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  1. I am recently diagnosed with Celiac and I have used the Big Sexy Curly shampoo and conditioner for the last three years. I was happy that it had "gluten free" in big bold letters on the front... only to turn it over and see "hydrolyzed wheat protein" in the ingredients! The FAQ on the website says: "Sexy Hair’s products may contain Ethyltrimonim Chloride Methacrylate/Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein Copolymer. During the manufacturing process, the wheat starch is converted to wheat protein, which results in the removal of the gluten. All formulas have been tested to show less than detectable levels of gluten." Can anyone explain this to me? Is this akin to Omission once being labeled as gluten free beer and now it has to be labeled "crafted to remove gluten" and turns out it isn't safe for Celiacs?
  2. I have recently heard that John Frieda Go Blonder shampoo and bed head dumb blonde are gluten free. Is this true? Has anyone used these products and have they been safe?
  3. 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?
  4. Hello I'm new on this site and haven't been to the doctor yet to get tested for celiac disease. But I have a question for you: Do any of you get (something that to me looks like) acne on your skin when you use a product (for example shampoo, conditioner, skin care etc.) that contains gluten? I used a shampoo for 10 years (it had Behenoyl PG-Trimonium Chloride) and had acne on my back because of it. After that I switched to a sulfate free shampoo and conditioner because I thought that the sulfates might be the reason for my break out. It wasn't. The new conditioner broke me out too (it contained hydrolyzed wheat protein). I can't find something else the products had in common except for gluten. I got interested in no poo shampoo and stopped using shampoo's from the store. The skin on my back got clear within two months by using literally nothing. I still have acne on my face and is about to switch out all my products to more natural alternatives that I know my skin likes. Have any of you experienced something like that? Because I'm thinking that maybe my acne isn't "acne" but just sort of looks like it.
  5. Celiac.com 04/09/2013 - A legislator in Missouri, Rep. Vicky Englund is pushing a bill that requires manufacturers and wholesalers of hygiene products like shampoo and conditioner to clearly state on the product label whether or not the product contains gluten. According to CBS St. Louis, Rep. Englund was moved to act after hearing from a constituent who suffers from gluten intolerance. The woman had got gluten "out of her diet completely, but was still very ill and almost died,” Englund said. After considerable detective work, the woman eventually discovered that her shampoo contained gluten. A study by the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center and another by George Washington University show that many commercial health and beauty products contain gluten. The latter study, done in 2012 showed that people gluten sensitivity could react negative reactions to ingredients such as the wheat germ oil often used to produce Vitamin E. Englund’s bill is currently pending before the state’s House Health Care Policy Committee. What do you think? Is this a good idea? Let us know what you think about mandating gluten status on shampoo and conditioner labels by sharing your comments below.
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