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Unfortunately, it looks like most of their procust do have gluten but just in case anyone was wondering...

Thank you for visiting the Aveda website.

Referenced below is a list of products that contain

Wheat/Oat/Millet/Rye/Barley. We recommend reviewing this list with

your

physician. Feel free to visit our website at Aveda.com or contact us

again

for product recommendations.

Wheat:

Disodium Wheat Germamido Peg-2 Sulfosuccinate

Adaptive Cleansing Base

Calming Cleanser

Confixor

Energizing Cleanser

Firmata

Shampure Shampoo

Wheat Amino Acids (And) Hydroxypropyltrimonium Wheat Protein (And)

Hydrolyzed Brazil Nut Protein

Confixor

Curessence Damage Relief Conditioner

Curessence Damage Relief Shampoo

Firmata

Shampure

Shampure Conditioner

Shampure Shampoo

Styling Curessence

Wheat Amino Acids (And) Hydrolyzed Brazil Nut Protein

Confixor

Curessence Conditioner

Firmata

Shampure Conditioner

Shampure Shampoo

Styling Curessence

Wheat Amino Acids:

Black Malva Shampoo

Blue Malva Shampoo

Camomile Shampoo

Clove Shampoo

Confixor

Elixir

Firmata

Madder Root Shampoo

Rosemary Mint Conditioner

Shampure Shampoo

Tourmaline Charged Hydrating Creme

Volumizing Tonic

Steardimonium Hydroxypropyl Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein

All Sensitive Shampoo

Annatto Color Conditioner

Be Curly

Bixa Color Conditioner

Black Malva Color Conditioner

Blue Malva Color Conditioner

Camomile Color Conditioner

Cherry Almond Bark

Clove Color Conditioner

Madder Root Color Conditioner

Personal Blends Conditioner

Deep Penetrating Hair Revitalizer

Hang Straight

Elixir

Cuticle Control

Personal Blends Conditioner With Key #2

Personal Blends Conditioner With Key #5

Rosemary Mint Hand & Body Cleanser

So Mild Waving Lotion

Strong Willed Waving Lotion

Volumizing Finisher

Volumizing Tonic

Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein Hydroxypropyl Polysiloxane

Purefume Brilliant Retexturing Gel

Shampure Conditioner

Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein (And) Hydrolyzed Wheat Starch

All Sensitive Conditioner

Annatto Color Conditioner

Black Malva Color Conditioner

Blue Malva Color Conditioner

Bixa Color Conditioner

Camomile Color Conditioner

Color Conserve Leave-In Conditioner

Clove Color Conditioner

Elixir Remedy

Light Elements Reviving Mist

Madder Root Color Conditioner

Personal Blends Conditioner

Purefume Brilliant Damage Control

Purefume Brilliant Retexturing Gel

Rosemary Mint Hand and Body Wash

Sap Moss Conditioning Detangler

Sap Moss Nourishing Concentrate

Scalp Remedy

Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein Pg-Propyl Silanetriol

Color Conserve Conditioner

Hang Straight

Purefume Brilliant Retexturing Gel

Shampure Conditioner

Wheat Germ Glycerides

Onecolor Plus Two

Wheat Germ Extract

Blue Gel Balancing Massage Blend

Cooling Calming Color

Cooling Calming Cover

Tourmaline Charged Hydrating Cr

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