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So before i went gluten-free I used and loved pantene.

About a year ago they could not confirm anything on their products.

When I called about a month ago, they said that they will list any gluten on the bottles, EXCEPT for the fragrance, because it is outsourced.

Here is my question would they have gluten in a fragrance??

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Hey moongirl --

I use Pantene Conditioner with no problems -- on the flip side I accidentally used Aveeno products before (they DO contain gluten, and it says so right on the label, oops) and had a really bad reaction to it - never using Aveeno again.. But Pantene is OK for me.

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I use Pantene with no problems. I have started adding two drops of tea tree oil to the shampoo in my hand, and my dandruff and itch problems cleared up, too.

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Hey moongirl --

I use Pantene Conditioner with no problems -- on the flip side I accidentally used Aveeno products before (they DO contain gluten, and it says so right on the label, oops) and had a really bad reaction to it - never using Aveeno again.. But Pantene is OK for me.

That's a relief. I like the Pantene range and it works for my hair too. Thanks for the tip.

Marcus.

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I ran out of Pantene and replaced it with an Avalon organics conditioner. I've been feeling worse and worse. This weekend I finally nailed down that it is the conditioner making me sick. I'm going back to Pantene!

If anyone has any good organic, gluten-free conditioners for hair in need of lots of detangling, de-frizzing moisture, let me know!! I'd like to stop putting all the artificial crap into the water supply, but can't find an organic conditioner that doesn't either make me sick or dry my hair out.

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I ran out of Pantene and replaced it with an Avalon organics conditioner. I've been feeling worse and worse. This weekend I finally nailed down that it is the conditioner making me sick. I'm going back to Pantene!

If anyone has any good organic, gluten-free conditioners for hair in need of lots of detangling, de-frizzing moisture, let me know!! I'd like to stop putting all the artificial crap into the water supply, but can't find an organic conditioner that doesn't either make me sick or dry my hair out.

Last time I checked a lot of the Giovanni organic shampoos and conditioners were fine. I have used the Smooth as Silk conditioner which has been great for my frizzies in the summer. They have recently come out with skin care products also but I haven't tried those.

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what kind of reaction did you get from the Aveeno products??.....yesterday i was given a new cream they have out...should i or shouldnt i use it???.......and....pantene has worked well for too...thank god!!!!

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I also really like Pantene. (Currently Pro-V Curls Conditioner.) Can anyone give me a current status on use and reactions? Thanks!

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I switched from Nature's Gate Awapuhi shampoo and conditioner to Pantene Pro-V Flat to Volume shampoo and conditioner. Though I love the smell and the way it leaves my hair, the rash on my forehead is back. It's brightest right out of the shower. So I'm going back to NG Awapuhi. I experienced this once before when I switched from NG Awapuhi to the NG that contains Pomegranate, which turned out to have gluten. I don't see anything on the Pantene bottle that states it has gluten, so it should be interesting to see if the change will make the rash go away.

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