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So apparently INCI labeling, which stand for: "International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients" is like the cosmetic equivalent of the Food Allergen Labeling And Consumer Protection (Falpca). It's basically a requirement for consumer safety which means cosmetics must list all ingredients used, including GLUTEN ingredients (wheat, rye, barley, oats).

I didn't know about this before. I'm glad to learn this as I was trying to figure out whether these SUNSILK shampoo and conditioners I have would be safe for me to use. And I guess to be extra safe I'll keep my mouth sealed tight when applying and rinsing so none is accidentally ingested (wouldn't want to taste shampoo or conditioner anyway! lol)

Just thought I'd put this out there. It may help some people.

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