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Does hairspray contain gluten? If so, are there any gluten free hairsprays out there? I keep devoloping a rash, almost like eczema ( spelling?) around my hairline where I spray, so not sure if it's because of my hairspray which is Garnier Fructis anti humidity spray.

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Does hairspray contain gluten? If so, are there any gluten free hairsprays out there? I keep devoloping a rash, almost like eczema ( spelling?) around my hairline where I spray, so not sure if it's because of my hairspray which is Garnier Fructis anti humidity spray.

I don't know if you'll like hearing this or not, but I ended up giving up on hairspray (tried a bunch of brands), and ended up having my hair cut short. I get so many compliments on my hair now that it's short, and it's so quick and easy to wash and style without product. Last weekend I went through my bathroom and ditched all the hairsprays and gels and other stuff with hydrolized vegetable protein. I don't think I spelled that correctly. My eyes don't water as much and my sinuses seem to have improved too. I ultimatly ditched hair spray, but you came to the right place to get advice, maybe you'll get the right answer.

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I honestly don't know if hairspray contains gluten because I don't use hairspray, however, I use gluten free everything at my house and like the Live Clean line. All of their products are gluten free. Unfortunately if you are in the U.S. I'm not sure if they are available there as I am in Canada. Here's their website perhaps you could contact them. They do make a gluten free hair spray, among other things. http://www.live-clean.com/ :)

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The Finesse clean line does make gluten-free hairspray (it is labelled) available in the US! I don't use hairspray, but I received it as a gift just because my mother say it on the label! She bought it at Rite Aid but has also seen it at Walgreens and a few grocery stores. I bet you could find it online too!

I honestly don't know if hairspray contains gluten because I don't use hairspray, however, I use gluten free everything at my house and like the Live Clean line. All of their products are gluten free. Unfortunately if you are in the U.S. I'm not sure if they are available there as I am in Canada. Here's their website perhaps you could contact them. They do make a gluten free hair spray, among other things. http://www.live-clean.com/ :)

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