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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hi everyone! I was just wondering if anyone knows if Revlon Colorsilk hair dye is gluten free? I am new to this and there are so many ingredients, that although I went through all of them, I am still confused. Some are definitely questionable. I can NOT stop dyeing my hair. Gray at 35 is not cool. :-/

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I don't know what the ingredients are but I wouldn't worry.  Dye your hair, just don't eat it.   :D

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You don't have to stop dying your hair. I dye my graying hair all of the time!

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Not sure that any hair dye products would be an issue since you are not ingesting them. 

I was gray at 30 (I know, not fair!) lol and started dying it then. Not gonna be white. Nope, no way! lol

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Garneir will clearly label gluten ingredients. I use their shampoos and conditioners and back when I was still concerned about getting rid of gray they were the brand I used.

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Thanks everyone. My doctor said that I need to watch everything I put on my skin, breathe in, etc... I am HIGHLY sensitive and in the most progressive stage of Celiac's at this point. He pretty much told me to not even look at gluten. Ha! That is why I am so concerned right now.

Thank you Ravenwoodglass! I will go take a look at their products. I already have a box of Revlon though, and I've given away enough crap already. I am also wondering if the hair dye is what is causing my hair to fall out so much. Did anyone else have this problem? I am using organic, gluten free shampoo and conditioner, so it can't be that.

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Thanks everyone. My doctor said that I need to watch everything I put on my skin, breathe in, etc... I am HIGHLY sensitive and in the most progressive stage of Celiac's at this point. He pretty much told me to not even look at gluten. Ha! That is why I am so concerned right now.

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I never heard of "progressive stage Celiac".  If you go gluten-free, it shouldn't be "progressing"

 

Here is some info from Celiac experts.  If you are not ingesting it, it should be fine.

 

http://www.cureceliacdisease.org/archives/faq/is-hair-loss-associated-with-celiac-disease

Is hair loss associated with celiac disease?

Hair loss can certainly happen, especially in young adults, but more so as a result of nutrient deficiencies than through association with celiac disease.

 

 

http://www.cureceliacdisease.org/archives/faq/what-ingredients-should-i-avoid-in-cosmetic-products

What ingredients should I avoid in cosmetic products?

Gluten is only toxic to celiac patients and patients with dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) if ingested. Because gluten cannot be absorbed through the skin, the use of cosmetic and shampoos containing gluten has not been shown to be detrimental to patients with celiac disease or DH. However, we do recommend gluten-free lip products, hand lotions and other products that may end up near the mouth. And, in the case of children, a gluten-free shampoo would be wise.

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There're stages 1, 2, 3, 3a, 3b, and 3c when it comes to how far the disease has progressed...meaning how much damage it has done. I am at stage 3c. Maybe I worded it wrong. Sorry. Also, I live in Germany, so I don't see a US doctor for this. They may have a different way of "classifying" the damage that gluten has done to the body.

Thanks for the information! I am going to pick up Garnier today. Looked at it online and they have my color too, so that's great! :-)

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