Gluten-Free Cosmetics

Many companies use gluten in shampoo, lipstick, eye shadows and other cosmetics as a binder that essentially helps the ingredients “stick together”. Learn how to identify hidden gluten (and the skin reactions it causes) along with information on safe gluten-free cosmetic options. Whether you have celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or non-celiac gluten sensitivity, the bottom line is our bodies react to gluten. Our skin is the largest organ of the human body and what we apply on our skin does get absorbed into our skin.

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Gluten-Free Lipstick Essential Tips for Your Vulnerable Lips

Is gluten-free lipstick really necessary? As I began digging deeper into the pharmaceutical end of gluten-free cosmetics, I...

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Safe & Gentle Gluten-Free Baby Shampoo for Your Infant

These gluten-free baby shampoos are made without gluten & scary harsh chemicals. Think of your baby's skin as...

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Gluten-Free Shampoo: What You Need to Know Before You Buy

It's bad enough not being able to eat gluten without getting violently ill. Now I realized gluten-filled body...