Should I Use Gluten Free Beauty Products?
As a part of my transition to a gluten free lifestyle, I have been more exposed and aware of gluten free labels on products everywhere, including on beauty products.
The first year that I become gluten free, I noticed numerous brands claiming their shampoo to be gluten free. My first thought was "well, that's great, but I'm not going to eat it, so what's the point?"
So, I laughed at the amount of caution these brands put into their allergy information and brushed it off as another marketing tactic.
But, as I become more acclimated to my gluten free lifestyle, I began to question if I should be more concerned about what I am putting on my body as well as what I was feeding my body.
I went to social media to ask the following beauty relation questions:
1. Do You Use Gluten Free Beauty Products?
First, I started by gluten free beauty products journey with a poll.
I asked my fellow gluten free friends whether they used gluten free beauty products as part of your gluten free lifestyle on an instagram.
"Do you only buy beauty products that are labeled gluten free?"
or "No, I don't"
(Keep reading for the results).