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I did a search, nothing..can anyone tell me if their stuff is safe

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I myself wouldn't know since I am lucky to grab a 5 minute shower before the kids are pounding at the door for something or other (any form of pampering in this household is strictly prohibited..... <_< ) but I did find this at delphi:

Bath and Body Works (800.395.1001) (00/00/00)

Many are gluten-free (but double check....some contain oats and someone was told all products are

gluten-free.... I wouldn't trust it on face value)

Sounds like only the ones with oats are questionable, and I guess that depends on what your take on oats are. Some believe they are safe, some do not.......

Karen

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thanks so much Karen. hubby gave me a gift cert. for Christmas..I never take a bath, only shower but am addicted to good smelling soap.

your kids must be young..I remember those days, getting time to pee was a big deal lol

my sons 18 now, between college, work and his friends I hardly see him

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Rhiannon is 7, and I have twin boys who are 4. Don't even get me started on the bathroom breaks. Having chronic diarrhea and small children do not mix. Having to be in the bathroom 20 times a day, they are constantly knocking on the door, absolutely no comfort there (not that there's any comfort in having diarrhea, but still.......... :D ) Either that, or the boys will pick the times that I am in the bathroom to decide to fight over a particular toy or book or tv channel, whatever. Ah, the joys of motherhood :rolleyes:

It was nice of your hubby to get you a gift card for that. My hubby knows me all too well. He knows my first choice were I to get a gift card would be to have one from Home Depot (I am a real do-it-yourself fixer upper. I just finished fixing the toilet - needed a new flapper tank ball.)

Hugs.

Karen

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Bless you Bless you Bless you LOL you should build yourself a private bathroom!!

I thought having one was stressful!!

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Bath and Body works clearly labels oats in the ingredients, and they are not in every product.

I've found that most if not all of the regular lotions contain oats, but the thicker body creams seem to be ok.

Can anyone back that up?

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I remember being in there at Christmas time and getting very depressed :( All of my favorites have oats in them. I found a foot cream that did not have oats. Needless to say I left without a bag. If you have found some that are oat free please post. I would love to go and get a bag!

Hez

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I bought 3 shower gels, cherry blossom, sweet pea, and vanilla..none have oats listed. its buy 2 pleasures body washes get one free :D they smell wonderful!

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they had safe lotions too...I'm just addicted to body wash lol

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