A high percentage of skin problems can be caused by not using Allergen-Free and Gluten-Free beauty products… Many women think that their Acne problem is because of what they eat or a condition they should live with for the rest of their lives.
Some time ago, no one knew very well what was being celiac or allergic meant, what the word gluten meant, and intolerance to this substance. A substance found in wheat, barley, rye and oats and whose intolerance is suffered by many people who sometimes find it difficult to find gluten-free products for their daily life. Or if they find it, it is at exorbitant prices. And worst of all, how misidentified some of these products are.
If you are celiac, someone who suffers from allergies, or even if you are not, but just having skin issues or acne, you will know the attention that should be paid to all the products that you are going to eat or the cosmetic products that you are going to apply. The creams, makeup bases, lipsticks and all kinds of cosmetics that you use every day contain allergens, so you should pay attention to everything you put on your skin.
The “gluten-free” labels have leapt the cosmetic aisle, and many brands offer gluten-free products. But are they really gluten-free?
Here is where you should keep in mind the most important thing before buying any allergen-free cosmetics, as you want these to be really allergen-free. You need to know that you have to find a brand that is a specialist in gluten-free and allergen-free cosmetics and that all the products they produce are not made in the same laboratory/factory as normal cosmetics.
It is also a good idea to buy your cosmetics from a specialised brand that only create and care for people with allergies, so you can be 100% sure that your skin is in good hands.
If you are looking for allergen-free cosmetics, make sure you buy products formulated specifically for people with allergies and autoimmune disorders.
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Nouha is a passionate journalist and a beauty lover with valuable knowledge in the health and wellness industry. Nouha worked closely with nurses and doctors treating patients with diabetes, sleeping disorder and anxiety. Nouha is currently studying to become a nurse at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.