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For the most updated information, click this link for Gluten Free Shampoo and Conditioner on the Gluten Free Diet Guide website.
I just got a great question on Twitter about gluten free shampoo. Since it seemed awkward to shove a lot of info into just 140 characters, I thought I'd write up a quick post to consolidate what I know so far.
Monave has some gluten free shampoo and hair care products
Desert Organics Don't know about the rest of the website, but the "organics" area is all gluten free
Suave Unilever products are well-labeled for any gluten sources, and Suave should be OK.
Gluten Free Savonnerie Obviously, the name says it all!
As always, any product can have a changed formulation without any notice. Before purchasing, you should ALWAYS read labels and contact the company to be doubly sure. Even what I'm writing here could be slightly different by the time you buy something. This is just a guide to get you in the right direction. If you should find that a recommendation I've made has turned up something with gluten in it, please accept my apology and let me know so I can correct the info I have. Use this gluten ingredient list as a guide for checking on glutenous ingredient. It looks like these are pretty good options for gluten free shampoos and other hair products. Finally!
Good luck and happy hair washing!