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  1. Hi, I have been using makeup for about a year now. I was officially diagnosed with a gluten sensitivity about 6 months ago, though I have been avoiding gluten for about 4 years. I am having trouble finding safe, affordable makeup. I have been using mainly ELF and Rimmel, but I want to branch off into some more brands. I have been trying to research about L'Oreal, CoverGirl, and Maybelline, but I have come up empty handed as every site says something different. I specifically would like to find more foundations and concealer, though verifying the safety of a brand would suffice as well. I am currently recovering from an allergic reaction, I used a concealer that has made my face extremely red and dry -- my skin is almost pealing like after a sunburn. Please help me find more safe makeup brands.
  2. Celiac.com 08/02/2018 - For those who’ve been craving a juicy gluten-free social media story, crave no longer. None other than Kylie Jenner, younger sister to Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, has stepped up to oblige by labeling one of the shades of her eye shadow collection “Gluten Free.” It’s true, you can Google it. In case you, like me, have been out of the Kardashian loop lately, Kylie has most recently hitched her star to the growing makeup empire of sister Kourtney, after working with Kim and Khloe on their makeup lines. It seems that Kylie decided that one of the colors in their eye shadow palette was just begging to be called “Gluten Free.” Cue the reaction. Meanwhile, on Twitter some celiac folk thought it was hilarious, others less than funny. @paytoncalder tweeted: The fact that Kylie Jenner actually named a shade "gluten free" makes me cringe so hard. @business_poodle tweeted: Kylie Jenner is rly selling an eyeshadow called “gluten-free” and I’m working minimum wage????? For her own part, Kourtney explained on her app (who knew?) how she came to, embrace a gluten-free diet: “I have noticed a great positive change in behavior with my children when we stick to a gluten-free and dairy-free diet. I don’t think everyone needs to eat this way but we had muscle testing done, which showed we all have sensitivities to corn, gluten and dairy.” Between welcoming daughter Stormi Webster in February, Kylie and doing things like attending Coachella, Kylie has been busy as she looks to burnish her own makeup credentials. So, is Kylie’s eye shadow actually gluten-free? Let’s hope so, otherwise we’ll be back with more about this delicious, if un-nutritious story. Meantime, for more on this zany story de jour, Google it, or check your Twitter.
  3. Does anyone know if Kat Von D Foiled Love Lipstick is gluten free? -Natural Seed Oil (Castor): Acts an emollient and moisturizer. -Hydrogenated Polydecene: Emollient and contributes to long-wearing effect. -Vitamins A, C, and E: Provide antioxidant and antiaging properties. Those are the ingredients...I do not know if Vitamin E would be made from wheat or soy, has anyone else had problems with this lipstick? Thank you!
  4. I have been doing a lot of research and trial/error on finding the right products and food. It’s been 1 year since my diagnosis and it hasn’t been easy but definitely found my way. Anyway...the main reason I’m making this post is because I need to find a way to make companies aware of making gluten free products. I see too many of them are using shared equipment and it’s frustating!!!!! Thats like....giving something that is peanut free to a child but made in a facility where peanuts are all over the place. Why would they emphasize gluten free when it is not. I really wanna push companies to providing a separate room or building to manufacture their products. If they have the money, why not spend it knowing consumers such as myself would purchase it especially if it is gluten free?! Any ideas?
  5. Hello everyone! I am wondering if anyone knows if Essie nail polish is gluten free?? I contacted the company but didn't hear back I have also tried googling it but didn't find anything. I am currently getting cross contamination somewhere and have a breakout of DH but can't figure out what is causing it so this is my next test to see if it could be the nail polish. Thank you for any help you can give me!!!
  6. Pop Sugar published an article today called "Please Stop Asking For Organic and Gluten-Free Makeup." The link is below. The author claims that people with Celiac do not need gluten-free makeup unless, in her words, "you intend to drink your foundation." What do you think of articles like this? https://www.popsugar.com/beauty/Why-You-Dont-Want-Organic-Makeup-43262535#comments
  7. I was diagnosed in October and am still having a hard time finding good beauty/ personal care products. What are some of your favorite products that you use?
  8. I am desperately searching for Celiac friendly makeup. I'm not just talking about gluten free, I'm talking about gluten free AND cross-reactive foods free as well; this includes: wheat, barely, rye, oats, corn, soy, rice, milk, potato, egg, yeast, spelt, coffee, sesame, buckwheat, sorghum, millet, hemp, amaranth, quinoa, tapioca, & teff. I am severely sensitive and anything that contains these items makes me extremely ill. I have searched far and wide. I have tried ELF, made me extremely sick, come to find out that glycerine is derived from soy. Has anyone tried Dermablend creme? It doesn't contain any of these that i could find but, I would like to hear from others that are very sensitive that have tried it. Thanks for reading and your replies.
  9. I stopped by the Smashbox counter just before Christmas to find a new festive lip color. The woman at the counter boasted that they just unveiled 25 new lipstick colors. I was thrilled as Smashbox's selection of colors has been limited for years. I immediately asked if the new colors were gluten-free. She assured me that they were. Being in a bit of a hurry, I did not read the tiny print of ingredients on the side of the box. I quickly applied my new festive red, and set off for my holiday party. I will spare you the details, but after 2 days of gluten related symptoms, (over Christmas), I finally read the tiny print of ingredients on the side of my new lipstick box. Half way down the side of the box was the ingredient WHEAT GERM!!! That explained a lot! Furious, I called the Smashbox counter that I purchased my new beautiful red lipstick from. The manager happened to answer. Even she claimed that all of their lipstick was gluten-free. I told her to read the ingredients, and sure enough, wheat germ listed on each one! I told her how disappointed I was that nobody at their counter new the formulation had changed, and they needed to stop assuring their customers that their lipstick was gluten-free!
  10. This is my first post, so please forgive me if I'm in the wrong spot. I've searched extensively and have not been able to find and answer so I'm hopeful that this isn't a repeat question! I was diagnosed with Celiac seven years ago and have been careful to stick to my gluten-free diet throughout that time. My symptoms at the time of diagnosis were all stomach/gastro related, and I had bouts of skin problems growing up as well. I am lucky to have minimal gastro issues now, but the past 12-18 months I've been suffering from a lot of mental health & skin issues. I have been on and off antidepressants in the past, so I never really considered the two could be related until a few months ago, when I was given a gluten filled roll by mistake. I was so depressed I couldn't get out of bed or stop crying and it set off a lightbulb for me. I've ALWAYS been plagued by the brain fog which I attritbuted to too much/too little sleep. I have also been struggling with a reocurring patchy rash/eczema type thing on my lips and chin. I have been extremely careful lately, using only gluten free lotions, shampoo, facewash, toothpaste, etc. I have been feeling a lot better and the rash was going away until this morning. I tried to think of what I did yesterday differently and there are two possibilities. 1. I took my generic klonopin. It's called Clonazepam and the manufacturer is Teva Generics. I can't find it on any gluten free lists, and on their website they so helpfully guide patients to not take the drug if they are allergic to any ingredients, but don't list the actual ingredients. Perfect. I tried to call, but since it's the hoildays their office has been closed. Has anyone had any experience with this particular make? 2. I wore a little bit of makeup yesterday. I have thoroughly checked all of my makeup and gotten rid of anything obvious (the mascara I've been using for YEARS has wheat in it. Whoops.) but most of my makeup does have tocopheryl acetate which I'm learning COULD be an issue. I am using Laura Mercier tinted moisturizer and Tarte concealer. I've read conflicting reviews online (Tarte is gluten free! No, it's not! Etc.) Honestly, I'm at a complete loss. My pharmacy knows I have Celiac and I often ask about gluten content in medications when they're knew so I'm going to be really pissed if they're just ignoring this while dolling out drugs. I'm also very into makeup, and having to switch to entirely all natural brands is going to be really depressing for me, and I'd love to avoid it if possible. So basically this is a long winded rant/complaint combined with a question: does anyone have any insight on gluten in generic Clonazepam and or/ the two makeup items listed above? Thank you so much in advance.
  11. I have done a ton of research in the 3-4 weeks since diagnosis. I have a clear understanding of the seriousness of ingesting gluten and how the smallest amount can cause major problems for my body. What I don't really get though is the issues with topical products like lotions etc. Can someone give me a clear explanation about this? Also, for topical products, should I be aware of certain ingredient names that I may not recognize as a gluten containing product? Thank you, this all seems so daunting!
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