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Make-Up Concerns for the Gluten Free

If you or someone you love has celiac disease or a sensitivity to gluten, the make-up that matters most is make-up you’re likely to get in your mouth (or someone else’s), like lipstick, lip gloss, lip balm, and anything else that goes on or near your lips.

Foundation, eye make-up, powder, and other make-up products shouldn’t matter unless you get them close to your mouth and could possibly ingest them.

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