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Can anyone out there let me know what type of dish detergent they use that is gluten free? I believe my fingers are scaly and such due to my dish detergent. I keep trying to get the company on the phone but by the time I get to someone that I can talk to about this my son is screaming. So please any help would be appreciated!!

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Can anyone out there let me know what type of dish detergent they use that is gluten free? I believe my fingers are scaly and such due to my dish detergent. I keep trying to get the company on the phone but by the time I get to someone that I can talk to about this my son is screaming. So please any help would be appreciated!!

I use Cascade, which I am fairly certain is gluten free.

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My hands are all broken out right now too. I get skin splits and bleeding. It hurts. I would love to know what the clupret is! I use JOY soap. Normally the soap is fine and it is not a new bottle, so I am sure something else is killing my hands. Try Crazy Glue for skin splits and Vasaline petroleum jelly or Olive Oil for the scaly hands.

My hands are all broken out right now too. I get skin splits and bleeding. It hurts. I would love to know what the clupret is! I use JOY soap. Normally the soap is fine and it is not a new bottle, so I am sure something else is killing my hands. Try Crazy Glue for skin splits and Vasaline petroleum jelly or Olive Oil for the scaly hands.

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You could have a reaction to what is in dish detergents. I cannot use them, good thing I have a dish washer. When I have to use dish detergents I have to wear vinyl gloves because of my latex allergy.

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I use Ivory Classic which is gluten-free and it doesn't bug my hands, I'm also very reactive to soaps, and it doesn't bug me. Smells nice too.

Elonwy

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My hands tend to get rough and the tips of my fingers can crack in the wintertime, especially. I think, in my case, that it is due to the heat being on which makes for lower humidity in the house. Add to that, all the handwashing--for all the normal reasons and being extra careful for gluten reasons. I use Palmolive dishwashing liquid, but also have a dishwasher, so I'm not doing dishes all the time. Maybe once a day for pans, etc.

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