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      EpiLynx Eyliners are available in five colors that have a super-fine tip, which makes them easy to apply.


    Celiac.com 11/29/2019 - If you are like most women who have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, finding suitable gluten-free makeup can be a challenge. After all, gluten can be found where you least expect it, which is especially true when it comes to cosmetics.

    Recently I was excited to discover EpiLynx, a company that makes a variety of gluten-free cosmetics, including one thing in particular that I've been searching for: Gluten-free eyeliners. 



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    EpiLynx Eyliners are available in five colors that have a super-fine tip, which makes them easy to apply. I tried their black eyeliner and found that it was extra dark so you only needed one application, and it didn't smudge at all and lasted the entire day. Removal was also a breeze with a makeup wipe.

    About EpiLynx:
    Epilynx was founded by Dr. Liia Ramachandra, PharmD, PhD, who founded the company after her struggle with gluten sensitivity.

    For more info visit their site.

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