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  • #602781

    stick
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    What makeup is ok for Pesach?

  • #937601

    i love coffe
    Member

    Chap Stick: see Lipstick: No supervision necessary. Unflavored only, new tube.

    Cosmetics:

    Regarding any cosmetics, hair spray, soaps, shampoos, deodorant, powders (medicated, perfumed, baby, face,

    foot, etc…), the opinion of the Rabbis that permits these items even without special Passover supervision, may

    be followed.

    Lipstick: All unflavored which do not contain wheat or oat flour may be used on Pesach. No organic lipsticks.

    Chapstick, Blistex and Chapstick cold sore therapy are acceptable without a mark.

    I hope this was helpful. I got it from the J.S.O.R Pesach kosher list for 2012.

  • #937602

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    I just use charoses.

  • #937603

    blabla
    Participant

    Anyone know if lancome lipstick is okay?

  • #937604

    YW Moderator-20
    Moderator

    I opened this thread to check what Pops has to say on a make up thread.

  • #937605

    YW fan
    Member

    Makeup that’s not Chametzdik! 🙂

  • #937606

    bygirl93
    Member

    20- he could find what to say on anything!!!

    stick- my rav holds that all makeup is ok- just get a new lipstick-

  • #937607

    yungerman1
    Member

    stick- cRc says that liquid deodorant, cologne, perfume, hairspray, shaving lotion may contain denatured alcohol which should not be used on Pesach.

    http://www.crcweb.org/passover2012.php

  • #937609

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    I’m posting just so more people like mod 20 look again.

  • #937610

    writersoul
    Member

    I think all Clinique is kosher lePesach, but as others said, it’s not really an issue. However, as yitayningwut said, other stuff might be an issue..

  • #937611

    blabla
    Participant

    revlon lipstick?

    bath and body works lip gloss is definitely not okay…

  • #937612

    R’ Gershon Bess from Los Angeles put out a list.

    I find the actual list pretty useless since almost nothing I or my family members use is on it. It probably covers whatever his wife and daughters are familiar with.

    BUT what is incredibly USEFUL is his list of problematic ingredients.

    If you know that

    triticum vulgare = wheat and

    avena sativa = oats and

    ethyl alcohol = a problem, you can already put away most of your stuff. Then figure out what the ingredients from the makeup you have left are.

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