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I personally have never worried about nail polish--I do not chew my nails. A person who chews their nails and would get nail polish in their mouth, would be of concern, but then, I would imagine, they wouldn't bother polishing their nails, would they? Anyways, I never worry about nail polish or polish remover. I just looked at my polish remover and it is a store brand, it has no gluten in it. I do use it and immediately wash it off. I do react to gluten on my skin and have never reacted to nail polish or polish remover. I do have to be careful of acetone, but only because too much acetone can set off my mild asthma, not because of my celiac disease.

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Long Island, NY

Double DQ1, subtype 6

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