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CeraVE cream. Recommended by 2 different dermatologists to our family.

It also comes in lotion that is good, too.

http://www.cerave.com

The sunscreen has "oat kernel extract" and is most likely fine. But you could avoid those


 

 

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I use Jenna Hipp hand cream that I purchase at Costco. It is in a tube and clearly marked gluten free. It is are great to keep in your purse. I use Cerave at home.


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I use Meleleuca Renew. It has no gluten ingredients and does a great job of moisturizing my skin. I've had severe hand dermatitis and this is my favorite brand!


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Most are gluten-free.  I can't remember the last time I put a lotion back on the shelf because of gluten.

 

I avoid Aveano (sp?)because of the oats.


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CeraVE cream. Recommended by 2 different dermatologists to our family.

It also comes in lotion that is good, too.

http://www.cerave.com

The sunscreen has "oat kernel extract" and is most likely fine. But you could avoid those

Karen,

I freaked when I saw that Cerave sunscreen had oat in it. I had just opened a fresh bottle a few days ago. I dug the box out of the recycle bin to re-check the ingrediants. No gluten. I checked the website and the sunscreen lists oat like you said. I called the manufacturer. They recently changed the formulation! Ugh! I guess I will not be buying Cerave's sunscreen anymore. This bottle will be my last.

I doubt that the addition of oat will improve the sunscreen!


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Good topic!  I need to purchase some hand cream, but I need something that has absolutely no smell whatsoever, free of perfume, and so if any of the above fit the bill I would be interested to know as I have been using Vaseline.


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