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Article: witch hazelnut hydrosol

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witch hazelnut hydrosol

INCI: Hamamelis Virginiana Flower Water

CAS No: 84696-19-5

Usage Rate: Up to 100% usable
Distillates: Flowers and stems
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Appearance: Clear, water-like liquid
Solubility: Water soluble
pH As provided: 2.5- 5.0

For oily hair and skin types, it makes an excellent addition up to 20% in cleansers, tonics, gels and moisturizers that reduce redness and act as an astringent.

Witch Hazel Juice Refreshes and soothes the skin. Available for all of skin types. How to Use Witch Hazel Juice? Apply by squeezing into your skin or using a cotton ball. Then wipe your skin with a cotton ball.

Witch hazel is a plant with powerful medicinal properties that can be used in a variety of ways and is known as Hamamelis virginiana. There are many types of witch hazel, but those that are a shrub type native to North America are most commonly used in folk medicine in the United States . The leaves and bark of this plant are made into tea and ointment. Most commonly applied to the skin and scalp, witch hazel is known for relieving inflammation and soothing sensitive skin. It can also be added to herbal teas and taken orally in small amounts as a natural treatment for other conditions. The health benefits of the plant known as witch hazel are as follows:

Alleviates Inflammation

Inflammation is a normal immune response designed to protect the body against injury and infection. However, chronic inflammation is thought to play a central role in the development of some diseases. Witch hazel contains many compounds with powerful anti-inflammatory properties, including gallic acid and tannins. It also contains antioxidants that prevent common inflammation and neutralize free radicals, which are disease-causing compounds that can accumulate in the body. As such, these herbs may have far-reaching benefits and may be useful in treating inflammatory-related issues such as acne, eczema, or psoriasis. Studies show that topically applied witch hazel can effectively reduce inflammation and help soothe the skin. In short, hazelnuts contain many compounds with anti-inflammatory properties that may provide far-reaching health benefits.

Reduces Skin Irritation

Sensitive skin, defined by abnormal sensory symptoms, is a very common condition affecting 45% of the general population. Some research suggests that applying witch hazel topically to sensitive skin may be beneficial for treating inflamed, irritated, or cracked skin. In fact, it has been shown to suppress erythema, skin redness due to injury or irritation by up to 27%. In a study of 40 people, it was found that using a lotion containing witch hazel extract was as effective as 10% in reducing skin inflammation and treating erythema. Similarly, another small study found that a topical preparation containing witch hazel can provide relief for sensitive or irritated facial skin. Witch hazel can help reduce skin redness and provide relief for irritated and sensitive skin.

Helps Treat Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are the swelling of the veins in the rectum and anus, causing inflammation, leading to symptoms such as itching and bleeding. Witch hazel is often used as a natural remedy to relieve the discomfort and pain caused by hemorrhoids. It is usually rubbed into the area with the help of a cloth or cotton ball and applied directly to the affected area to relax the skin. Although research is limited, witch hazel is believed to be helpful in treating the itching, redness, pain, and swelling associated with hemorrhoids due to its anti-inflammatory effects. In addition, it has hemostatic properties, meaning it can stop bleeding caused by hemorrhoids. However, more studies in humans are needed to examine the effectiveness of the witch hazel herb on hemorrhoids.

Fights Acne

Thanks to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties, some research shows that witch hazel may be beneficial in treating acne. It can be applied directly to the face after cleansing or steaming for maximum effectiveness. It plays an astringent role by causing the tissues to contract to shrink the pores, while soothing the skin and relieving inflammation. This can prevent acne-causing bacteria from infecting the skin. For this reason, witch hazel is added to many over-the-counter acne products and is especially beneficial for people with oily skin. Still, studies on the effects of witch hazel on acne are limited, and more research is needed to determine its effectiveness.

Reduces Scalp Sensitivity

Scalp sensitivity can be caused by a number of factors, from cosmetic hair treatments to dermatological conditions such as psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis. Applying some witch hazel to the scalp before washing the hair can help treat scalp sensitivity and provide relief from symptoms such as itching and tenderness. According to one study of 1,373 people, using a shampoo containing witch hazel extract was effective at reducing scalp irritation.
It can also relieve scalp sensitivity caused by conditions such as psoriasis or eczema. It can also help relieve inflammation, which can be helpful in reducing inflammation. It is sometimes used as a natural remedy to relieve symptoms of other scalp problems such as dandruff and dryness. However, additional research is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of witch hazel in treating these conditions.

Soothes Sore Throat

Because of its ability to reduce inflammation and act as an astringent, witch hazel is sometimes used to treat sore throats. Boiling a teaspoon (5 ml) of witch hazel in a glass (240 ml) of water for about 10 minutes, then gargling with the mixture may provide relief. This is believed to help reduce swelling caused by a sore throat, reduce pain, and dry excess mucus. Still, while the anti-inflammatory properties of witch hazel are well documented, its use to treat sore throats is based on only anecdotal evidence. High-quality studies are needed to determine its potential benefits on sore throats. Additionally, taking this herb by mouth can cause stomach irritation due to its high tannin content, so it is important to exercise caution and consult a doctor if there are any concerns.

Protects Against Skin Damage

Witch hazel is rich in tannins, a natural plant compound that, when applied topically, has powerful antioxidant properties to help protect the skin from potential damage. An animal study found that tannins can act as a barrier that prevents substances that cause inflammation from entering skin cells. What's more, a test-tube study has shown that witch hazel helps neutralize harmful free radicals and prevents the spread of skin cancer cells. Similarly, another animal study found that the tannins in witch hazel can slow skin tumor growth in mice exposed to radiation. However, most research is currently limited to in vitro and animal studies. More studies are needed to evaluate the effects of witch hazel on humans.

Relief from Infection

Some studies show that witch hazel may be beneficial in combating certain types of viral infections. For example, a test-tube study found that tannins exhibited antiviral effects against both influenza A and human papillomavirus (HPV). Another test-tube study showed that witch hazel extract inhibited the 1 activity of the herpes simplex virus, which is often the culprit behind herpes. This is why this herb is applied topically as a natural remedy to combat colds and relieve symptoms. But while in vitro studies have found promising results, human studies are still lacking. More studies were needed to examine the effects of witch hazel in healthy adults and its potential effect on viral infections.

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