Gluten-free beauty products and gluten free skin care are for people who are gluten intolerant or have celiac disease.

Gluten-Free Natural Skin Care Can Alleviate Health Concerns

People who suffer from Celiac Disease, who are sensitive to gluten or may be allergic to gluten have options when it comes to how they care for their skin. Natural, gluten-free skin care products can alleviate concerns. The medical community, including the International Dermal Institute as well as the Celiac Society, has stated publicly that topical application of skincare products containing gluten are not absorbed by the skin. The reason, they say, is that gluten molecules are too big to seep through the skin. The likely culprit for those who have reactions from skincare products containing gluten they believe may be an allergy to other ingredients contained in the product.

For those who remain concerned and seek alternatives to gluten-laden products, it’s important to read labels. Common sources of gluten are wheat, oats, rye and barley. However, on skincare labels these may not be easily recognizable and the concentration of gluten may be hard to decipher. Wheat germ oil and extract are commonly labeled as Triticum Vulgare. Other primary sources of gluten found on skincare labels are Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein and Sodium Lauroyl Oat amino acids. Concentration levels of gluten may remain a mystery because suppliers often don’t certify levels in the raw material sent to manufacturers.

I’ve heard concerns from people about their hand lotions. They fear ingesting gluten while eating food with their hands. To alleviate such concerns, scientifically founded or not, I suggest they buy natural skincare products with transparent ingredient labels. Trust is a big factor in any relationship. We at YASOU Natural Skin Care want our customers to feel confident.

While gluten is a naturally occurring protein in wheat, we are aware of the health concerns and well being of our customers. Those seeking gluten-free skincare products for the body, face and hands can purchase them at YASOU, a luxe wellness skincare brand you can trust.

Why Choose Gluten Free Vegan Skincare?

Plant derived, vegan skincare is effective, safe, and nourishing to the skin with minimal negative impact on the environment. No toxic chemicals, no animal testing and no animal products are used in vegan skincare. Instead what you apply daily to your skin are ingredients derived from plants.

People who choose gluten free vegan skincare appreciate the effort it takes to bring these crafted products to the market. For them, it’s personal. They respect natural beauty, ageless beauty, which manifests itself internally and externally.

Looking and feeling good is about small decisions and personal preferences. Most of us want to live well, be happy and stay peaceful. If you are worried about using skincare products that contain gluten, avoid them. There are good options today with natural skincare lines such as YASOU. I appreciate when people call or write to ask if our line is gluten free or vegan. It tells me they are engaged in making decisions that are right for them.

If you want to protect animals from cruelty and inhumane living conditions buy products that are plant-derived. Living your values through what you purchase indicates an authentic life.

Honestly, my decisions in creating a natural, healthy skincare line were focused on finding the best ingredients to nourish the skin. I was not focused on being gluten-free or making vegetarians happy. Both of these came to be because of YASOU’s focus on natural ingredients and wellness – how a woman feels good in her own skin.

The beauty of using botanicals in skincare is not only their skin-enhancing properties, but also their appeal to all the senses – a mist, an aroma, and textures all share a subtleness that when combined create a potent protector and ageless defender of the skin. It’s like the difference between wearing natural cotton or synthetic clothes.

The reasons for choosing gluten free vegan skincare may be health-related and/or socially conscious choices. We appreciate you making the choices that are best for you.