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Does anyone know what Bath & Body Works products that are gluten free. Some of the labels are really hard to read what is in them.

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I contacted Bath and Body Works earlier this week by phone. The customer service representative (who was perfectly nice) had no more information to offer than the technical names of the wheat, rye, barley, and oat ingredients. I asked her about tocopherols and potential contamination and she did not know.

I was disappointed because this is the same answer I saw from 2007, so I e-mailed the company to tell them so.

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***We are pleased to inform you that we currently offer gluten-free

products in our 100% Pure collection on our web site. 100% Pure does not

contain synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances, chemical

preservatives or any other toxins. To view the current gluten-free

products we offer online, please click on the link below or 'copy and

paste' the URL into the address line of your browser:

http://www.bathandbodyworks.com/search/index.jsp?origkw=gluten-free&sr=1

&kwCatId=&kw=gluten-free&pg=1 ***

The link connects to a search of their website of "gluten-free" items. The same query was not working for me earlier this week. Oh, well!

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I contacted Bath and Body Works earlier this week by phone. The customer service representative (who was perfectly nice) had no more information to offer than the technical names of the wheat, rye, barley, and oat ingredients. I asked her about tocopherols and potential contamination and she did not know.

I was disappointed because this is the same answer I saw from 2007, so I e-mailed the company to tell them so.

NOW:

***We are pleased to inform you that we currently offer gluten-free

products in our 100% Pure collection on our web site. 100% Pure does not

contain synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances, chemical

preservatives or any other toxins. To view the current gluten-free

products we offer online, please click on the link below or 'copy and

paste' the URL into the address line of your browser:

http://www.bathandbodyworks.com/search/index.jsp?origkw=gluten-free&sr=1

&kwCatId=&kw=gluten-free&pg=1 ***

The link connects to a search of their website of "gluten-free" items. The same query was not working for me earlier this week. Oh, well!

Thanks for posting the link! I found the gluten free stuff by just clicking on the homepage and typing "gluten" in the search field at the top right of the screen.

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