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I have been gluten-free for about 8 weeks & want to continue feeling better. I've called a few of my favorite cosmetics to see if they are gluten-free. Infusium 23 (hair conditioner) is NOT gluten-free. I have an email in to CityLIps as I love their lipgloss, but so far, no response. I don't care if anyone thinks I am an extremist, I feel I am affected by different perfumes, smells, & I had just realized that my favorite Suave conditioner had Wheat as it's highlighted ingredient!!! I am finally coming out of my fugue & would rather be a minimalist re: cosmetics than continuing to feel lousy. Thank you for all the great info. Any info on Revlon lipglide?

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Hi Blondehart,

Did infusium mention their shampoo? I used to use their infusium 23 shampoo for fine hair and haven't used any in months (just in case, since I haven't had time to contact them).

Thanks.

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the Infusium company told me that they could not guarentee that ANY of their products was gluten-free...I was asking specifically about their spray on conditioner, but they sounded as if they use Glluten in all of their products. sorry.

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I'm a big fan of Neutogena as many of their products are gluten-free and affirdable! B

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the Infusium company told me that they could not guarentee that ANY of their products was gluten-free...I was asking specifically about their spray on conditioner, but they sounded as if they use Glluten in all of their products. sorry.

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No worries. I appreciate the clarification. Guess that's yet another shampoo that I have to pass on to my husband.

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( I think my first post about this got lost) Yesterday, I bought the Jane Iredale mineral makeup. It cost more than I wanted to spend, but I needed a pick-me-up after realizing that I couldn't use my old makeup/hair products/grooming stuff. Anyone else use this? :)

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i've never heard of it- been using Bare Escentuals mineral makeup but let us know how you like it- I'm always up for a new pick-me-up. :D Beverly

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Hi Kaiti,

Can you please send me the Neutrogena list?  Also, what is the Delphi List???  Do you have any other lists???

carriecraig@gmail.com

Thanks!!!

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I thought you had to watch out for Nutagina (says on Delphi List) because the Swiss have dif standerds as to "Gluten Free?" :blink:

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Could I get all of those lists as well. I didn't realize that shampoo and everything needed to be gluten free. I just read the back of my bottles and they both listed wheaat protein. So I bought new stuff yesterday. I have no idea about my makeup because they are all different brands.

christa

christachamberland@blackgold.ca

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I thought you had to watch out for Nutagina (says on Delphi List) because the Swiss have dif standerds as to "Gluten Free?" :blink:

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I just looked and did not see that on the Delphi list. I have had no problem with the Neutrogena gluten free products.

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Here's the Neutrogena List I have (but you should always double check). To my knowledge, I have not had problems with them (but who knows what I react to now!):

Active Breathable Sunblock SPF 30

Active Breathable Sunblock SPF 45

Advanced Solutions Acne Mark Eliminating Peel

Advanced Solutions Acne Therapy System

Advanced Solutions Facial Peel

Advanced Solutions Micro-Ocide Crystallized Cream

Advanced Solutions Skin Transforming Complex Daily SPF 15 Moisturizer

Advanced Solutions Skin Transforming Complex Nightly Renewal Cream

After Sun Treatment

Alcohol-Free Antiseptic Cleanser (Discontinued)

Alcohol-Free Toner

Anti-Cellulite Treatment

Anti-Residue Shampoo

Blackhead Eliminating Astringent

Blackhead Eliminating Daily Scrub

Blackhead Eliminating Treatment Mask

Body Clear Body Lotion (Discontinued)

Body Clear Body Scrub

Body Clear Body Wash

Body Emulsion

Body Lotion

Body Oil

Build- A- Tan

Clean Conditioners- All

Clean For Color- Color Defending Foam(discontinued)

Clean Replenishing Instant Shine Detangler (Discontinued)

Clean Shampoos- All

Cleansing and Makeup Removing Towelettes

Clear Pore Cleanser/Mask

Clear Pore Oil Controlling Astringent

Clear Pore Shine Control Gel (Discontinued)

Clear Pore Treatment

Combination Skin Moisture

Conditioner for Permed/Color Treated Hair (Discontinued)

Deep Clean Astringent

Deep Clean Body Scrub Bar

Deep Clean Cleanser

Deep Clean Gentle Scrub

Deep Clean Mask

Detangling Conditioner (Discontinued)

Extra Gentle Cleanser

Foot Cream

Fresh Body Herbal Body Wash

Fresh Finish Loose Powder/Healthy Skin Loose Powder

Fresh Finish Pressed Powder/Healthy Skin Pressed Powder

Fresh Foaming Cleanser

Hand Cream

Healthy Defense Daily Moisturizer SPF 30- All

Healthy Defense Protective Powder SPF 30

Healthy Defense Sheer Bronzer SPF 30 (Discontinued)

Healthy Defense Sheer Makeup SPF 30 (Disctontinued)

Healthy Defense Sunblock Spray SPF 30+

Healthy Defense Sunblock Stick SPF 30+

Healthy Defense Trio

Healthy Defense UVA/UVB Block SPF 30 + / SPF 45

Healthy Radiance Exfoliating Wash

Healthy Radiance Eye Cream

Healthy Radiance Moisturizer SPF 15

Healthy Scalp Shampoo

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Anti Blemish Cleanser

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Anti Blemish Cream

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Anti Blemish Scrub

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Cream

Healthy Skin Blends Natural Radiance Bronzer

Healthy Skin Blends Sheer Highlighting Blush

Healthy Skin BlendsTranslucent Oil- Control Powder

Healthy Skin Cream Powder Makeup SPF 20

Healthy Skin Enhancer

Healthy Skin Eye Cream

Healthy Skin Face Lotion

Healthy Skin Face Lotion Sensitive Skin/Delicate Skin

Healthy Skin Face Lotion SPF 15

Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup SPF 20

Healthy Skin Smoothing Stick

Healthy Skin Visibly Even Daily SPF 15 Moisturizer

Healthy Skin Visibly Even Exfoliating Body Wash

Healthy Skin Visibly Even Exfoliating Cleanser

Instant Lip Remedy

Instant Nail Enhancer

Intensified Day Moisture SPF 15

Intensified Eye Moisture (Discontinued)

Light Night Cream

Lip Boost Intense Moisture Lipstick SPF 20

Lip Boost Intense Moisture Therapy

Lip Moisturizer SPF 15

Lip Nutrition- All

Liquid Neutrogena

Makeup Correcting Stick

Makeup Correcting Stick

Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes

Maximum Strength Oil Controlling Pads

Moisture Boosting Body Wash

Moisture for Sensitive Skin

Moisture Shine Tinted Lip Balm- All

Moisture SPF 15

Moisture SPF 15 Sheer Tint

MoistureShine Lip Gloss

New Hands

Oil Free Acne Mask/ Scrub

Oil Free Eye Makeup Remover

Oil-Absorbing Acne Mask (Discontinued)

Oil-Free Acne Wash

On the Spot Acne Patch

On the Spot Acne Treatment Tinted

On the Spot Acne Treatment Vanishing Formula

On The Spot Blemish Wand

Overnight Lip Therapy

Pore Refining Cleanser

Pore Refining Cream

Pore Refining Cream SPF 15

Pore Refining Mask

Pore Refining Mattifier (Discontinued)

Pore Refining Toner

Radiance Boost Eye Cream

Rainbath Dry Oil Spray

Rainbath Moisturizing Body Mist (Discontinued)

Rainbath Shower & Bath Gel- All

Rapid Clear Acne Defense Face Lotion

Rapid Clear Gel

Razor Defense Daily Face Scrub

Razor Defense Face Lotion

Sensitive Skin Solutions Alcohol Free Toner

Sensitive Skin Solutions Cleansing Wash - Combination Skin

Sensitive Skin Solutions Cream Cleanser - Dry Skin

Sensitive Skin Solutions Oil-Free Foaming Cleanser - Oily Skin

Shimmer Sheers (all shades)

Skin Clearing After Shave (Discontinued)

Skin Clearing Compact Foundation

Skin Clearing Concealer

Skin Clearing Face Bar (Discontinued)

Skin Clearing Face Wash

Skin Clearing Liquid Makeup

Skin Clearing Moisturizer

Skin Clearing Pressed Powder

Skin Clearing Targeted Acne Treatment (Discontinued)

Skin Smoothing Body Lotion

Skin Soothing Eye Tints

Skin Soothing Under Eye Corrector

SkinClearing Clean Tint

SkinClearing Trio

Soft Color Blush

Soothing Relief Anti-Itch Moisturizer

Sunless Tanning Lotion- All

T/Gel Conditioner

T/Gel Overnight Dandruff Treatment

T/Gel Shampoos- All

T/Sal Maximum Strength Shampoo

Transparent Facial Bars- All

Transparent Sunblock Gel SPF 30 (Discontinued)

Triple Moisture Active Soothing Conditioner

Triple Moisture Active Soothing Shampoo

Triple Moisture Cream Lather Shampoo

Triple Moisture Deep Conditioner

Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask

Triple Moisture Healing Shine Serum

Triple Moisture Pure Strength Oil Therapy

Triple Moisture Sheer Hydration Leave- In Foam

Triple Moisture Silk- Touch Leave-In Cream

Triple Protect Face Gel

Triple Protect Face Lotion SPF 20

Ultra Sheer Dry Touch Sunblock SPF 30/ SPF 45

Under Cover Concealer Stick

Visibly Even Natural Look Makeup

Visibly Firm Eye Cream

Visibly Firm Eye Treatment Concealer

Visibly Firm Face Lotion SPF 20

Visibly Firm Lift Serum

Visibly Firm Moisture Makeup

Visibly Firm Night Cream

Visibly Younger Hand Cream

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Could I get all of those lists as well. I didn't realize that shampoo and everything needed to be gluten free.  I just read the back of my bottles and they both listed wheaat protein.  So I bought new stuff yesterday.  I have no idea about my makeup because they are all different brands. 

christa

christachamberland@blackgold.ca

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I tried to send you some lists but it says your email is unknown and sent it back to me

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Thanks, Floridanative...at least I know about the Revlon lipglide now....anyone have any info on CityLips or Rimmel? I have emailed CityLips (may do so again), but got no response. I agree that we need to educate these companies that they will be losing customers if they can not provide info.

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I'm curious about L'Oreal and Lancome as well (I think they're the same company). I use mostly Bare Escentuals but it's expensive and I'd like to be able to just go into CVS occasionally and pick up a L'Oreal lipstick or face powder. I'll do some research but if anyone knows for sure that would be great. Thanks, Beverly

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RE: Name calling - I am a Glutenfree extremist and proud of it! I'll turn over every stone to find it and not rest until I know one way or the other.

As most of you know, my husband has celiac, I do not; but I take great lengths to purchase everything gluten free.

The NIH declared that the rate of celiac is 1 in 133; but food and cosmetic manufacturers should not rely on this rate as it's more than 1 in 133 when it comes to purchasing the products. For instance, there are families that are 100% gluten-free for every family member, so let's say that there's 4 people in that family, but not all are celiac - that means that not just the celiac is consuming gluten-free, but all 4. I would suppose that in many families where there's just one or two celiacs, the food shopper in the family (want to avoid saying "the mother") is buying gluten free as much as possible. For instance, if the store has two different brands of shampoo and the "mother/shopper" knows brand B is gluten-free, the "mother/shopper" will buy the large size of the brand B. Everyone in the household will use the brand B item. So this is where we have power in numbers. I don't think the manufacturers understand this. The manufacturers are going by the 1 in 133 rate, not realizing it's higher than that in the actual buying process. 1 in 133 is the rate of who NEEDS to be gluten-free; but it could be 4 in 133 who live gluten-free.

Also, I am concerned about gluten-free cosmetics because I don't want to transfer gluten to my husband if he does things like kiss my face or grab my hand, etc. So again, more than 1 in 133 live gluten-free for many reasons.

Thank you debmidge! I always learn a lot from you. :D

I think thats what I'm going to start calling myself too a "Glutenfree extremist" and proud of it!

Thank you ladies for creating this thread. I want to keep this alive...

Today I'm looking for a safe liquid foundation to wear. Any ideas? I need to throw out what I have and start new.

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Shampoo easily can get into your mouth when washing your hair.

If you have gluten in your hair, touch your hair subconsciously then touch your food then there could be traces.

If you wash your hands with soap that contains gluten then go prepare your food that is another way for it to get traces into you.

Lipsticks are obvious.

I think that products you use around your face and stuff you put on your hands(lotions&nailpolish) need to be gluten free...just way too much of a chance to get into the mouth in some way, shape, or form

Gluten can't get through the skin unless you have an open cut or something...its the problem of them getting into your mouth which can cause a problem(I was glutened quite a bit before I switched products-even that little bit caused me sooo many problems)

I never thought about nail polish- what kind/s do you use? Thanks

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floridanative -- You are right-on tell them about the clients they are loosing. The more each one of us write and request this information the more they will see the market they are loosing. I got the same sort of email from Revlon, L'oreal> And Maybelline told me to get a magnify glass and International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and look for myself. I'm going to post some of these companies replies on by blogg soon.

No I know why people are sick, I mean we absorb through our skin what we put on it.

I'm having a hard time finding a liquid foundation that is safe. Everything I have is gluten or soy. And powder doesn't do it...

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floridanative -- You are right-on tell them about the clients they are loosing. The more each one of us write and request this information the more they will see the market they are loosing. I got the same sort of email from Revlon, L'oreal> And Maybelline told me to get a magnify glass and International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and look for myself. I'm going to post some of these companies replies on by blogg soon.

No I know why people are sick, I mean we absorb through our skin what we put on it.

I'm having a hard time finding a liquid foundation that is safe. Everything I have is gluten or soy. And powder doesn't do it...

Hello, I use Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse. I have good skin, I just use it sometimes because I'm fair, so I don't know if it's as good as liquid. I never use liquid. I put it on with a sponge. I also use gluten-free eyeshadow cream as blush. I love makeup- Sephora gives me chillbumps just walking in.

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So - for 17 years I have been poisoning my daughter - and myself!

This is nuts!! We just went through everything in the house - a big job for with a teenager.

Does anyone have any ideas for "cool" nail-polish, eye shadow, and scented hand lotion?

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Hi everyone,

I found your message board tonight and I wanted to share another line of Gluten-free products with you - Lame Advertisement. I'll be honest with you ~ I am an Independent Consultant with Lame Advertisement. I am posting here because I have a client that has been searching for gluten-free products and I just found out that our new line of skin care and our cosmetics, vitamins and some men's, baby and aromatherapy products are gluten-free. I'm really really not here to solicit. I just wanted to pass on the information. I really hope it can help someone. If you'd like to contact me with questions, please feel free.

:) Lisa E

Here is a link to Lame Advertisement's website: Lame Advertisement or My Webpage (my email link is on my site)

And here is what their customer service sent me about the gluten-free products:

Gluten-FREE Products:

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Skin and Body Care:

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Daily Balancer

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Daily Eye Cream

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Daily Moisturizing Cream, Day & Night

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Skin Conditioning Oil

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Cleansing Gel

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Body Lotion

Lame Advertisement Intelligence Hand Cream

Lame Advertisement Clear Advantage Acne Wash

Lame Advertisement Clear Advantage Refining Toner

Lame Advertisement Clear Advantage Acne Lotion

About Face Color (cosmetic line)

About Face Eye Pencils, Lip Pencils, Blushers, Brow Wax, Eye Shadows, Sheer Shine (lip gloss), Concealer, Translucent Pressed Powder, Translucent Loose Powder, Mineral Powder Foundation SPF 15, Lipsticks, Wipe Out Eye Makeup Remover,

BefoRE Sun No Sun Intended Bronzing Powder

BefoRE Sun Lip Saver SPF 30

Aromatherapy Products: Aromassentials Awaken Sea Salt Scrub

Aromassentials Unwind Massage Oil

Aromassentials Unwind Bath Salts

Baby Products: ABC Body Oil

ABC Herbal Diaper Rash Cream

Men's Anti-Aging Skin Care:

NutriMenC RE9 REality Moisturizing Sunscreen SPF 8

NutriMenC RE9 REsurface Shave Gel

Figure 8 Vanish Pre-Shower Cellulite Scrub

Lame Advertisement Smart Nutritional Hybrids for Men & Women

In addition, all dietary supplements are gluten-free with the exception of the Figure 8® Just Go! Fiber Shake and the Bio-Nutria® Complete Essentials for Children.

Please note that although these products do not contain any gluten, they are not manufactured in a gluten-free facility.

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