Houston, TX, July 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Red Apple Lipstick, a gluten-free cosmetics company, was featured in the June 2013 issue of Women’s Health Magazine in an article about gluten-free cosmetics. As the recipient of thousands of votes from gluten-free dieters, Red Apple Lipstick was also named the “Best Gluten-Free Cosmetics” by GFreek.com. Owner and CEO Jay Adam Harper founded Red Apple Lipstick in efforts to create a healthy cosmetic brand after learning about all of the usual toxic ingredients used in makeup.
Red Apple Lipstick products are certified gluten free, paraben free, soy free, dairy free and allergen free. Red Apple Lipstick products are also natural, and cruelty free. Women’s Health Magazine featured Red Apple Lipstick in their Beauty section in the June 2013 issue. The article included a quote from Alice Bast, founder and president of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. In the article, Bast noted that many times cosmetics have wheat-germ extract, barley extract, wheat proteins and oat kernel flour. Small amounts are sometimes ingested, especially when products including these ingredients are applied to lips, for example.
GFreek.com annually hosts a Gluten-Free Awards in which there are over 40 Gluten-Free Award categories. The voting is open to the general public, who decide all nominations and award winners. Red Apple Lipstick took home the award for Best Gluten-Free Cosmetic Brand, surpassing other high quality gluten-free companies like Nars, Arbonne and Afterglow Cosmetics. These results were also published in the March/April 2013 issue of Delight Gluten Free Magazine.
Red Apple Lipstick is an ideal product for any woman with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, sensitive allergies or who lives a vegan lifestyle. The line features a wide range of shades of lipstick, lip-gloss, lip pencils, eye shadows and their trademark Rallye Balm – a high quality gluten-free lip balm. If you have symptoms like headaches, bloating or digestive issues and think it may be due to gluten intolerance or severe allergies, consider adding gluten-free cosmetics like Red Apple Lipstick to your makeup bag.