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Estee Lauder And Affiliate Co's - Ingredients
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I queried Estee Lauder for a list of their products containing gluten as I'm an avowed makeup junkie and only been gluten-free for 3 years....(no one including Columbia Presbyterian informed me that topical preparations containing gluten are cause for concern). I came across the new line of cosmetics at Kohl's which is a joint venture between Estee Lauder and a renowned dermatologist and was amazed by the quality and the presentation...who'd of thought!

Anyhow, I'm erring on the cautionary side and did receive this comprehensive list of ingredients used by the company in their products and wanted to share this with the group. This is my first posting and hope it proves as beneficial as the information I have received since signing on to this site. The members have been so generous in spirit and it is comforting to know that there is such an invaluable resource available at the click of a mouse. Many thanks!

Dear Laurencia,

Thank you for contacting us regarding the ingredients in our products that might be unsuitable for you to use because of your specific condition.

We are attaching a list of grain-derived ingredients, found on our labels, which will be helpful in providing you direction. This information covers products marketed under the following trademarks: Estie Lauder, Inc.; Clinique Laboratories, Inc.; Aramis, Inc.; Origins Natural Resources, Inc.; Bobbi Brown essentials; Tommy Hilfiger Toiletries, MAC, Stila, and Prescriptives, Inc.

Consumers will find ingredient listings on our primary packaging material, in accordance with FDA regulations, using names which are standard throughout the cosmetic and fragrance industry. Because of the vast number of raw materials from different sources, it is not possible to guarantee that our products are completely free of any of the grains specified. The denatured ethyl alcohol in our products is produced synthetically, with the exception of the denatured ethyl alcohol in MAC products, which is derived from corn.

We trust that this information is helpful to you and are glad to have been of assistance.

Sincerely,

Linda Romeo

Global Consumer Communications

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SOY-DERIVED INGREDIENTS

GLYCINE SOJA

HYDROGENATED LECITHIN

LECITHIN

MIXED SOY PHOSPHOLIPIDS

SOYBEAN EXTRACT

SOYBEAN STEROL

HYDROLIZED SOY PROTEIN

SOYBEAN OIL

PEG-5 SOYA STEROL

PEG-25 SOYA STEROL

PEG-10 SOYA STEROL

PEG-16 SOYA STEROL

SOY PHOSPHOLIPIDS

SOYBEAN STEROL ISOSTEARATE

BARLEY DERIVED INGREDIENTS

HORDEUM VULGARE

WHEAT DERIVED INGREDIENTS

TRITICUM VULGARE

WHEAT SPHINGOLIPIDS

WHEAT BRAN EXTRACT

WHEAT GERM GLYCERIDES

HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN

WHEAT PROTEIN

HYDROLYZED WHEAT STARCH

WHEAT BRAN EXTRACT

OAT DERIVED INGREDIENTS

AVENA SATIVA

PROLAMINE

OAT FLOUR

OAT EXTRACT

BETA GLUCAN

SODIUM LAUROYL OAT AMINO ACIDS

OAT BETA GLUCAN

CORN DERIVED INGREDIENTS

ZEA MAYS

CORN STARCH

CORN OIL

CORN FLOUR

CORN STARCH MODIFIED

ALUMINUM STARCH OCTENYLSUCCINATE

YEAST DERIVED INGREDIENTS

SACCHAROMYCES

RICE DERIVED INGREDIENTS

ORYZA SATIVA

ORYZANOL

RICE BRAN

RICE STARCH

MILLET DERIVED INGREDIENTS

PANICUM MILIACEUM

RYE DERIVED INGREDIENTS

NONE

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