Green And Gluten Free
If you have Celiac Disease, gluten free cosmetics are a must, especially in the case of lipstick and similar products. Lucky, many cosmetic companies are becoming hip to this and are eliminating gluten from their products. Some are labeling, others are providing lists of gluten free products and many are excluding it from all their products. BTW, not even vitamin E is gluten free anytime it’s derived from a wheat source. Check for “wheat germ oil”. I have been asked often for green gluten free products. Here I have compiled a list of chemically safe cosmetic companies that I love that have gluten free products.
Most of their products are gluten free. One common ingredient that contains gluten is Vitamin E. But the Vitamin E they use is gluten free because it’s derived from cold pressing rice bran.
This is a 100% gluten free cosmetic company. A woman whose family struggles with gluten intolerance started the company. She is dedicated to maintaining a completely gluten free line.
Not everything they offer is not gluten free. However, but a lot of it is and they have a labeling format in place. Any ingredient could possibly contain or be contaminated by gluten is clearly labeled with the source (like “wheat” or “oats”).
This is a “gluten free, allergen free, nut free and cruelty free”. This company is dedicated to remaining allergy free and suggests emailing them with any allergy concerns.
Eccobella creates beauty products which are natural and free from synthetic, unnatural additives and in addition to being gluten-free cosmetics, the all-natural beauty products are organic and cruelty free products.
Gabriel Organics uses 100% natural ingredients – plant oils, extracts from the sea, botanicals and never any harsh ingredients, or artificial preservatives, fragrances or colors. Their products are non-allergenic, fragrance-free, gluten free & vegan.
HUGO Naturals products are never tested on animals, are gluten free and made from sustainable sources that are pure and natural. They are also free of petrochemicals, animal fats, paragons, silicones, formaldehyde, hydroquinone, phthalates, propylene glycol, and synthetic surfactants.
Jane Iredale Most of Jane Iredales products are gluten free. However, their website does not contain a list of gluten free products so you will have to check the ingredients of each product. They do have a list of products that are not vegan.
Juice Beauty products are 100% gluten free. The one product that has gluten free oats is the Hydrating Mist but it comes from a gluten free source.
All Lavera and LAVERÉ products are 100% free of gliadin and are safe for customers with Celiac disease and wheat allergies. While a few products do contain wheat germ, it has been specially treated (denatured) to remove gliadin, and is completely safe. In essence, by removing gliadin, wheat germ can be considered “ gluten-free.
This company has a line of gluten free lip and nail products. Many products are also vegan. Here is a list of ingredients and omitted ingredient’s.
Their products are formulated gluten-free, and now they are calling it out on their packaging. (seed) is a line of all natural body care developed for people seeking new, high performance body care options for Health Related reasons – including allergies.
The all-natural ingredients will help keep your skin free from breakouts. All products are gluten Free & Vegan.