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#16 AmandaD

 
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 05:40 AM

Thanks for your response! I'm wondering, do you, or anyone on this board, know if there is a place where you can buy gluten-free make-up like eyeliner, concealer, blush, etc.?

I've seen the gluten free savonnerie, but not a store with make-up?

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 07:50 AM

Thanks for your response!  I'm wondering, do you, or anyone on this board, know if there is a place where you can buy gluten-free make-up like eyeliner, concealer, blush, etc.?

I've seen the gluten free savonnerie, but not a store with make-up?

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Here are some off the top of my head:

The whole Bare Escentuals makeup line is gluten free.

Burt's Bees-blushes, concealing creme, facial powder, eye shadows, eye liners, lip gloss, lipstick, lip pencils, and lip shimmers are all gluten free...they have many other gluten free products too.

CoverGirl Continuous Color lipstick is gluten free.

Some Maybelline eye shadows are gluten free but some are not so make sure you check.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 08:20 AM

I work, so occasionally I need to wear make-up - I looked up the Bare E. line - it looks like a great one ...

...by the way, since finding out last night...I just found out there's a line of family members on my father's side that have this...I talked to one of my aunts who explained how it's an adjustment but that it's do-able - whew :D



Here are some off the top of my head:

The whole Bare Escentuals makeup line is gluten free.

Burt's Bees-blushes, concealing creme, facial powder, eye shadows, eye liners, lip gloss, lipstick, lip pencils, and lip shimmers are all gluten free...they have many other gluten free products too.

CoverGirl Continuous Color lipstick is gluten free.

Some Maybelline eye shadows are gluten free but some are not so make sure you check.

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 08:34 AM

I called cover girl, revlon, maybelline...etc..and found out the status of everything I was using before I went out and got all new stuff. It turned out that the only thing I needed to replace was my blush...which was maybelline. They all sent me lists of gluten-containing ingredients so I would know what to look for on the labels.
I switched my blush to neutrogena. I bought Bare Escentuals lip gloss just to be extra safe...since its going on my lips. They're stuff is all gluten-free but pretty expensive.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 09:49 AM

Hi Amanda! I see that you are in Madison, so I thought I'd jump in and give you a couple Madison area resources. (My dad lives in Madison and I grew up in Stoughton, but I live in Chippewa Falls now).

Whole foods on University has some gluten-free stuff, so does the Magic Mill (also on University). Magic Mill tends to be a little cheaper, but Whole Foods has some decent baked goods.

I just made a post about the Imperial Garden west in the restaurant section, they are great there! You can request almost anything on the menu gluten-free.

This is the website for the Madison Area Gluten Intolerance Chapter, they have a restaurant list and other info:

http://www.madison.c...-free/index.php

One day a week the Bread Barn bakes everything gluten-free:

http://www.sillyyakb...glutenfree.html
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 09:53 AM

Thank you so much - my gastro mentioned that the Madison Chapter is very active...and my great aunt (who's also a celiac) mentioned that the support groups are the best place to get info and recipes.

I went to Whole Foods last night - they actually have a concierge who walks you through the whole store. My husband and I actually live down here in Evansville (about 20 miles south of Madison) - he works as an editor at the Wisconsin State Journal and I'm a freelance reporter for the paper...

...Anyway - nice to meet another Wisconsinite -if you've got any other good advice you've learned in your experience - by all means post it. I need all the help I can get :D

Hi Amanda! I see that you are in Madison, so I thought I'd jump in and give you a couple Madison area resources. (My dad lives in Madison and I grew up in Stoughton, but I live in Chippewa Falls now).

Whole foods on University has some gluten-free stuff, so does the Magic Mill (also on University). Magic Mill tends to be a little cheaper, but Whole Foods has some decent baked goods.

I just made a post about the Imperial Garden west in the restaurant section, they are great there! You can request almost anything on the menu gluten-free.

This is the website for the Madison Area Gluten Intolerance Chapter, they have a restaurant list and other info:

http://www.madison.c...-free/index.php

One day a week the Bread Barn bakes everything gluten-free:

http://www.sillyyakb...glutenfree.html

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 10:19 AM

Well, there's Grandma Ferdon's foods in Hayward. Since you live in WI shipping is $12.95 for up to 25lbs of food and it generally comes in one day.

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http://www.celiacsoc...com/default.asp

http://www.glutenfreedrugs.com/
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