not made of alcohol, either, which makes it ideal if you have an acne-prone skin that easily gets acne - because alcohol can be a hidden culprit.

      The pads were not anything different against other pads I bought. The pads actually were skin-friendly because they were not hard nor durable, and not as painful against acne and other problems, either. They actually felt nice - not hard and rough, and not as abrasive and grainy before. These cleansing pads had a thicker material, and much bigger, making them a little bit better in terms of usage because you can use a lot more space when wiping everything away. You can also use both sides because both of them were just as useful anyway, but be sure that your fingers are clean.

      The pads are fragranced with tea tree oil not too strong, and not synthetic that you will smell it from afar. In terms of appearance, the pads are also as damp as others, but I think their moisture is just enough to cleanse the skin - moist, but gentle and not harsh on the skin, and not overbearing that it will create a sticky feeling. In fact, I like these pads because they don’t leave the skin too damp. Wiping the sweat, moisture and grime can also feel a little soothing because of the salicylic acid and tea tree oil, which were not both ...


      • Dickinson's Witch Hazel Formula Towelettes
      concentrated and not interfering with each other. The smell of the tea tree oil is not obvious and powerful, but you can still sense it anyway afterwards, however its fragrance won’t last long. Lastly, they are not overly rough against your acne, or even if you have an uneven skin texture.

      I used them for a month. I should say the pads were light and not as oily as others. Also, they would not make you feel greasy or uncomfortable afterwards because the moisture would not last long to actually create a sticky feeling. Besides, I like that my acne would not react negatively against the tea tree oil because they did not bleed, swell or enlarge. My acne did not get worse, but it did

      not help reduce them, either. I can say it is a pretty tough cleansing pads, but it is not meant for killing the root causes of acne even if it has salicylic acid.

      Besides, using them is convenient because instead of using astringents, I get to use these instead. I don’t have to buy cotton balls just to cleanse the skin and get rid of the dirt, and it is just as tough as astringents as well. It may not get rid of the dirt effectively because some of the dirt remains, specially the ones stubbornly found in the pores, but at least it keeps you pretty much shine-free and oile-free, and so it is a convenient thing to use wherever you are, regardless of the skin type you have.




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