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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Along with gluten, I am finally starting to realize that it may be soy that is also bothering me. I use Burt's Bees lip balm and see it has soy. Big bummer since I like Burt's Bees. I want to go completely soy free for a while to see if my symptoms clear up. My issues have been going on for over a year, so I'd really like to figure out what's bothering me.

I am totally addicted to lip balm and need a soy free (and gluten-free) replacement. I prefer the natural stuff rather than something with a list full of chemicals. Does anyone have any lip balm suggestions for me?

Thanks!

Karen

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Check out 100% pure-- it may be mopre liquid than you are used to.

Also, there is always carmex. But carmex is a petroleum base. Still, it is the best one out there for me.

Good luck!

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I've been using Badger Balm for years--they have lots of different moisturizing products, and their lip balm is some of the best I've used. Soy free and mostly organic.

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Thanks for the replies. I will be on the lookout for all of these, but will start with the Badger brand since I can get that locally at Wegman's. It looks like there are several flavors from which to choose. Thanks again. Here's to hoping a lip balm switch can make a difference.

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I keep a little container with coconut oil in it. It works soooo well!

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