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We just realized that we need to check if the Caress bath bar (regular) is gluten-free! Do we really need to watch products like soap, shampoo, etc? Is Caress gluten-free? What about toothpaste?

Hubby has celiac disease, but is pretty asymptomatic. The only thing noticeable about his is that a couple of people say his color is much better. Sister said he was pretty pale last summer, and friend kept asking him if he was OK, that he looked a little pale. Other than that, we would have no idea if he accidentally got glutened.

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We just realized that we need to check if the Caress bath bar (regular) is gluten-free! Do we really need to watch products like soap, shampoo, etc? Is Caress gluten-free? What about toothpaste?

Hubby has celiac disease, but is pretty asymptomatic. The only thing noticeable about his is that a couple of people say his color is much better. Sister said he was pretty pale last summer, and friend kept asking him if he was OK, that he looked a little pale. Other than that, we would have no idea if he accidentally got glutened.

I don't know of a toothpaste that isn't gluten free so you're OK there. I would say you need to be careful of anything that can get into your mouth. I avoid all products with gluten because I get a little itchy and just don't want to have to worry about it but it's a personal choice. Go with what works for you.

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