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Blistex Gluten Free Product List
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Hey -- I sent an email to Blistex saying I lived in Canada (not sure if the products differ in the US) and asked for a gluten free product list.

They emailed me a list of products that they state are gluten free (along with the product / formula number). I am copying and pasting it here just in case anyone else is trying to figure out what lip balms are safe. I'm happy to see that Silk & Shine is gluten free as that is what I use.

Blistex Lip Ointment 066-9920

Blistex Medicated Mint Lip Balm 017-9608R

Blistex Medicated Berry Lip Balm 030-9713R

Blistex Medicated Lip Balm 030-9822R

Fruit Smoothies Melon Medley 031-9885

Fruit Smoothies Orange Cream 014-9809

Fruit Smoothies Triple Tropical 031-9887

Fruit Smoothies Peaches & Cream 063-9898

Fruit Smoothies Berry Explosion 100-9881

Fruit Smoothies Strawberry/Banana 082-9891

Complete Moisture 079-9877

Clear Advance 101-9888

Gentle Sense 124-9817

Deep Renewal

DCT 094-9535

Herbal Answer Lip Balm 069-9871

Lip Infusion Moisture Splash 124-9816

Lip Infusion Cherry Splash 016-9840

Lip Infusion Medicated Soothing Splash

Lip Medex 073-8407R

Lip Revitalizer 039-9946

Lip Tone (U.S.) 099-9872

ProCare 112-9894

ProRelief 112-9895

Raspberry Lemonade Blast

Silk & Shine 100-9879

Spa Effects Grapefruit/ Rosemary/Eucalyptus Uplifting 123-9806

Spa Effects Cucumber Melon Renewing 123-9807

Spa Effects Plum Vanilla Relaxing 123-9808

Ultra Protection SPF 30 117-9862

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