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I have been trying to search the boards before asking. I was wondering if anyone knows if these products are ok:

Wakmart brand of bluemint mouth rinse

Suave 24 hour deoderent

Cover girl brow and eye brow line

Revlon color stay foundation

maybeline coverstick concealer and maybeline full n soft mascara waterproof

Rimmel products like say matte pressed powder and bronzer

dove sensitive skin bar

Are there any make up product lines that are gluten free and not really exspensive?

Do I have to worry about dental floss??

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The only one I'm sure about is Dove sensitive skin soap cuz thats what I use. :)

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I have been trying to search the boards before asking. I was wondering if anyone knows if these products are ok:

Wakmart brand of bluemint mouth rinse

Suave 24 hour deoderent

Cover girl brow and eye brow line

Revlon color stay foundation

maybeline coverstick concealer and maybeline full n soft mascara waterproof

Rimmel products like say matte pressed powder and bronzer

dove sensitive skin bar

Are there any make up product lines that are gluten free and not really exspensive?

Do I have to worry about dental floss??

The Delphi List may help as a guideline with products. It has alot of makeup on there including brands you mentioned.

Dove is a brand that will not hide anything and they will clearly list wheat,rye,barley,oats on the label if it contains any.

The Bare Escentuals makeup line is gluten free(but not their skin care line)

You do have to check anything and everything including dental floss. When you go to the dentist and they clean your teeth and work in your mouth you have to check the products that they use because some do contain gluten.

Feel free to email me if you have any questions :)

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I have been trying to search the boards before asking. I was wondering if anyone knows if these products are ok:

Wakmart brand of bluemint mouth rinse

Suave 24 hour deoderent

Cover girl brow and eye brow line

Revlon color stay foundation

maybeline coverstick concealer and maybeline full n soft mascara waterproof

Rimmel products like say matte pressed powder and bronzer

dove sensitive skin bar

Are there any make up product lines that are gluten free and not really exspensive?

Do I have to worry about dental floss??

I contacted Walmart by phone and email....they have NO Clue about gluten. I wrote Butler/ GUM and their dental floss is gluten-free. Revlon and Maybeline answered when I inquired about Gluten " We can not guarentee our products do not contain gluten".

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has anyone ever found a dental floss that does contain gluten?

Crest makes the Glide dental floss. I called them today and they told me that their toothpaste and Glide dental Floss is ok.

They did day that they have a new product called Pro Health Mouth Wash that may contain traces of Gluten, so they advised me to stay away from it.

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The only one I'm sure about is Dove sensitive skin soap cuz thats what I use. :)

I do not like to correct anyone, but this is our health at stake here. I do not know if anyone reads the company replies I post so I gave up on posting them...if you want I'll show you the one from DOVE I got 2 days ago. While Gluten may not be an ingrediant listed in their soap, they DO NOT check for cross cantamination and their process lines are NOT pure.

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Hi Eeyor fan (my daughter and I love eeyor!),

I'm not sure why you think no one is interested in your responses from various companies but I certainly am and I'm betting that a lot of others are too. I'd love to see the response you got from the Dove people, especially since I use Dove soap (and I'm really itchy lately).

I know that with some companies the replies seem to really vary, for example everyone here says that the make up Bare Essentuails is gluten free (and I do use it and love it) but their reply to me was a bit different... they told me I would have to call on each product, they did say their mineral foundations were gluten-free but as for the rest they told me to call with my list of products that I use. To me that clearly says that the entire line is NOT gluten free.

Anyhow... I'd love to see the response you got from Dove if you care to share it.

susan

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Hi Eeyor fan (my daughter and I love eeyor!),

I'm not sure why you think no one is interested in your responses from various companies but I certainly am and I'm betting that a lot of others are too. I'd love to see the response you got from the Dove people, especially since I use Dove soap (and I'm really itchy lately).

I know that with some companies the replies seem to really vary, for example everyone here says that the make up Bare Essentuails is gluten free (and I do use it and love it) but their reply to me was a bit different... they told me I would have to call on each product, they did say their mineral foundations were gluten-free but as for the rest they told me to call with my list of products that I use. To me that clearly says that the entire line is NOT gluten free.

Anyhow... I'd love to see the response you got from Dove if you care to share it.

susan

I just hate correcting people is all.

DOVE

doveusa, comments" <Comments.Doveusa@unilever.com

Mon, 28 Nov 2005 10:10:52 -0500

Hi, Thanks for writing! We do not specifically test our products for the presence of gluten, a sticky protein found in some grains such as wheat. Gluten may be present in products that contain derivatives of wheat, oat, rye, and barley. In labeling our products, our company follows the guidelines established by the International Nomenclature for Cosmetics; Ingredients (INCI) process. Therefore, if we use an ingredient derived from a grain such as wheat, oat, rye, and/or barley, those names will appear on the label. One common example is "Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein". If you see this on the label, the material was derived from wheat, so the product may contain gluten. Sadly, we cannot guarantee our products as gluten free since all Dove products travel over the same product lines in manufacturing. Thank you for your interest!

Your friends at Dove

Hope this helps people!

Bridget

Eeyore is my fave!!

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I just hate correcting people is all.

DOVE

doveusa, comments" <Comments.Doveusa@unilever.com

Mon, 28 Nov 2005 10:10:52 -0500

Hi, Thanks for writing! We do not specifically test our products for the presence of gluten, a sticky protein found in some grains such as wheat. Gluten may be present in products that contain derivatives of wheat, oat, rye, and barley. In labeling our products, our company follows the guidelines established by the International Nomenclature for Cosmetics; Ingredients (INCI) process. Therefore, if we use an ingredient derived from a grain such as wheat, oat, rye, and/or barley, those names will appear on the label. One common example is "Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein". If you see this on the label, the material was derived from wheat, so the product may contain gluten. Sadly, we cannot guarantee our products as gluten free since all Dove products travel over the same product lines in manufacturing. Thank you for your interest!

Your friends at Dove

Hope this helps people!

Bridget

Eeyore is my fave!!

The reason I felt "no one cared" if I posted my findings or not is...I posted this like a week ago in my "Product Updates" and I guess no one read it (there is one letter because these companies are all owned by Revlon and I got the same letter from all 3)!

I'm just trying to help people.

Bridget

Revlon/ Almay/ Caress

Dear Bridget:

We have received your comments from the Revlon/Almay websites and wish to

thank you for your interest in our products.

Unfortunately, because of the way cosmetic ingredients are made and

transported, we cannot guarantee that a product is gluten-free.

If we can be of further assistance in helping you locate your favorite

products, please call our Consumer Information Center toll-free at

1-800-473-8566. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM

until 5:00 PM. Any of our representatives will be glad to assist you.

Sincerely,

Rachel Evans

Sr. Consumer Services Representative

Revlon Consumer Information

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