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I am new here, but I have been diagnosed since may of last year. I have used this site so much to help me figure out how to manage everything. I have been doing *ok* at the diet, but I just realized that i have to replace ALL my beauty products. I am a huge Aveda fan and my skin is so sensitive and it took me years to find face and hair products that work for me but I just learned that they all contain gluten! Luckily, my make up is Bare Essenciauls and bare minerals, but everything else I use has to go! Does anyone know of good quality, natural alternatives I could use to replace my Aveda and Aveeno products?

Thanks

purplepryncess

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The Giovanni products are nice. Even their golden wheat shampoo is gluten-free, and yes I spoke to the rep about that as it doesn't have a lick of wheat in it. I liked the 50/50 shampoo and Smooth as Silk conditioner. They also have a number of new styling products, I used to use the hair gel, and skin care but I haven't checked the gluten statis of most of those.

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Try Dove and Neutrogena. I've contacted the companies before and they have gluten free products. Just search for them on this forum. Neutrogena even emailed me a list of their gluten free products.

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After much investigation, here is what I found that works for me.

I have multiple sensitivities, including sodium lauryl sulfate and I have trouble with many "hypoallergenic" products (including weleda and kneip). I finally found some that are mostly natural and scented with botanicals, rather than chemicals.

Gluten-free hair/ face/ bath/body lines I like:

*Caudalie (only 3 products, including the shampoo, have gluten) Lotions, face care, soaps

*100% pure (except the mascara, their tocopherols are from rice bran.) Skin care, soaps and cosmetics.

*Sundari skincare (read the ingredients-- many products are okay) face and body

*Korres natural products (they sent a spreadsheet with safe products) Skin care, hair care (styling products!)

*LUSH cosmetics-- they have a full line of gluten free products and SLS free soaps. Read the ingredients. But the have shampoos (solids!), conditioners, styling products, deoderants, creams, face care, soaps, bath products, lotions, etc.

*Juara skincare (most products are gluten free, but they cannot guarantee no trace amounts from their suppliers)

*Burt's Bees-- on their website, they feature a long list of gluten free products, including deoderants, toothpaste, hair case, face care and body care products and makeup. This company is another winner for me.

Make-up lines:

-Smashbox (everything is gluten-free)

-NARS (everything is gluten-free)

-T. LeClerc makeup (everything is gluten-free)

-Clarins (they sent a long list of unsafe products)

-Lancome-- some lipsticks

-Clinique-- some lipsticks

-Chanel lipstick and lipgloss-- all of it.

Good luck~ for me this was harder than the food ever was because the label laws are different and many companies honestly do not know what is in there.

Lisa

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    Oh yes, it could, although to be honest I never got myself so wet with sweat that it would have been a serious situation.  However, I can remember one time when I got caught in a cloudburst while going to my car in a large parking lot, though, and got soaked to the skin, and of course had to wear those soaking-wet clothes while I drove the 45 minutes it took me to get home --- I will NEVER forgot the misery and agony of that drive!  I could just barely keep the car under control, in fact.
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Water?! That's… unreasonably inconvenient. Did it happen with sweat?
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