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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Are there specific moisturizer creams like Vaseline Intensive care that are better than others, or unsafe due to wheat content? Also what does anyone know about Oil of Olay moisturizing body wash?

My son has been coming out of the tub, really quite red, (no, it is NOT from the water temperature being too warm). We heat with wood and the air/environment in our house is quite dry and tough on delicate sensitive skin. I personally use Olay body wash to keep my own skin moist enough to not itch, however I think this may be causing a problem for my son.

His skin seems quite dry at times, especially after an accidental wheat ingestion and reaction, so I am unsure of what to turn to, to use for him.

Any suggestions you may have would be appreciated.

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I would suggest using dove body wash instead. Oil of Olay won't guarantee that their products are gluten free and have even suggested trying them even if there is a trace of gluten, which I think is an extremely irresponsible response to an inquiry. Dove body wash is supposed to be gluten free and is very moisturizing.

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I just received a list from Neutrogena that includes their body wash as gluten free.

They are delighed to share it with you in Excel format.

It's a read only file, so I can't copy it...sorry.

Just go to their website and jot off an email. They replied in less than three hours.

Carol Ann

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Here it is...I have a geek learning curve..

Neutrogena Gluten Free (Wheat Free)

Updated 01/15/03

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

Clean Conditioners- All

Clean For Color- Color Defending Foam

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 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 UVA/UVB Block SPF 30 + / SPF 45

Healthy Scalp Shampoo

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Anti Blemish Cleanser

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Anti Blemish Cream

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Cream

Healthy Skin Cream Powder Makeup SPF 20

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

Instant Lip Remedy

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 Remover Cleansing Towelettes

Maximum Strength Oil Controlling Pads

Moisture Boosting Body Wash

Moisture for Sensitive Skin

Moisture SPF 15

Moisture SPF 15 Sheer Tint

MoistureShine Lip Gloss

New Hands

Oil Free Acne Mask/ Scrub

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 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

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 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

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 Moisture Makeup

Visibly Firm Night Cream

Visibly Younger Hand Cream

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Here it is...I have a geek learning curve..

Neutrogena Gluten Free (Wheat Free)

Updated 01/15/03

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

Clean Conditioners- All

Clean For Color- Color Defending Foam

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 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 UVA/UVB Block SPF 30 + / SPF 45

Healthy Scalp Shampoo

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Anti Blemish Cleanser

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Anti Blemish Cream

Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Cream

Healthy Skin Cream Powder Makeup SPF 20

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

Instant Lip Remedy

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 Remover Cleansing Towelettes

Maximum Strength Oil Controlling Pads

Moisture Boosting Body Wash

Moisture for Sensitive Skin

Moisture SPF 15

Moisture SPF 15 Sheer Tint

MoistureShine Lip Gloss

New Hands

Oil Free Acne Mask/ Scrub

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 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

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 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

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 Moisture Makeup

Visibly Firm Night Cream

Visibly Younger Hand Cream

Okay what I don't understand is if some of these products say they have Tocopherol or Tocopheryl, or Vitamin E, can I trust it? So many products have it and I have tried calling companies, but I have so many questions! I called Trader Joe's about their Vitamin E oil, because in parenthesis it says Vitamin E (DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate or D-alpha tocopherol), and the lady said the oil does not contain wheat or gluten, because it also has soybean and coconut oil. What?? Please help! I read about DL- and D-alpha means it's a more synthetic and cheap form of it, but ???

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Tocopherol can be derived from almost any plant. It can come from wheat, but even if it does the Canadian Celiac Association declares tocopherol to be so highly processed that it is not a concern to us. I respect their finding, but your opinion may be different. Go with what you are comfortable with. I don't worry about tocopherol.

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I am new to gluten-free, but I assume with health and beauty products, a big thing to watch out for is oats. Oats are in (almost?) all of the Aveeno products, and it's a pretty common ingredient in products for sensitive skin, for it's soothing properties (for people who don't react to oats!). It would be listed clearly on the ingredients.

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I am new to gluten-free, but I assume with health and beauty products, a big thing to watch out for is oats. Oats are in (almost?) all of the Aveeno products, and it's a pretty common ingredient in products for sensitive skin, for it's soothing properties (for people who don't react to oats!). It would be listed clearly on the ingredients.

Hi, the root of the word "AVEENO" means oat. That's why Aveeno specializes in oat-based body products.

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