Gluten Free Makeup List v3.0 is here!

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And here it is!  A little late, but here at last!

In this edition of the Gluten Free Makeup List, I’ve added a full page’s worth of info.  Bearing in mind that the list has been 3 pages long since the beginning, that’s quite an accomplishment!

If you’re already signed up for the Gluten Free Makeup List, you should already have it in your inbox!

If not, fill out the form above, or to the right with your name and email.  I have it set up that way so that whenever a new edition comes out, I can send it right to your inbox.  I never share your email with anyone, nor will I ever spam you myself.  Promise!

If there’s anything you’d like me to add to the list, or if you have a scathingly brilliant idea for it, spill it in the comments!  I’d love to hear your thoughts.

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When Afton discovered that the reason her eyes swelled and watered at random was due to gluten in her mascara, she went on a hunt for gluten free makeup. Upon finding that no accurate and up to date resources existed, she decided to make her own. Afton lives with her family, one big fuzzy dog and one small fuzzy dog. As a result she does a lot of vacuuming.

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  • Abby

    Hi! This list is great, thank you!

    Can you share more about the testing that Hugo Naturals does? I noticed that their hair gel says it is gluten free, and it also contains oats. I personally don’t eat oats, but I know that some people can. So, I’m just curious to know more about their testing procedures. Thanks!

    I’ve been going back and forth with Nars, I just sent another email to them, I’ll update you soon :)

    Cheers.

  • Abby

    Oops, should have checked the FAQ first:

    The only products that contain oats in our entire line are the Shea
    Butter & Oatmeal Bar Soap and the Oatmeal Mint Artisan-Bulk Soap.
    Both of these products have whole oats on the top surface that have been
    tested and certified gluten free. If your allergies are with wheat,
    the oats have not been cross contaminated. If you choose to incorporate
    oats, our soaps would be a good choice. The rest of our entire product
    line is soy, oat and gluten-free, as well as vegan. As a matter of
    fact, we are certified by the Celiac Sprue Association, or CSA, which is
    the largest celiac support organization in the United States.

    >>>
    Though I am still curious to know if you have any additional info from them about testing! Thank you :)

    • http://www.glutenfreemakeupgal.com/ The Gluten Free Makeup Gal

      Hello Abby!

      Hugo Naturals has the Celiac Sprue Association’s Recognition Seal, and all the info about that can be read at this page and all the sub-pages. http://www.csaceliacs.info/csa_recognition_seal.jsp

      From the page:
      “CSA Recognition Seal products are tested using the most sensitive ELISA test presently available in the United States. The R-Biopharm RIDASCREEN® Gliadin test has a lower limit of quantification of 5 parts per million. Products must test below the level of quantification of this test to qualify for the CSA Recognition Seal.”

      Cool, huh? :D

  • Me

    I’ve signed up but haven’t gotten the 3.0 list – I was just sent a list titled 2.0? Any idea what could have happened? I’m really excited at this resource! Thank you for all your hard work.

    • http://www.glutenfreemakeupgal.com/ The Gluten Free Makeup Gal

      Hmmm… Well, a while back I did realize I’d forgotten to change the number on list 3.0… It’s possible you somehow got that one. Oops! I’m sorry! I’ll email you the one with the “bugs” fixed.