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Gluten Free Mousse For Hair

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I wear my hair short and the top is spiked. I have to put mousse in my hair and the mousse I have been using has gluten in it. I just found out today, which certainly explains the itching I have been having on my scalp. Because I thought that might be the problem, I did not use any while I had shingles on my head and face for several months. When that healed, I went back to the mousse. Does anyone know of any that is a good product and does not have gluten in it. I really get tired of wearing baseball caps and would prefer to itch LOL. It is called vanity!

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I use Giovanni products. I think (could be wrong) they have a mouse or gel. I buy at Ulta. You can buy online too.

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I am sorry everyone, but I need an answer to my question and so I am bumping this back up.

We have over 29,000 members. Someone must be using a gluten free mousse. I don't need a gluten free jell, but a mousse. I have emailed Giovanni, like a member mentioned and I have not heard back. I called Ultra and they don't know. I have called Avon and no answer there.

I am hoping someone is using something that is gluten free that can be bought at Walgreen's or can be ordered online. Maybe someone else knows the name of a gluten free hairspray that is good.

I would change my hair style, but that is no longer an option. My hair is super fine and I have lost over half of my hair, because of the diagnosis of celiac being so delayed for years. If I wear my gray hair short and spiky, then I can hide how little of my hair is left.

So, I really hope someone knows of a mousse and maybe hairspray.

Thanks a bunch.

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Hi Metta--I'm just seeing this now.....

I normally use their smoothing milk, but I have used an aerosol mousse from Garnier. I've found that a lot of their hair products are gluten-free, and the people who answer the phone at the 800# are nice and happy to look up the gluten status. :)

I just called them for you--the XXL Volume Thickening Mousse is gluten-free. I spoke to Irene @ Garnier--800-442-7643.

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Thank you so much, Patty. I called them and they said I can get this at Walmart. You always come through for me. Many Hugs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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