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Aveya Beauty's All-natural Phytoceramides Capsules Makes a Perfect Skin-care Choice for Those With Gluten Sensitivity

MIAMI, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Phytoceramides From Sweet Potatoes, a top-selling oral supplement from Aveya Beauty (http://aveyabeauty.com), stands by its all-natural promise. The supplement contains no artificial ingredients or needless, dangerous fillers. For many consumers, the most important aspect of Phytoceramides From Sweet Potatoes is that it's gluten-free. Learn more about this safe and all-natural Aveya Beauty product on the Amazon sale page.

"We understand that today's consumers are conscientious of what they put in their body, which is why we prioritize all-natural and safe ingredients in every one of our products," explained Aveya Beauty President Darren Miller. "In recent years, awareness of the possible adverse reactions to gluten has grown. We take pride in listening and responding to consumer demands by offering this extraordinary gluten-free product that revitalizes skin from within."

Gluten is a protein compound derived from wheat and similar grains, such as rye and barley. In bread dough, it provides elasticity and helps with rising. Somewhat surprisingly, gluten is also a common ingredient in cosmetics and hair products. In many cases, it only serves as a filler to give bulk to products. Even when gluten is chosen for its specific properties, there are nearly always alternatives that do not carry the risk of unpleasant side effects.

A small percentage of people have a known intolerance to gluten, often as a result of celiac disease. However, research is still ongoing as to whether gluten may contribute to other chronic conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome. Experts agree it's possible that a significant number of people have an as-yet-unrecognized sensitivity to gluten. More research could peg the wheat protein as a contributing factor in several other conditions. Generally, symptoms of gluten intolerance include bloating, upset stomach, diarrhea and joint pain.

Gluten-free products have become increasingly sought after as consumers realize the potential risks of the protein, especially when it's incorporated in unexpected products or the product labeling is inadequate. From the perspective of Aveya Beauty, there's no reason for gluten to be an ingredient in its phytoceramides capsules. The restorative quality of Phytoceramides From Sweet Potatoes is derived from sweet potatoes, rice powder and gelatin.

Some beauty and cosmetic supplement manufacturers promise safe and all-natural ingredients but fail to actually deliver. Aveya Beauty does not believe in marketing gimmickry; all-natural means no artificial ingredients or fillers. The ingredients in Phytoceramides From Sweet Potatoes are 100% FDA approved, and all Aveya Beauty products are engineered in rigorously controlled conditions, ensuring quality and consistency from batch to batch.

As one of the flagship products of Aveya Beauty, Phytoceramides From Sweet Potatoes sells at a brisk pace, requiring frequent replenishment of the Amazon storefront. The complete list of Aveya Beauty products is available here.

About Aveya Beauty

Aveya Beauty creates high quality, premium products that are designed to maximize beauty, confidence, and belief. The company's unique formulations have been used by salon professionals and customers around the world and is now available as part of the Aveya Beauty Professional collections.

Aveya Beauty has a 100% commitment to ensuring customer satisfaction, backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee.

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