G-Free Foodie Guide to Gluten-Free Make-Up & Body Care

Since make-up, lotion, & personal care products have a funny way of ending up in our mouths!

This G-Free Foodie Guide to Gluten-Free Make-Up & Body Care will be updated as we find new brands & formulations we love.  Yeah, we’re a foodie site, but we know that what you put on your body is important too, since most make-up, lotion, & personal care products have a funny way of ending up in our mouths somehow (tricky little lipstick!) As with all G-Free products, formulations may change, so be sure to read labels & check with manufacturers regarding product safety.  As with all G-Free Foodie Guides, we’ve listed stuff we actually LIKE.

Bliss:  At G-Free Foodie, we can’t get enough Bliss!  All of their products, with the exception of the Lemon+Sage Shampoo & Conditioner, are completely Gluten-Free.  If you looked into our staff’s collective bag of tricks, you’d find an array of Bliss Body Butters.  The Bliss Spas are amazing too, and they happily accommodate all allergy issues – in fact, they’ll ask about allergies when you book your appointment so it’s handled before you arrive.  Even calling the 800# at Bliss is great – a real human who knows their product information answers super-fast.

California Baby: All of California Baby‘s natural products are Gluten & Casein free.  Great products for little ones & adults too, plus hard-to-find G-Free items like Bug Spray & Massage oil.

Ecco Bella: All of Ecco Bella‘s products are Gluten-Free, and all are Casein free.  Their FAQ page has information about all the other aspects for the sustainably made products.

Gluten-Free Savonnerie: Gluten-Free Savonnerie creates Skin & Body care products that are free of Gluten, Casein, Corn, Nuts & Soy.

LUSH Handmade Cosmetics: With a huge assortment of skin, hair & body care products made by hand from organic & natural ingredients, LUSH is pretty hard to beat.  They list every ingredient of every product in an easy-to-read fashion, so you know what’s in there, and if you have other allergies, you can avoid those too.  Love it – and we’re pretty obsessed with their bath bombs.

Morrocco Method: Morrocco Method offers Gluten-Free, Vegan hair, skin & body care products for adults and children.

Neutrogena: Many of Neutrogena‘s products are Gluten-Free, if you contact their Customer Service team, they will email you a current list of G-Free products.

Pangea Organics: All of Pangea Organics’ products are Gluten-Free.   This all-organic line is safe for children and most of their products are vegan, all are cruelty-free.  Pangea’s Ingredient Glossary is a great source for information.

Red Apple: Formulated to be 100% Gluten-Free and Vegan, Red Apple is one of our all-time favorite gluten-free make-up brands. We love the lipsticks and lipliners, but the eyeshadow kits are hard to beat too.

Smashbox: We love, love, love Smashbox cosmetics, from their awesome colors & coverage to their fabulous Ingredient Glossary.  According to Smashbox’s Customer Service team and online ingredient lists, all their products are Gluten-Free except: Bionic Mascara in Jet Black, Layer Lash Primer, Halo Hydrating Perfecting Powder in: Fair, Light, Medium and Dark, Doubletake Lip Color in: Praline, Gossamer, Sugar Spice, Cranberry, Lip Treatment, Lipstick Tinted Lip Treatment in: Solar, Ray, Beam, and Shine

Tarte: Many of Tarte’s products are labeled Gluten-Free, and ingredients for all of their make-up, skin & body care products list all ingredients clearly.

Tilvee: The team at Tilvee assures us that all of their Body & Skin care products are Gluten-Free, and they have complete information about all the products on their site too.  TTilvee is committed to socially & environmentally responsible products and uses no toxic ingredients.

10 thoughts on “G-Free Foodie Guide to Gluten-Free Make-Up & Body Care

  1. Kerri – we left a message for their Customer Service team, and will let you know when we hear back. Their website suggests filling out a Contact Us form found at https://www.borghese.com/contact.cfm for allergy & ingredient questions – we couldn’t find any further info on the Borghese website.

  2. Any ideas about Clinique? I had never thought about my make-up affecting my little boy when I give him hugs and kisses.

  3. Make-up by Posergy is gluten free and all natural. I use this and order on line. Check them out.

  4. I use Argan oil now for my hair and face. It works very well as a moisturizer and condition. It's gluten free. I like a brand called PrimaJolie because it is virgin and organic and feels and smells vert nice. I've tried others but I like this one beest. I use it for evertyhing. i read about it and gave it a try and was very happy with the results.

  5. Do any of the Kiehls products contain gluten? I got some weird rash around my eyes and had a build up of white deposits under the skin. Doc tested for all other possibilities and they came of negative. Could it be gluten products on my face?

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