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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Just confirming here with anyone who uses cleure products...are they safe? I'm buying for gluten free AND salicylic acid free but i know they have a soap with oatmeal and i'm not clear yet what their source of Tocopherol is. So i've e-mailed them again. Just wondering if there are sensitives on here who use them without issue including their lip products?

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They are specifically made for people with salicylate and gluten intolerances, so YES--they are safe.

I have used them They have nothing in them that are harmful at all.

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That's what I thought then everyone on the salicylate forums say they react to things. I'm not too worried about it but it's still disconcerting to hear you know? I know they use fruit extracts in some things ..and fruit are high sals. Very weird.

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... i'm not clear yet what their source of Tocopherol is

Tocopherols are a class of organic chemicals that are usually rich in vitamin E, a natural preservative. They can be derived from a number of sources. The most common is soybean oil, although wheat germ oil can also be used. Tocopherols are highly refined extracts from refined oils, and are gluten-free.

The Canadian Celiac Association lists tocopherols as a safe ingredient in food, without exception. If it is okay to eat it, it ought to be okay to have it in your cosmetics. ;)

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Thanks!

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