I’ve got some BIG NEWS in this update of the Gluten-Free Makeup List. One of the infamously “not safe” companies to have an entire article on this website dedicated to them is now SAFE. And they’re on this edition of the list.
So first, let’s reiterate the new way the list is split up. We have the makeups for extremely sensitive folk, where the products and the facility are all gluten-free. Then we have the makeups for the less sensitive folk where no gluten ingredients are used, but there may be contamination in the facility. Pick whichever category fits you best and roll from there.
- Scotch Naturals
- Sensible Organics
- Eve Organics
- Nourish Organics
Nothing is wrong with these companies. However, they have all apparently gone out of business.
YES. Arbonne, which once upon a time was super sketch about the gluten thing, is now certified gluten-free. Everything about them is as safe as possible. Which of course means I need to write a new review of them. Stay tuned for that. 😉
Juice Beauty (skincare and Phyto-Pigments)
Juice Beauty has some certified gluten-free products. Check out any of their skincare and Phtyo-Pigments makeup. Stick to those and you’ll be golden. Be careful with or avoid everything else of theirs
Brand new company to me, but they have STELLAR gluten-free policies. Lovely looking skincare products, all natural and simply effective.
This cult classic is indeed gluten-free. Had a long back and forth with them about it and they were super helpful. I was a bit wary of them at first, thanks to their joke about “we don’t recommend eating our product” on their FAQ entry about gluten. But despite that, they do take being gluten-free very seriously.
Another new company to me, this company has everything from body care, skin care to makeup. Everything is natural and made from herbs and minerals. A cool small company with awesome gluten-free policies.
This is my current personal favorite makeup out of this added list. It’s Carol Kicinski’s gluten-free mineral makeup line. It’s amazing, y’all. Review coming soon. But I keep reaching for it over and over again because it’s just SUCH a good basic makeup.
- Fenty Beauty
- Inika Organics
- 100% Pure (EXCEPT 2 products)
- Clé de Peau Beauté
- Thrive Causemetics
I have no personal experience with any of these less sensitive brands. I will say Thrive Causemetics is well on it’s way to becoming a brand safe enough to be considered good for extremely sensitive folk. 100% Pure has been selling to the gluten-free world for a long time. They work if you only stick to the products they specifically call gluten-free.