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gluten-free Makeup Remover Wipes

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 10:16 PM

Hi. I was wondering if any of you know which makeup remover towelettes are safe to use (gluten-free and chemical free). I have been using Pond's towelettes as well as the cheaper version (Equate facial cleansing towelettes). I don't see any obvious gluten ingredients in them, but it looks like a lot of harsh chemicals. Are they ok to use? If not, are there any suggestions on an alternate brand that is reasonably priced? Shopping for all gluten free, chemical free products really gets expensive and since I am a college student I am on a pretty tight budget. :( Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! My goal is to use all safe and non-irritating products and get rid of any product that could be preventing my healing process. Thanks!

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Posted 07 April 2012 - 04:51 AM

Some time ago I bought some of the Equate facial cleansing towelettes and don't see any ingredients that would concern me as far as gluten is concerned. Only problem is that I don't like them very much. I agree that it does look like they contain a whole bunch of chemicals but then don't most make-up removers, shampoos, conditioners, etc.
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Posted 07 April 2012 - 06:07 AM

I am pretty sure the Yes To line is gluten free (Yes to Carrots, Yes to Cucumbers). There Web site says most of their products are gluten-free except a few conditioners, and they are available at Walmart and Target pretty cheaply. Plus, they are mostly natural ingredients, so it doesn't feel too chemically. Another great brand is Kiss My Face, but the don't have wipes. Their cleansers and moisturizers are amazing though :)

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