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Description Position: full sun or partial shadeSoil: moderately-fertile, moist, well-drained neutral to acid soil. Rate of growth: slow-growing Flowering period: December to FebruaryHardiness: fully hardyIn winte... more

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Description Position: full sun or partial shadeSoil: moderately-fertile, moist, well-drained neutral to acid soil. Rate of growth: slow-growing Flowering period: December to FebruaryHardiness: fully hardyIn winte... more

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Highly versatile & attractive garden plant

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Witch Hazel As well as being a common garden plant Witch Hazel is also a natural remedy for a number of ailments and is a most useful addition to any medicine cabinet or box. A native plant of North America and whilst many people are familiar with witch hazel due to some of the health benefits...

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works really well, cheap

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After being amazed at how well the Boots tea tree and witch hazel spot stick worked on my skin to clear up my spots almost immediately, I decided to have a look at the rest of their range and see what they offered. My face has a breakout now and agin and is a bit uneven in places so I wanted to...

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Review of Boots Tea Tree + Witch Hazel Night Treatment Gel

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Gets rid of blackheads

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Every now and again I get little blackheads on my nose which are quite annoying. They are visible, not glaringly so but I can see them and don't like them so instead of squeezing them which just makes my nose red and irritated I use pore removing strips to get rid of them. I find these strips...

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Review of Boots Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Nose Pore Strips

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