Gluten Free Face Wash

​​​I’m a huge fan of great skin care. Since gluten irritates my skin, especially my eyes, I rock out topical gluten free products. So, if you react topically to gluten, live with the topical form of Celiac (dermatitis herpetiformis), or don’t want to accidentally ingest gluten via topical products, this list is all you.

​Gluten Free Face Moisturizers:

Himalaya​ Botanique: This gluten free face wash is for normal to dry skin. It’s also SLS free, fragrance free and paraben free.  I have found this natural and organic line hanging out on shelves in health food stores.

​​​100% Pure: This gluten free line is also free synthetic chemicals, chemical preservatives and artificial fragrances. This line is sold at Walgreens as well as many local health food stores.

​​​​Neutrogena® Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser: This Face wash is gluten free and can be found at Walgreens, Walmarts, K-marts, anywhere!

​​​​​Olay Foaming Face Wash for Normal Skin: This face wash is for normal type skin, oil free and fragrance free too. Olay maintains that if wheat is added to any face wash, it will be clearly labeled. She did warn to stay away from any product with “fragrances,” as trace amounts of gluten may be present.

Aveeno Ultra-Calming Foaming Cleanser​According to the Olay Rep, this face wash is gluten free and can be found at any Walgreens, CVS, etc.​

Clean and Clear Deep Action Cream Cleanser Sensitive Skin: This gluten free cleanser can be found almost anywhere and is for those with sensitive skin.

Burt’s Bees ​Radiance Facial Cleanser: Burt’s Bee’s maintains that if any gluten is added to their products, it will be clearly labelled, no guessing. I dig that. Also, these face cleansing products are only around $8-$10.

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