Gluten-Free Soap Products Help Sensitive Skin
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. If you have Celiac disease or have a sensitivity to wheat or certain grains, it's important to eat gluten-free food. Celiac disease is a gluten-sensitive, genetic autoimmune disorder. If you eat foods containing gluten, your small intestine becomes damaged. Digestion of gluten prevents absorption of some nutrients causing bloating, diarrhea, fatigue and other serious complications.
Whether you have celiac disease or a contact sensitivity to grains, Cleure takes the worry out and gives you gentle, soothing skin care and hair care products that provide healthy and beautiful results.
According to Mayo Clinic, gluten itself cannot be absorbed through your skin as you apply skin care or cosmetics. However, it can affect you with dental products. It's therefore, crucial with celiac disease to use gluten-free toothpaste
and gluten-free mouthwash since these products can be readily absorbed through the soft tissues in your mouth.
Gluten in Skin Care: Should You be Worried?
The simple answer is no. However, the skin is the largest organ in the body and does absorb most anything applied to it. This is why pain medication and birth control patches, among others, are prescribed. If you have a contact sensitivity to wheat or other grains, it's best to use gluten-free cosmetics, gluten-free skin care and hair care. With contact sensitivity to wheat or grains, your skin may itch, turn red or break out in a blistering rash.
At Cleure, we know how vital sulfate-free, fragrance-free, gluten-free soap and other sensitive skin products can be to having beautiful, soft skin without irritation.
Regular soaps just will not do for most of people with sensitive skin, so Cleure formulated gluten-free,
sulfate-free soaps, cleansers, and face wash for sensitive skin to give you all of the cleansing power that comes with most brands of soap, without all of those harsh, breakout-inducing chemicals.