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Got this brand new updated list from Paul Mitchell Salon Products yesterday (has all the new products on it as well as the old). I'm going shopping tomorrow for some! :)

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Dear Bridget,

Please find attached the list of our Paul Mitchell Professional Salon Products that are wheat-free.

Best regards,

Jackie Timberlake

Director of Consumer Relations

John Paul Mitchell Systems

(800) 793-8790

GLUTEN-FREE PRODUCTS

November 20, 2005

Shampoos:

Awapuhi Shampoo

Baby Don’t Cry Shampoo

Instant Moisture Daily Shampoo

Super Skinny Daily Shampoo

Botanical Prep Shampoo

Conditioners:

Instant Moisture Daily Treatment

Awapuhi Moisture Mist

Tea Tree Special Conditioner

The Cream

Lite Detangler

Seal and Shine

Tea Tree Hair and Scalp Treatment

Botanical Body Building Treatment

Style:

Extra-Body Sculpting Foam

Extra-Body Sculpting Gel

Extra-Body Daily Boost

Straight Works

Soft Sculpting Spray Gel

Round Trip

Wax Works

Spray Wax

Foaming Pomade

Dry Wax

Tea Tree Styling Gel

Tea Tree Shaping Cream

Tea Tree Stick Wax

Tea Tree Styling Wax

Tea Tree Grooming Pomade

ESP

Quick Slip

Finish:

Super Skinny Serum

Gloss Drops

Freeze and Shine, 80% voc

Fast Drying Sculpting Spray, 80% voc

Soft Spray, 80% voc

Misc:

Awapuhi Bar

Tea Tree Bar

Tea Tree Liquid Hand Soap

Tea Tree Shave Gel

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Called Aubrey Organics yesterday Dec 13,2005 1-800-282-7394 www.aubrey-organics.com

They varified that "Rose Mosqueta Shampoo", "Rose Mosqueta Shower Gel", "Rose Mosqueta Body Wash", Calaguala Fern Texturizing Leave In Treatment" and "Camomile Calming Bath Soak" is all Gluten Free.

Note: the Rose Mosqueta Conditioner is NOT gluten-free.

Hugs

Bridget

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I'll add some to the list. I e-mailed Maple Leaf after I kept getting sick after eating their all beef hotdogs. Turns out that they are gluten free but, they may be contaminated.

Here is the response from Maple Leaf:

Thank you for your recent inquiry about Maple Leaf Top Dogs All Beef Wieners.

Although the Top Dog All Beef Wieners do not contain any gluten, they have been produced in a facility that uses wheat products. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

If you would like, we can send you a list of our gluten-free products. If you are interested please respond with your mailing address and we will gladly send a copy.

Thank you for your interest in Maple Leaf products. For additional help, you might want to check our website at www.mapleleaf.com or call us back at 1-800-268-3708 or you may also email us at MapleLeafFoods@ConsumerServicesEmail.com to discuss this matter further.

This is the response that I got about Secret deodorant and body sprays:

We as a company go to great lengths to ensure our products are safe for consumer use.

If wheat and/or wheat extract is directly added to the formula, it will be listed in the Ingredient Statement, on the label. If it is not listed on the Ingredient Statement, then no gluten is directly added to the product. If wheat or a wheat extract is added to the perfume it will not be listed separately on the label, but potentially present at a very low level. If you are concerned about using a product with a perfume, I recommend you use: Fragrance Free products but NOT Unscented, which may contain a masking fragrance. Since Beauty Care products are used on the hair and skin, it would be very unlikely that a person with Celiac disease would have a reaction from trace amounts of gluten.

We do not intentionally use gluten directly in any of our packaging components. Although unlikely, it is possible that gluten may be present at trace levels as a processing aid or as a process bypro

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I'll add some to the list. I e-mailed Maple Leaf after I kept getting sick after eating their all beef hotdogs. Turns out that they are gluten free but, they may be contaminated.

Here is the response from Maple Leaf:

Thank you for your recent inquiry about Maple Leaf Top Dogs All Beef Wieners.

Although the Top Dog All Beef Wieners do not contain any gluten, they have been produced in a facility that uses wheat products. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

If you would like, we can send you a list of our gluten-free products. If you are interested please respond with your mailing address and we will gladly send a copy.

Thank you for your interest in Maple Leaf products. For additional help, you might want to check our website at www.mapleleaf.com or call us back at 1-800-268-3708 or you may also email us at MapleLeafFoods@ConsumerServicesEmail.com to discuss this matter further.

This is the response that I got about Secret deodorant and body sprays:

Thanks...new updates always help!!

We as a company go to great lengths to ensure our products are safe for consumer use.

If wheat and/or wheat extract is directly added to the formula, it will be listed in the Ingredient Statement, on the label. If it is not listed on the Ingredient Statement, then no gluten is directly added to the product. If wheat or a wheat extract is added to the perfume it will not be listed separately on the label, but potentially present at a very low level. If you are concerned about using a product with a perfume, I recommend you use: Fragrance Free products but NOT Unscented, which may contain a masking fragrance. Since Beauty Care products are used on the hair and skin, it would be very unlikely that a person with Celiac disease would have a reaction from trace amounts of gluten.

We do not intentionally use gluten directly in any of our packaging components. Although unlikely, it is possible that gluten may be present at trace levels as a processing aid or as a process bypro

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