When it comes to diet and wellness, there’s no question that gluten-free products are all the rage. From gluten-free bread to beer, it seems like everyone—even people without gluten sensitivities—is opting out. So it comes as no surprise the beauty industry’s getting in on the craze too. Apparently gluten is quite common in cosmetics, and while the negative effects are seen mostly through diet, it’s definitely something to think about. But worry not, the products on this list are all gluten-free and sure to become your favourites—no matter your stance.
Vita Care’s Sensitive Whitening Toothpaste ($3) is part of a line of gluten-free toothpaste and gum that is packed with vitamins like A, C, D, E, and calcium, alongside aloe vera to fight dry mouth and cranberry extract to banish plaque.
Many of Laura Mercier’s products are made without gluten, including the Illuminating Tinted Moisturizer ($43). Layer the SPF-packed lotion under makeup, or wear alone for an illuminating wash of coverage.
The fact that Body of Royalty’s Lipstick ($15) is gluten-free put the formula on our radar, but the bold, highly pigmented shades like Jet Setter and Enchante have made us fans.
You won’t find anything unnatural in Nourish Organic’s Clean & Fresh Organic Deodorant ($8)—including aluminum, chemicals, or gluten!
Tarte’s entire line of cosmetics and skincare in gluten-free—giving us just one more reason to love their Lights, Camera, Lashes, 4-in-1 Mascara ($19).
Amp up your tan with mineral pigments courtesy of Zuzu Luxe’s Mineral Bronzer ($29): the formula is shimmer-free and delivers a light golden glow.
It may look dark in the package, but Gabriel’s Multi Pot ($18) blends into a light, earthy shade perfect for adding depth to cheekbones and lips.
Nude’s line of skincare is gluten-free, making it a great time to jump on the oil face wash bandwagon with their Perfect Cleansing Oil Face & Eyes ($36).
Hourglass’ new Immaculate Liquid Powder Foundation ($55) melts into skin, leaving a flawless, powdery finish—all without the help of wheat.
The classic red shade of Wet n Wild’s Mega Last Nail Color ($2) in Red a Good Book is enough to win us over, but the fact that it’s free of things like gluten, toluene, phthalate, and formaldehyde makes the color even better.