Cleure Gluten-Free Skin, Body, Cosmetics and Personal Care Products
Gryphon Myers recently graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in interdisciplinary studies, research emphasis in art, society and technology. He is a lifelong vegetarian, an organic, local and GMO-free food enthusiast and a high fructose corn syrup abstainer. He currently lives in Northern California.View all articles by Gryphon Myers
With wheat allergies and Celiac disease on the rise, more Americans are forced to seek out gluten-free products. Largely impacting dietary choices, these conditions also affect the types of products used. From gluten free skin care products to hair care, there are plenty of options in the personal care product that won’t irritate these sensitivities.
Gluten sensitivity symptoms can be from food, but also by using gluten ingredients in personal care, makeup and skin care products. Your skin is the largest organ in your body and able to absorb ingredients introduced on it. If you do accidentally eat or absorb gluten through your skin, you may experience symptoms associated with gluten intolerance.
Most skin and hair care brands, especially those labeled 'natural', consider grains as healthy for you.
It can be a challenge finding gluten free personal care and cosmetics. This can specially be daunting if you have sensitive skin. Cleure is committed to providing sensitive skin gluten free products specially formulated to meet your personal care, skin care and cosmetic needs. Cleure products are not only gluten free, but also:
- Paraben free
- Fragrance free
- salicylate free
- SLS free
You deserve to be beautiful and healthy with high quality non-irritating gluten free skin care, cosmetics and personal care. Cleure makes it easy with a one-stop-shop, for all your personal care product, including:
- Skin care
- Hair care
- Dental care
- Aluminum free deodorant
- Body care
Cleure products are made in the USA.
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