Did you know that up to 60% of anything that you put on your skin is eventually absorbed into your body?
- Do You Need A Gluten Free Shampoo And Conditioner?
- For example, Dr. Kenneth Fine, M.D. of EnteroLab.com, states:
- What To Tell Your Hairstylist
- The Gluten Free Shampoo That I Use
- Dove Damage Therapy Intensive Repair Shampoo Gluten Test
- Here’s A Up To Date Gluten Free Shampoo List
- List Of Ingredients That Contain Gluten In Non-Food Products Like Shampoo And Conditioner
- Do You Use a Gluten Free Shampoo and Conditioner?
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It is impossible to ignore that what goes on your body also goes in your body.
Do You Need A Gluten Free Shampoo And Conditioner?
More and more doctors are recommending for Celiac and gluten sensitive patients to follow a 100% gluten free lifestyle, not just a gluten free diet.
Ever since I switched to a gluten free shampoo my scalp feels healthier. I no longer suffer from embarrassing dry scalp and dandruff “snow” that plagued me for years.
Furthermore, I have read hundreds of stories from people with Celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity that shows gluten based products that go on the skin such as cosmetics, lotions, soaps, shampoo and conditioner can cause symptoms associated with Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
The truth is many doctors do not only recommend treating Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity with a diet but choose to treat the whole body to relieve all symptoms.
For example, Dr. Kenneth Fine, M.D. of EnteroLab.com, states:
Gluten sensitivity is a systemic immune reaction to gluten and anywhere in the body, not just that entering the body via the gut. Therefore, topically applied lotions, creams, shampoos, etc. containing gluten would indeed provide a source of gluten to the body, and we therefore recommend all such products be discontinued for optimal health.
The bottom line is to eliminate any possibility of gluten entering your body, remove gluten from your diet and remove the non-food products that contain gluten.
Just imagine you’re lathering your hair with shampoo and a tiny bit of the soap gets in your mouth while you rinse, bam! you’ve just been glutened. Why not just use gluten free shampoo?
What To Tell Your Hairstylist
Chances are you’ve been with your hairstylist for more than a few years. Cristina (my stylist) has been cleaning me up for over 6 years and she’s become one of my good friends. I think most people would consider their hairstylist a friend. Which is why you should feel comfortable telling her that you need to use gluten free products on your hair.
When I told my hairstylist that I was gluten free she gave me a little info on the gluten free shampoo that she carries. Apparently she has quite a few clients that are gluten free.
Now whenever I book an appointment she knows only to use gluten free shampoo and conditioner to wash my hair. Don’t be afraid to speak up, I’m sure your hairstylist cares about you and wants you to have the best experience possible.
The Gluten Free Shampoo That I Use
My scalp and skin in general is quite sensitive and I’m not sure if it’s because of past use of a gluten soap, lotion, or shampoo but I’m happy with the kirkland brand shampoo. It’s not expensive, smells good, it’s gluten free, and it doesn’t make my scalp break out, plus the pump bottle makes it easy to use.
I tested the kirkland brand gluten free shampoo to make sure it was gluten free and it tested negative at 5ppm.
Dove Damage Therapy Intensive Repair Shampoo Gluten Test
Sharie Daley, one of my readers asked if I could test Dove Damage Therapy Intensive Repair Shampoo for gluten so I did and I’m happy to report that it tested guten free, negative at 20 ppm.
Here’s A Up To Date Gluten Free Shampoo List
- Acure Organics
- Desert Essence
- Ecco Bella
- Gluten-Free Savonerrie
- Griffin Remedy
- Head Organics
- Head and Shoulders
- Hugo Naturals
- Intelligent Nutrients
- John Masters
- Jonathan Product
- Max Green Alchemy
- Morrocco Method
- Original Sprout
- Sei Bella
- Suave -Any wheat, barley, rye or oat ingredient will be clearly labeled.
List Of Ingredients That Contain Gluten In Non-Food Products Like Shampoo And Conditioner
Most often non-food companies will not simply state “wheat” on the ingredients label. They use complicated scientific names.
- AMP–ISOSTEAROYL HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN
- AVENA SATIVA
- BARLEY EXTRACT
- BARLEY LIPIDS
- DISODIUM WHEAT GERMAMIDO PEG–2 SULFOSUCCINAT
- FERMENTED GRAIN EXTRACT
- HORDEUM VULGARE (BARLEY) EXTRACT
- HYDROLYZED WHEAT GLUTEN
- HYDROLYZED WHEAT STARCH
- HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN PG–PROPYL SILANETRIOL
- HYDROXYPROPYLTRIMONIUM WHEAT PROTEIN
- HYDROLYZED MALT EXTRACT
- OAT (AVENA SATIVA) BRAN EXTRACT
- OAT (AVENA SATIVA) BRAN
- OAT (AVENA SATIVA) FLOUR
- OAT (AVENA SATIVA) PROTEIN
- PHYTOSPHINGOSINE EXTRACT
- SAMINO PEPTIDE COMPLEX
- STEARDIMONIUM HYDROXYPROPYL HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN
- TRITICUM VULGARE (WHEAT) FLOUR LIPIDS
- TRITICUM VULGARE (WHEAT) GERM EXTRACT
- TRITICUM VULGARE (WHEAT) GLUTEN EXTRACT/WATER
- TRITICUM VULGARE (WHEAT) GERM OIL
- VITAMIN E DERIVED FROM WHEAT GERM OIL
- WHEAT AMINO ACIDS
- WHEAT AMINO ACIDS
- WHEAT GERM OIL
- WHEAT GERM EXTRACT
- WHEAT GERM GLYCERIDES
- WHEAT (TRITICUM VULGARE) BRAN EXTRACT
Do You Use a Gluten Free Shampoo and Conditioner?
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