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Today Aveda sent me this list of UNSAFE products:

GLUTEN REFERENCE GUIDE

These are the products Aveda manufactures containing gluten.

Please be aware, customers that are gluten sensitive may also be sensitive to trace amounts that may be in the processing,

packaging, or packing surface of a product.

Any customer that is gluten sensitive may want to consult a physician prior to use of the product.

REV. 12 April 2006

WHEAT

DISODIUM WHEAT GERMAMIDO PEG-2 SULFOSUCCINATE

CALMING LIQUID CLEANSER

ENERGIZING LIQUID CLEANSER

SHAMPURE SHAMPOO

WHEAT AMINO ACIDS (and) HYDROXYPROPYLTRIMONIUM WHEAT PROTEIN (and)

HYDROLYZED BRAZIL NUT PROTEIN

55% VOC FIRMATA

COLOR CONSERVE POST-COLOR TREATMENT (NOT LAUNCHED AS OF 4/12/05)

CONFIXOR

CURESSENCE CONDITIONER

CURESSENCE SHAMPOO

DAMAGE REMEDY EQULIZING SOLUTION

SHAMPURE CONDITIONER (+ Japan)

SHAMPURE SHAMPOO (+ Japan)

STYLING CURESSENCE

WHEAT AMINO ACIDS (and) HYDROLYZED BRAZIL NUT PROTEIN

COLOR CONSERVE POST-COLOR TREATMENT (NOT LAUNCHED AS OF 4/12/05)

CURESSENCE CONDITIONER

CURESSENCE SHAMPOO

SHAMPURE CONDITIONER

SHAMPURE SHAMPOO (+ Japan)

STYLING CURESSENCE

WHEAT AMINO ACIDS

BLACK MALVA SHAMPOO

BLUE MALVA SHAMPOO

CAMOMILE SHAMPOO

CLOVE SHAMPOO

ELIXIR

ELIXIR REMEDY

MADDER ROOT SHAMPOO

ROSEMARY MINT CONDITIONER

SAP MOSS CONDITIONER (+ Japan)

SAP MOSS NOURISHING CONCENTRATE

VOLUMIZING TONIC

Wheat Cont. STEARDIMONIUM HYDROXYPROPYL HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN

AIR CONTROL

ALL SENSITIVE SHAMPOO *DISCONTINUED

ANNATTO COLOR CONDITIONER

BIXA COLOR CONDITIONER

BLACK MALVA COLOR CONDITIONER

BLUE MALVA COLOR CONDITIONER

CAMOMILE COLOR CONDITIONER

CHERRY ALMOND BARK

CLOVE COLOR CONDITIONER

CUTICLE CONTROL

DAMAGE REMEDY STREGNTHENING AND REPARATIVE TREATMENT

DEEP PENETRATING HAIR REVITALIZER

ELIXIR REMEDY

MADDER ROOT COLOR CONDITIONER

PERSONAL BLENDS CONDITIONER

PURE ABUNDANCE VOLUMIZING HAIR SPRAY

SO MILD WAVING LOTION

STRONG WILLED WAVING LOTION

VOLUMIZING FINISHER *DISCONTINUED

VOLUMIZING TONIC

HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN

BE CURLY

ROSEMARY MINT HAND AND BODY CLEANSER

HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN/PVP CROSSPOLYMER

HANG STRAIGHT

HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN (and) HYDROLYZED WHEAT STARCH

ALL SENSITIVE CONDITIONER *DISCONTINUED

ANNATTO COLOR CONDITIONER

BIXA COLOR CONDITIONER

BLACK MALVA COLOR CONDITIONER

BLUE MALVA COLOR CONDITIONER

CAMOMILE COLOR CONDITIONER

CLOVE COLOR CONDITIONER

COLOR CONSERVE CONDITIONER JAPAN only

CONTROL TAPE

DAMAGE REMEDY EQUILIZING SOLUTION

DAMAGE REMEDY STRENGTHENING AND REPARATIVE TREATMENT

DANDRUFF REMEDY *DISCONTINUED

ELIXIR REMEDY

MADDER ROOT COLOR CONDITIONER

PERSONAL BLENDS CONDITIONER

PURE ABUNDANCE CLAY CONDITIONER

PURE ABUNDANCE SHAMPOO

Wheat Cont. HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN (and) HYDROLYZED WHEAT STARCH

PUREFUME BRILLIANT DAMAGE CONTROL

PUREFUME BRILLIANT RETEXTURING GEL

SAP MOSS CONDITIONING DETANGLER

SAP MOSS NOURISHING CONCENTRATE

SAP MOSS STYLING SPRAY

SCALP REMEDY

HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN PG-PROPYL SILANETRIOL

COLOR CONSERVE CONDITIONER

COLOR CONSERVE FOAM LEAVE-IN CONDITIONER

HANG STRAIGHT

LIGHT ELEMENTS REVIVING MIST

PUREFUME BRILLIANT RETEXTURING GEL

SHAMPURE CONDITIONER ( + Japan)

WHEAT GERM GLYCERIDES

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO BALANCED BURGUNDY

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO BOMBAY PURPLE

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO CHAI

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO CHAOTIC COPPER

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO GOLD AWAKENING

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO GREEN TEA

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO HERBAN PLUM

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO INDIGENOUS BROWN

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO JILABI GOLD

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO LUNAR WHITE

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO NEUTRAL EXPERIENCE

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO OSLO SHEEN

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO SOLAR WHITE

ONECOLOR PLUS TWO SUMATRA

WHEAT GERM EXTRACT

BLUE GEL BALANCING MASSAGE BLEND

ALL - COOLING CALMING COLOR *DISCONTINUED

ALL - COOLING CALMING COVER *DISCONTINUED

TOURMALINE CHARGED HYDRATING CR

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