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Get a gluten-free beauty regime

Gluten-free? Dairy-free? Vegan? Everyone seems to have a dietary requirement. And although only 1% of Americans are coeliac, sales of gluten-free foods have risen 68% since 2012. As more people convinced they are sensitive to gluten, beauty brands are launching gluten-free products too.

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