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Witch hazel from The Good Fill

I read the long thread on Thayer's Witch Hazel, which pointed out that witch hazel was not the primary ingredient, as well as other dubious claims made about Thayer's and witch hazel in general. I haven't seen any discussion of witch hazel from The Good Fill company, which I've been using for more than a year now. It lists only three ingredients, which witch hazel being first, then water, then benzoic acid (an anti-microbial). For me, this witch hazel does what witch hazel is advertised to do -- it refreshes and tightens my skin after my shave without drying out my skin. I just spray it on after my shave and let it dry. It has a pretty strong botanical smell, which I know turns off a lot of folks, but I love it. It comes in refillable, glass apothecary bottles in a variety of sizes. I've used all the major brands of witch hazel, and this is easily my favorite.

Here's a link if anyone is interested in giving it a try:

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