Gluten Free Eye Cream
Before I went gluten free, I couldn’t figure out why most eye creams burned my eyes like fire ants. However, since gluten is a binding and thickening agent, it’s found in tons of eye creams. So in hindsight, I know that I was reacting to the gluten in the creams. Not everyone reacts topically to gluten or chooses to use topical gluten free products and I totally respect that. For me, however, I use topical gluten free products because I react to them and I also don’t want to accidentally ingest them. Not too likely with an eye cream, lol, but with shampoos etc, much more likely. So it’s a personal choice for that gives me a little more peace. And on this gluten free journey, I’ll take all the peace I can get. Sooooo, this gluten free eye cream list is for those who: react topically to gluten, have the topical form of Celiac Disease (Dermatitis Herpetiformis) or for those who don’t want gluten within a 10 mile radius of them.
Garnier Nutrioniste Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream: This gluten free eye cream can be found almost anywhere: target, Walgreens, CVS, etc.
RoC Retinol Correxion Anti-Aging Eye Cream: The rep shared they cannot claim any grantees when it comes to cross-contamination ,this product has no gluten added. You can find this any Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, etc.
Lancome Absolue Eye Premium Replenishing Eye Cream: This eye cream is for eyes that have had a lot fo sun or environmental exposure.
Estee Lauder Resilience Lift: The rep cannot guarantee that cross-contamination won’t occur, but no gluten has been added directly to the product.
Origins Ginzing Refreshing Eye Cream: This cream is for depuffing and brightening the eyes. Great if you have under eye circles or bags from sleepless nights! Dramatically has made a difference.
Origins Plantscription Eye Cream: This is an anti-aging eye cream. Although cross-contamination can’t be guaranteed, there is no gluten added to this repairing eye cream.