Witch Hazel, also known as ‘Hamamelis’, is a flowering plant found in North America, Japan and China. It has polyphenols, tannins, flavonoids and the bark content that make it antifungal, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory. Witch Hazel is also used in the form of Witch Hazel water, which also plays a beneficiary role in treating nausea, vomiting and constipation as well. Witch Hazel water is made by distilling dried leaves, bark and dormant twigs. Heading to the past of the Witch Hazel, it has got a bag full of magical treatment powers in the past. It was used by ancient people to treat skin ulcers and sores. Sometimes, it was injected to the rectum to calm the pain and itching of hemorrhoids. Witch Hazel water promotes relieving inflammation, brightening of skin by tightening of pores, and helps in curing razor bumps. It helps in treating skin irritations, protects skin damage and heals it. It prevents the excessive oil production on skin and thus helps in fighting acne, aging, and dullness of skin. Witch hazel water has got a beneficiary help in fighting inflammatory skin conditions, burns, bug bites, cuts, rashes.