"Everything has to come to an end, sometime."
L. Frank Baum, The Marvelous Land of Oz
It's the final quarter and the Gluten Free Makeup List, 2014 Edition is over.
*cue dramatic piano music*
Of course it's not actually the end of the list forever. We'll be back beginning of 2015. It just sounds more dramatic if you say "THE END".
Seriously though, another year has galloped by and now it's almost over. I did a double take when I realized that this is the fourth and final quarter of the year. This list marks the end of 3 years of the Gluten Free Makeup List. Crazy, huh?
Despite it being a notable list update for history's sake, in practice, it's actually quite a tame update. Again we have no big upsets (thank God), but nor do we have any earth-shattering news.
Instead of all that, we have an unintentional emphasis on natural deodorant companies this update. We could call it the "naturally stink-less update". Wouldn't that be a great way to tweet this out to your followers.
Grab your AMAZING copy of "The Naturally Stink-less Gluten Free Makeup List" update! The final update of 2014!
Do it. I dare 'ya.
It works out though, because winter is a great time to transition to natural deodorants. The detox stage is a little less intense if you're not sweating buckets. So if you've been hemming and hawing about making the switch, now would be a good time to take the plunge.
Without further ado, the updates!
- Gluten-Free Savonnerie- Soaps! They have every kind of soap you can imagine. Never tried them, but have heard from many of y'all how much you love them.
- Greenbody- Natural deodorants that don't all depend on baking soda. Vegan and with tons of lovely essential oils, this is probably a great company to try if natural deodorants keep irritating your skin.
- Primal Pit Paste- A sturdy, baking soda based, natural deodorant that works even in 96° Texas, 73% humidity, sweat-drenching weather. I know because I've tried it. The review is coming soon. 😉
- Techniche- Anti-aging skin care that has been "designed specifically for the short- and long-term care of sensitive skin". Never tried it, but they have some interesting looking products. Molecular Rice Mask, anyone?
We do have one removal that I'm really sad about...
Buddha Brand has apparently gone out of business.
If you have any left, don't worry, it's still fine. If you run across leftovers in a store, GRAB THEM ALL. But they are no longer selling or making them, so they have been removed from the list.
That does it for the final list of 2014!
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