re: No alcohol.
I was wary of alcohol-containing products because of the drying properties and because of that, when going for a witch hazel, chose Thayers alcohol-free. I eventually decided I didn't like that very much (loved it at first, but finally got unhappy with the sticky feeling it left behind).
So I went for a witch hazel with 14% alcohol (T.N.Dickenson) and found that at that level the alcohol was not a problem at all.
Point being, you may be able to widen your horizons and get a product with alcohol as long as it is at a reasonably low percentage.
Somebody's nuts. I don't know whether it's me or them, but somebody is definitely nuts. I just wished I knew, so I'd know, you know?