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Okay, my two girls were just diagnosed Celiac. I know that there are lists out there, but I am getting a little overwhelmed and am looking for a quick answer. I am researching food ingredients, changing out utensils, making playdough, watching shamoos, lotions, etc....but make-up has me in a brain freeze! Any suggestions for a lipstick or good overnight cream that I can wear without worrying that I will harm my little ones??? Many, many thanks to you "pros" who are helping us so much!!!! - Julie

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Okay, my two girls were just diagnosed Celiac. I know that there are lists out there, but I am getting a little overwhelmed and am looking for a quick answer. I am researching food ingredients, changing out utensils, making playdough, watching shamoos, lotions, etc....but make-up has me in a brain freeze! Any suggestions for a lipstick or good overnight cream that I can wear without worrying that I will harm my little ones??? Many, many thanks to you "pros" who are helping us so much!!!! - Julie

I like the Afterglow product listed so prominently on the side here. Although a little spendy they are very nice. I have had trouble with Burt's Bees. Maybe its a particular herb in it? They sting my lips. Nice muted colors however.


Diagnosed celiac sprue as infant: failure to thrive & pneumonia-back on grains age 4. Began herbs 1971 combating chronic kidney disease/general ill health 1973. Avoid wheat family and "allergens" by 1980. Late 80's doc. diagnosed candida: cave-man diet. Diagnosed degraded myelin sheath 2006; need co-enzyme B vitamins. Discovered celiac fall 2007; finally told diagnosis as infant. Recently found I am salicylic acid intolerant. Ironically can't tolerate most herbs now. Can now eat brown rice & other gluten-free grains (except corn) & even maple syrup & now homeopathic medicine works! Am still exploring the shape of this elephant but I've made progress!

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I like the Afterglow product listed so prominently on the side here. Although a little spendy they are very nice. I have had trouble with Burt's Bees. Maybe its a particular herb in it? They sting my lips. Nice muted colors however.

Some of Burt's bees have vitimen E in them and that can be manufactured from wheat or gluten.

Here is a list of some of the products that I have found to be Gluten free. I hope they still are since manufacturers change ingredients sometimes.

Gluten Free Makeup/lipstick :

Trucco / all lip sticks

Wet and wild / all lipsticks are gluten-free

Burt's Bee's / all concealer and lip shimmers

No Miss / all products gluten free

Benefit / All lipsticks are gluten free

*Email inquires: bobbi brown lipsticks - some

Bare Essentials / all make up and lip sticks

ECCO BELLA / ALL lipsticks from Whole Foods

Cover Girl- Continuous Color lipstick, lip liners, marathon lipsticks

Cover Girl Face: all foundations, fresh complexion pressed powder, extremely gentle pressed powder, continuous color moisture enriched blush, all concealers, all eye shadows, all mascaras, thick n thin eye liner, soft radiance eye liner, extremely gentle soft liner, all nail slicks, *except nail treatments

Clearasil / ALL products are gluten free

L'Oreal / ALL lipsticks are gluten-free

*MAC


Hashimoto's (Hypothyroidism) 07

Anemia, Folic acid and B12 deficiencies Feb/08

Chronic Epstein-Barr Virus April/08

Biopsy and endoscopy pos 08

Chronic Gastritis - barf - 08

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I'm waiting for responses on this very question now-- I will post them as I get them. I wrote to over 30 companies yesterday and more today. I have asked some companies like Guerlain, pop beauty, benefit, Aveda, Lancome, Bourjois, Chanel... let's see what they say. I also wrote to companies that do face creams and lotions, as well as shampoos and styling products-- Johnathan, L'Occitaine, Juara, Sundari, etc. I also asked Sephora and Skinstore for lists of products lines that are gluten-free.

Lisa

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