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Is common witch-hazel vegan?

Common witch-hazel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is common witch-hazel?

Common witch-hazel is a deciduous shrub native to North America that is known for its medicinal properties. It has a unique bark that can be used to make an astringent extract that is commonly used in skincare products. Witch-hazel extract is also used to treat various skin conditions, such as acne and eczema. The plant blooms in late fall and produces fragrant yellow flowers that are pollinated by moths. Its leaves turn a vibrant yellow in the autumn, making it a popular ornamental plant. Witch-hazel is a versatile ingredient that has been used for centuries for its healing properties.

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