An astringent produced from the leaves and bark of the North American Witch Hazel shrub (Hamamelis virginiana), which grows naturally from Nova Scotia west to Ontario, Canada and south to Florida, and Texas in the United States. This plant was widely used for medicinal purposes by American Indians. The witch hazel extract was obtained by steaming the twigs of the shrub.Witch hazel is mainly used externally on sores, bruises, and swelling.


  • Pure rosewater
  • Pure witch-hazel
  • Natural skin calmers
  • The main constituents of the extract include tannin, gallic acid, catechins, proanthocyanins, flavonoids (kaempferol, quercetin), essential oil (carvacrol, eugenol, hexenol), choline, saponins, and bitters.
Other uses of our Anti-Allergy spray:
  • Spot and blemish control: It reduces the inflammation on a pimple. Some people claim daily use helps with acne. Application with a Witch Stick is the most convenient, but you can dab it on with a cotton ball or spray on with eyes closed.
  • Shrink bags under the eyes: Spray on damp cotton-wool, close eyes and apply eye-pads for 10 minutes.
  • Refresh tired eyes: NOT by squirting witch hazel in them, but by soaking a clean rag with some Anti-Allergy Spray and cold water and placing the cold compress over your closed eyes. After 10 minutes, your eyes should be refreshed, and any redness should be gone. If you've been doing a lot of crying, this can get you back to normal quickly.
  • Treat and soothe sunburn: Healing damaged skin is one of The Anti-Allergy Spray's specialties. But as sunburn is also a type of skin inflammation, it  is ideal for treating this too (despite swelling not being obvious). Treating sunburn with it will lessen healing time and prevent the infamous skin peeling and flaking.
  • Soothe razor burn (and in some instances, prevent it) and ingrown hair: Just like acne and blemishes, this miracle spray  reduces itching and relieves swelling. Something definitely worth packing on your next camping trip.
  • Treat dry skin: By applying it immediately after showering, you are locking in the moisture that has just soaked into your skin.
  • Heals and soothes various cuts and bruises: Applying a dab of it will cleanse the cut, protects against infection, and encourage quicker healing of minor skin breaks.
  • Heal your bruises faster: Been in a fight recently? Well, maybe not. But if you bang your leg or arm and are left with a nasty bruise, a thrice-daily dab of the Anti- Allergy Spray  can help speed up the healing time of the bruise.
  • Soothe and heal diaper rash: If your baby's rash isn't healing quick enough, apply by spraying once to your baby's bottom.
  • Soothe and reduce external hemorrhoids: Not only does it tighten skin, it's also a good anti-itch remedy.
  • Varicose vein relief: Soak wash cloths in the anti-allergy spray  and lay on legs, which are propped straight out, to reduce pain and swelling from varicose veins. The witch hazel in it helps to tighten the veins, relieving the discomfort temporarily.
  • Soothe poison ivy and poison oak: Just like acne and blemishes, this miracle spray  reduces itching and relieves swelling. Something definitely worth packing on your next camping trip.
  • Take the bite out of bug bites: With its anti-itch and anti-inflammatory properties, it  is ideal for treating bug bites. Just dab a little on the affected area.