Thayers Rose Petal Witch Hazel Alcohol Free Toner with Aloe Vera15ML sample size
Grown Exclusively in Fairfield County, Connecticut
Not DistilledThayers Through History
1828: Henry Thayer Born. Born in 1828, into one of Massachusetts' founding families, he was trained in the medical arts of his day by his physician father. The company, named Henry Thayer & Company, prospered and broadened its line of products and has been described as the largest manufacturer of pharmaceuticals in America at the time of the Civil War.
1847: Labratory Opened. In 1847, Henry Thayer M.D. opened a laboratory on Main Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts to produce his newly developed line of herbal extracts for sale to the medical profession.
1855: Award Winning Thayers. In 1855, the American Institute of New York awarded Thayers a silver medal for excellence in preparation of fluid extracts. In 1856, the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association awarded the company for the apparatus to produce these extracts.
1875: Published "Descriptive Cataloue of Fluid and Solid Extracts in Vacuo." In 1875, the company published "Descriptive Catalogue of Fluid and Solid Extracts in Vacuo" listing over 800 of its products: herbal based, presented in the forms of tinctures, infusions, syrups, poultices and wines. Prominent among these products was a Fluid Extract of Witch Hazel, listed as a "Tonic, astringent, and sedative; useful in checking hemorrhages and excessive discharges."
1902: Passing of the Legacy. After Dr. Thayer died in 1902, ownership of the business passed to his great niece, Mrs. Joseph Sturdevant. A line of 9 children's remedies were marketed under the brand name "Tots," along with a pile ornament and a line of lozenges including Slippery Elm Lozenges. The next decade saw distribution of the lozenges in the U.S. and Canada in independent drug stores and natural product stores, and the addition of related items, such as Cough Syrup, Nose Drops, Cold Sore Balm and Coughmasters.
1989: Adding Alcohol Free Witch Hazel. In 1989, alcohol free versions of our Witch Hazel line offered as facial toners were introduced.
2010: Honey-B-Anise Reborn. An updated version of our classic Honey-B-Anise with Bee Propolis & immune boosting Zinc was introduced in 2010.
2012: Organic Certification. Thayers began using Certified Organic Witch Hazel and Certified Organic Aloe Vera in 2012.
2013: Exclusively Grown in the USA. In 2013, Thayers entered into an exclusive agreement with a family farm in Fairfield County, Connecticut to grow Thayers Certified Organic Witch Hazel to be used in their proprietary extract.
2015: Slippery Elm Lip Balm Introduced. A new member was added to the Thayers family of products in 2015 when a line of Certified Organic Slippery Elm Lip Balms were introduced.
2016: Thayers Added Six All Natural Healthcare Remedies. In 2016, Thayers launched a new line of 100% natural Healthcare Remedies. With Slippery Elm and Apple Cider Vinegar as the main ingredients, the line features three categories: Topical Analgesics, First Aid and Allergy.
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Apply with a cotton ball or soft pad to cleanse, soften, refresh and moisturize skin. Use anytime throughout the day as a softening refresher.-Purified Water,-Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Certified Organic Filet Of Aloe Vera),-Glycerin (Vegetable)-Fragrance (Natural Rose)-Hamamelis Virginiana Extract (made from Certified Organic Witch Hazel)-Rosa Centifolia (Rose) Flower Water-Citric Acid-Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Seed Extract