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*** The source of Glycerin is not specified by the manufacturer and could be from Coconut Derivatives (does NOT exclude all fragrances) or Soy or Zea Mays (Corn)
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AG Hair Cosmetics Recoil Curl Activating Balm is a rich curl cream with herbal extracts and natural corn starch as well as magnesium sulfate, silk and keratin protein and panthenol. It's earned the coveted 5-curl rating from NaturallyCurly's team of experts—"Awesome curl separation and definition"—and CurlTalkers rave about it, too. This cream is guaranteed to bring your curls to life in a way that you haven’t experienced before with amazing definition.

Feb 03, 2020
They are derived from corn or wheat but AG uses an FDA approved process called hydrolysis where they extract the allergen causing amino acid. And so by FDA standards AND international standards the products are considered gluten free. Also gluten containing skin care and hair care products do not pose a threat to celiacs unless they are ingested.
Linda B.
May 10, 2018
Hi - it's because the Hydroxypropyl starch​ phosphate can be derived from corn or wheat.
Linda B.
May 01, 2018
Hi - the ​Hydroxypropyl starch​ phosphate can be derived from corn or wheat.
Apr 26, 2018
This product states that it is gluten free but you do not show that it is - why?
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