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#1 XoHeatherxO

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Posted 10 August 2004 - 07:07 PM

Hello, well for the past few weeks I have had a strange red peeling sort of rash on the sides of my nose where they tough my face...It sort of itches but not to bad, it is very red and annoying to me!! Before I was gluten-free I got sores in my nose and mouth, but they have pretty much disappeared since...but now this wierdness, well if anyone else has this, or knows anything celiac or otherwise that may cause this please let me know. It sort of looks like I have allergies or blow my nose a lot but neither is true.....
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#2 Alexolua

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Posted 10 August 2004 - 08:15 PM

What facial products are you using if any? Think that info could help someone answer more. I don't know anything for sure, but I think I've read some soaps can have gluten in them, and once you've been gluten free long enough, if you hadn't reacted to them before, you could start doing so.

Doing a quick search of the forums, these threads might help:

http://www.glutenfre...p?showtopic=209

http://www.glutenfre...p?showtopic=199

http://www.glutenfre...hp?showtopic=45

Skimming these threads, think it could very well be something your using. So hopefully this helps. =)
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#3 hsd1203

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Posted 13 August 2004 - 02:28 PM

hi! I'm a Heather Ann too.

My face used to be all red and irritated around my nose and mouth all the time, but it went away after I stopped eating casein and soy (as well as gluten of course). Just my 2c. Be really careful about what you're putting on your face. I basically just use cetaphil and it is pretty much the only thing that is mild enough not to cause any issues.
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Posted 13 August 2004 - 08:28 PM

I know this is could be completely unrelated, but I used to get an inchy painful rash around my arm pits. I eventually discovered that I was allergic to secret deodorant. So, I would definately check out the products you use on your face. :)
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