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#1 gflooser

 
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Posted 14 November 2011 - 06:49 AM

Hi guys, looks like just the pronamel is gluten-free. Works for me! Here is the response to my email:

Dear Ms. ******,


Thank you for contacting us regarding Sensodyne® toothpaste.

Sensodyne® Pronamel™ is gluten-free. Although we do not add gluten to any of our other variants of Sensodyne®, our raw materials suppliers could not guarantee that they are gluten-free. Therefore, other variants of Sensodyne® may contain trace amounts of gluten.

We appreciate your taking the time to contact us.


Sincerely,

Suzette
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare


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Posted 14 November 2011 - 09:28 AM

Hi guys, looks like just the pronamel is gluten-free. Works for me! Here is the response to my email:

Dear Ms. ******,


Thank you for contacting us regarding Sensodyne® toothpaste.

Sensodyne® Pronamel™ is gluten-free. Although we do not add gluten to any of our other variants of Sensodyne®, our raw materials suppliers could not guarantee that they are gluten-free. Therefore, other variants of Sensodyne® may contain trace amounts of gluten.

We appreciate your taking the time to contact us.


Sincerely,

Suzette
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare


Case # 3826246


Actually, this is just the standard CYA statement all companies usually provide. No one will guarantee their product is 100% gluten-free, for liability reasons.
I have used Sensodyne toothpaste in the past and never had any issues with it and I am about as sensitive a Celiac as they come. It was the regular Sensodyne and, unless they have changed their product ingredients, it all should be safe. I've never heard of anyone reacting to toothpaste of any brand.
Toothpastes are usually always safe to use.
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Posted 14 November 2011 - 02:24 PM

Actually, this is just the standard CYA statement all companies usually provide. No one will guarantee their product is 100% gluten-free, for liability reasons.
I have used Sensodyne toothpaste in the past and never had any issues with it and I am about as sensitive a Celiac as they come. It was the regular Sensodyne and, unless they have changed their product ingredients, it all should be safe. I've never heard of anyone reacting to toothpaste of any brand.
Toothpastes are usually always safe to use.


Talked to them last Friday
about the Pronamel Gentle Whitening
iso-active foam in the can.
They confirmed that it is also
gluten free.

(The other iso-active versions carry the
CC caution.)

Edited by rtc, 14 November 2011 - 02:32 PM.

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