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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I have used bath and body works products for years. On Saturday I bought a new product from then and used it. It is the Cocoa Shea Cucumber. After being in the cold gor 2 days, I lathered this all over myself. The next morning I had to miss church because I looked like an Umpa Lumpa. My entire body was swollen and I had rashes and hives. I have never ever reacted to anything like this. I ALWAYS watch what’s I eat. I looked at the ingedients and it didn’t say the normal “this product contains wheat milk and soy”. The ingredients were so small I couldn’t read it, my husband had to. To my disbelief...they put WHEAT in this product. I checked all the other lotions from BBW in my house and none of them had wheat! Now to further extend my disbelief, because of this 1 product, I am now the proud owner of 2 EpiPens and a prescription that would have cost me $564.00. Thank the lord that I have insurance. I love my BBW but you better believe that we are in talked about warning labels on their items.