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Looking For Help With Finding A gluten-free Face Wash

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Hi all,

I am hoping you can help me? I have been using Desert Essence face wash for the past month or too but am looking for a regular (that i can buy in cvs/walgreens) face wash for oily skin, i suffer from acne also. If anyone has any advice please let me know, I haven't been diagnosed long and am still finding my way and so far absolutely no slip ups.

thank you in advance

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Hi all,

I am hoping you can help me? I have been using Desert Essence face wash for the past month or too but am looking for a regular (that i can buy in cvs/walgreens) face wash for oily skin, i suffer from acne also. If anyone has any advice please let me know, I haven't been diagnosed long and am still finding my way and so far absolutely no slip ups.

thank you in advance

I just started using Clean and Clear for sensitive skin, and I also got the Clean and Clear moisturizer. I have suffered from acne forever, and this actually has seemed to work in the first week of using it! I looked at the label and it looks ok to me! It makes my face soooo soft, too. Good luck!

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I just started using Clean and Clear for sensitive skin, and I also got the Clean and Clear moisturizer. I have suffered from acne forever, and this actually has seemed to work in the first week of using it! I looked at the label and it looks ok to me! It makes my face soooo soft, too. Good luck!

Thank you!

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Garnier makes some good facial products. I use the Nutripure line.

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You can also try:

juice beauty

weleda (for example, the baby cleanser that also works as shampoo) is a great face wash

Dr. Bronners

Ecco bella

and then there are "order online brands" (sephora or skinstore or makeup.com) like:

juara

sundari

100% pure (foaming face washes-- cucumber and lemon)

korres

shisheido

caudalie

NARS

dermalogica

Let us know what else you find out there!

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Does anyone know if Obagi is gluten free? I have emailed them and no response back. It doesn't seem to be bothering me, but I do want to switch to gluten free when I run out.

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I've had good experiences with Dove products. :)

After trying several brands, the dove clean shampoo (green bottle) and conditioner works wonders and I have gone down the whole crazy expensive route with shampoos and nothing has worked this well!

I bought clean and clear today to try, reminds me of when i was a teenager!!!

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After trying several brands, the dove clean shampoo (green bottle) and conditioner works wonders and I have gone down the whole crazy expensive route with shampoos and nothing has worked this well!

I bought clean and clear today to try, reminds me of when i was a teenager!!!

Haha! I know, I started using it because my sister (17 yrs old) uses it and it works great for her...hope you like it!

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I just called Neutrogena and their Neutrogena Night Calming Nourishing Clean Cleanser (also makeup remover) is gluten free and works really well!!

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I'm just making the switch over to gluten free bath products as well. I love my face wash and I've just checked and thankfully it's gluten free! I use nuetrogena naturals which you can find at CVS. I definitely recommend it!!

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Hmm... I am glad to see some Neutrogena products on here! I have had horrible acne since I was in my early 20s (didn't appear until then). It has been solved by my gluten-free diet! But whenever I'm glutened, I break out a few days later. Don't know why. It just happens! I used to love Neutrogena and haven't been able to use them because I didn't think they were gluten-free! Thanks for the info!

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Does anyone know if Obagi is gluten free? I have emailed them and no response back. It doesn't seem to be bothering me, but I do want to switch to gluten free when I run out.

I have also just written to Obagi, so I will post any answer I get.

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