The Test Results are Here…

Well, after months of doctor’s appointments, blood draws, tests and procedures – I finally have some official answers. A couple of weeks ago, my gastrointestinal doctor called me with the results of my blood test and endoscopy after consuming gluten for weeks to prep for the tests. My last investigative tests were done in October 2013 and everything looked great. But, I had been strictly gluten-free for almost 2 years. The only way to get accurate results is to consume gluten again. Let this be a valuable lesson to you that BEFORE you get any testing done, you continue to consume gluten and your normal diet. I can’t emphasize this enough. I write about it a lot on my blog and in social media. To get accurate results, don’t change anything before seeking medical help.


After years of thinking I have celiac disease, it turns out that I actually have non-celiac gluten sensitivity and Barrett’s Esophagus. There is a great article by Jane Anderson on regarding this and it’s correlation to celiac disease and non celiac gluten sensitivity.   I mentioned in a previous post that I was on a mission for an accurate diagnosis because of education from the International Celiac Disease Symposium. I didn’t believe the tests I had done were accurate or enough to confirm a celiac diagnosis. Obviously, I am frustrated and disappointed that yet again I went years without an accurate diagnosis.

The symptoms of non-celiac gluten sensitivity can overlap with celiac disease, but they also have different ones as well. According to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, “Non-celiac gluten sensitivity shares many symptoms with celiac disease. However, according to a collaborative report published by Sapone et al. (2012),  individuals with non-celiac gluten sensitivity have a prevalence of extraintestinal or non-GI symptoms, such as headache, “foggy mind,” joint pain, and numbness in the legs, arms or fingers. Symptoms typically appear hours or days after gluten has been ingested, a response typical for innate immune conditions like non-celiac gluten sensitivity.”

I specifically struggle with the joint pain, inflammation, numbness and head aches, which looking back makes total sense. Even after consuming gluten again, I didn’t get the major stomach aches that I used to get before going gluten free. I was very bloated but I didn’t get sick to my stomach and that surprised me. It also reinforced my decision to go forward with the testing to get accurate answers.

So, what about the Pretty Little Celiac? Well, the reason I started this blog was to not only share my stories (the good and the ugly) but I wanted to advocate for this disease. This experience for me just reiterates how complicated getting a true diagnosis can be and the emotional and financial toll it takes on a person going through all of this. All of these experiences taught me so much about living gluten-free and celiac disease. Meeting all of you virtually through the internet and social media, along with all of the people I met at Expo’s taught me so much. Just because I don’t have celiac disease, doesn’t mean I will stop advocating for all of you and the gluten-free lifestyle. I am not going back to eating gluten because it really does make me sick and makes me feel terrible.

My experiences going forward will be more based on gluten-free living and the challenges and life lessons associate with that. I want to focus a lot on the challenges associated with gluten-free living but also the other auto-immune diseases that I struggle with such as Endometriosis and Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism along with GERD/Barrett’s Esophagus. Obviously, with a name like Pretty Little Celiac, I would never want to deceive anyone to think that I have something when I don’t. I am going to spend the next few days or week brainstorming options, but if you have any ideas – let me know.

I’m sharing this information with you because I want to have full disclosure. I want you to know despite thinking I had all the answers 2.5 years ago, things change. New information is discovered and that’s okay. At first, I didn’t want to let all of you down but then I realized this is just part of the journey, part of the discovery and frustration that we all go through trying to find answers.

Have you had a similar story? I would love to hear about it. Email me or post it in the comments below for others to see we aren’t alone.

Thanks for being so loyal and such awesome followers.


  1.  Sue Rice says:

    Thank you for sharing your journey and this next chapter you are about to begin. You continue to inspire to a life of wellness, no matter what your health challenges are labeled.
    I really appreciate, as do many others I would think, how much information you have made accessible and how many people you touched along the way.
    I hope you will keep us informed of your new endeavours. I too suffered from Endo for many, many years until surgery. Best wishes and I look forward to cheering you onward on your new path.


    •  Rebecca Black says:

      Sue, Thank you so much for this heartfelt comment. I appreciate it more than you can imagine! I’m going to keep almost all of the content on this site and probably transfer it over to my new blog – that way people can still find a lot of the information that is still relevant! I think the comments from thousands of people are just as important as my blog posts for people to be able to see they aren’t alone. That was the whole point of this blog was to let people know they aren’t alone in this journey!
      Glad to know you will stick around


  2.  Erica Markee says:

    Hi! Thank you for sharing this story. Im in the process of finding a diagnosis for myself. This is all new to me and over the last 2 months what I’ve always thought of as just “a fast metabolism/digestive system” come to find out I have osteopenia and all my celic panel blood tests came back as strong positives.. I’m waiting for my biopsy, my youngest son is going through all of this as well.. Can you let me know what your blood tests were like? Did you have the antibodies on the TtG tests as well as positive gluten allergy tests? Thanks for any help


  3.  Chatmal says:

    I’ve been following you for a while (about 2 years now) and am part of the support group. I too am non-celiac, so they tell me. I get much of what you described: immediate runs followed by brain fog, possible migraine, fatigue. I’m not even sure what else anymore! I’m not willing to eat gluten because of how terrible I feel when I get glutened, but I may still do the gene test to be sure. Auto-immune diseases seem to run in the family so it’s hard to tell if there’s something else wrong with me or if that’s it. Clearly there’s more work to be done! I’m just grateful to have insurance again so I can continue the quest for answers.
    In my own trials, I think I may also be Corn Sensitive. I’m testing it now. I instinctively was avoiding most bread, pasta, oats and processed foods. So far, I think Corn gives me brain fog, fatigue even with 12-hours sleep, bloating, inflammation, joint swelling / achiness and weird skin breakouts that are not like normal pimples (for someone over 40?). Blemishes appear about 2-4 days afterward and have been on my neck, cheeks and earlobes (??). Most of these symptoms actually seem to have a 24-36 hour delay which is why it’s been so hard to notice and associate with corn. Perhaps it’s why 2 days after a party with tortilla chips and salsa or guacamole, I’m zonked and can barely get out of bed!
    Corn is such a special ingredient! It’s in everything — candy, soda, GF chips, GF breads & baked goods, and practically every medication has corn starch! It explains why I was fine with my homemade brownies with corn-free flour, but not after a store-bought cupcake. I’ll have to find my threshold since I need my daily meds!
    So, Rebecca, just know you’re not the only one on a health quest! And part of the quest is hoping the doctor, PA or NP will listen to us and our crazy-sounding theories!


  4.  Nancy says:

    It must be a bit of a relief to know that you can move forward knowing that you do not have celiac disease. I started following your blog about a year ago when I suspected that gluten was the root of my issues: brain fog, lethargy, numbness in my arms and feet, headaches, and such. Ultimately, I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s which shocked me. Since then, I try to eliminate as much gluten as I can from my diet, and it seems to be working. Stress is the biggest trigger for me now. I will continue to follow you, and I wish you the best of luck with whatever the future may bring.


  5.  Kaila says:

    Wow, what a touching story. I’m so glad that you were able to find some answers. My story is almost the opposite of yours. I presented as a celiac with atypical symptoms. Now, I had weight loss and stomach pains, but they were mild in comparison to my other problems. My GI looked for everything but celiac. (I claimed wheat bagels were the only food that made me feel better). During my diagnosis process, I gained such a deep respect for my GI because so many diseases/conditions have similar symptoms when you’re looking into the digestive tract (and even other immune problems/organ systems too!). Once I went gluten free (post Celiac diagnosis), my acid reflux magically disappeared within days. I hope that the Barrett’s Esophagus diagnosis helps solve/explain some of your other conditions, and I look forward to following your blog to learn more about your journey.

    After years of thinking I have celiac disease, it turns out that I actually have non-celiac gluten sensitivity and Barrett’s Esophagus.


  6.  Hayley Haynes says:

    How long did you eat gluten before getting the blood test panel done to test for celiac? I am working with my new thyroid dr taking Amour and my chiopractor (for fibromaylgia) to feel better but if things don’t improve want to test for food sensitivities. The test is expensive so I want to do it correctly but dread the side effects of adding gluten back into my diet.


  7.  Pats44 says:

    For me it makes little difference. Gluten is bad for you, so avoid it. I am either coeliac or have ncgs. I only found out by doing the Fodmap diet – had no idea what coeliac or gluten was before and despite many trips to the docs had never been tested. No ive been gf for almost 6 months and theres no way im glutening myself for weeks for a test, just no way. So I’ll continue to eat GF and take vitamins


  8.  Angela says:

    Virgin coconut oil is the best thing to take for GERD,, by the spoonful, up to 3 tablespoons per day.
    For inflammatory bowel conditions, eat two Mrs Crimbles coconut macaroons (gluten-free) per day.
    Very best wishes

Quick and Easy Gluten Free Pad Thai – ONLY 6 Ingredients!

Gluten Free Pad Thai

~My goal for the end of the year is how to do better food photography~

The easiest Gluten Free Pad Thai Ever –

What you need:

Cocount Oil

2 Eggs

Gluten Free Rice Noodles (we like Asian Kitchen)

10 Large shrimp (for 2 people) – We use WILD extra large shrimp when we cook – fresh – never frozen….

1 bunch of broccolini

Gluten Free Pad Thai Sauce (SAN-J)

How to mix them all together:

Take 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and melt it in a large saute pan – Add the 2 eggs and scramble them a little bit.

At the same time boil the rice noodles and add the shrimp to the pan with the coconut oil and eggs

When the shrimp are pink add the rice noodles to the pan with the shrimp, eggs and coconut oil.

Add the Pad Thai Sauce – we don’t like that much sauce so add at your discretion

Add the broccolini

Mix everything together and put the lid on

Let simmer for about 10 minutes – just enough time to let the flavors sink in to everything and broccolini to get soft.

If you want to add peanuts on the top, you can do that as a garnishment. We didn’t use them.


How to use coupons while living gluten-free

I started couponing as a result to save money on all the other things we buy in our household to offset the cost of gluten-free foods. When I talked about it, other people shared their tips and stories with me as well. Here is a guest post from Christy over at Celiac411 with how she manages to save money as well!!

How to organize coupons
How to organize coupons
First understand that when I started, it was out of necessity. After working for a software development firm, from home, for over three years I was laid off. The company made some bad financial decisions, and, as the saying goes, sh!t rolls down hill.

So my first discovery was They offer decent coupons and they have new coupons weekly. It’s one of the easier and more simple sites to deal with. You literally select the coupons you want, make sure you’ve downloaded their printer software (don’t worry it’s safe) and then click print.

Getting your local Sunday paper is always a plus. This was my second discovery. By combining the coupons found at and those from the Sunday paper, there are times that  you can literally create a “double coupon”. Just beware, some stores have certain coupon rules that don’t allow for this….more on that below.

At this point I still wasn’t seeing the big savings that some people brag about. So I searched the internet and found This site is pretty awesome. It literally finds all the different coupons offered by tons of different sites each week and brings them to you. Now it can be a little frustrating. After you select your coupons from, it will batch like coupons together (i.e. all those offered at the P&G website) but then you have to click on a tab that will take you to the outside site. Sometimes the site will allow you to directly print, other times they will make you sign up for a mailing list. My suggestion: create a coupon only email address. This way you can sign up for all the different outside websites using the same email and forgo filling your personal email with blast emails. Once you get over the initial signing up at 30 or so site, the next week is a breeze…all you have to do is select your coupons at Lozo, then sign in when you are directed to the outside sites.

Winn-Dixie and Publix both offer online e-coupons. With Winn-Dixie you link your WD card, select the e-coupons that you want to load on it, and it automatically incorporates them at the time of checkout so long as you scan your WD card. These coupons can be used on top of any paper coupons that you have, so if you have an e-coupon and a paper coupon, you’ll get both of the savings.Publix offers something similar but they only allow for one manufacturer coupon per item, period.So if you sign up for their e-coupon and you have a paper coupon for the same item, it will not take both….but it does use the one that is worth more savings.

Lastly, if there is a product that you use on a regular basis and you can’t find a coupon for it, go to the manufacturer site. A lot of times if you sign up with them directly they will email you a coupon.

Savingstar is another site, but it works a bit differently. Here you can link your CVS, WD or Publix cards (among others), select the online offers that you’d like, and then when you buy certain items you’ll actually get cash deposited into your SavingStar account that you can use or have transferred to another account (like your checking). In other words, you wont see the savings at the register, you’ll get them later on. It’s not much of a savings but anything helps!

My top tips for couponing:

1. Know the grocery store’s store policy on couponing (i.e. Publix vs. Winn-Dixie)

2. Look at the prices of items in the store. Sometimes you’ll save more buying 3 smaller items (such as diapers) than you would if you bought just one big box.

3. Organize your coupons. I use an organizer and it’s made shopping so much more sane. I organize by the following categories:

GF Foods
Paper Goods
Misc. (vitamins, dog food, batteries, etc)

4. Don’t buy items (if possible) unless they’re already on sale. This way you get the sale price plus additional savings from coupons.

5. The biggest treat is landing a BOGO item! A perfect example was me buying ALL laundry detergent. I caught it on a BOGO so the price originally was 2/$8. Since it was BOGO it made it 2/$4 which was great but I had an additional coupon to save a dollar….so I got both for $3. Not too shabby!

6. Be open to trying new brands, if you can. Your favorite brand may not be on sale every week….branch out and use coupons to explore new options.

7. If a coupon doesn’t say “void if copied” you can make copies of the coupon and use it again on your next shopping trip, so long as it isn’t past the expiration date.

That’s the gist of it. It may sound like  a lot but really once you get past the “set up” phase, it’s not that bad. It takes work, yes, but like I told you the other day, I saved $184 in one trip! Since February 18th, I’ve spent $680.80 on $1145.20 worth of groceries, saving $464.40. It‘s helped us out a lot since I stay at home/work from home with our three boys.

Scott’s Gro-ables – Create a garden anywhere-Update!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gro-ables for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Well, it’s been a few weeks since I first planted my Gro-ables and they just started to grow. I’ll admit, we haven’t had the best weather here for spring and I just know if they were outside on our little patio, we would have some amazing cilantro and green peppers by now.

The ease of planting them makes me want to do some more after they start growing with different vegetables. If you need some inspiration, just check out the Sprout It website, they have tons of information on planting, growing gardens and recipe ideas! These little guys are perfect for anyone trying gardening for the first time, living in an apartment or small space or people who want to eat their own fresh veggies at home.

Although mine haven’t sprouted any veggies yet, I am confident once this weather starts getting more spring-like, they will be growing like crazy on my apartment patio. Check out the little growth they have right now.

Scott’s Gro-ables – The easiest way to create a garden at home.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gro-ables. All opinions are 100% mine.

My husband and I have been trying to find new ways to save money and even found local farmer’s markets for the summer to check out. But, then I heard about Miracle-Gro’s new products and had to try them. The Gro-ables are the latest product from Miracle-Gro. They are so easy to use, all you need is some potting soil, a pot and a Gro-able and you can create your very own garden anywhere! They are especially great for me now that we live in an apartment.

Gro-ables are perfect for anyone who is looking to save money at the grocery store and try something new. Gardening can be difficult but Miracle-Gro makes it super easy with these products. For less than $1.50 a pod, you can try gardening and new produce you might not have tried before.

We decided to try the green peppers and cilantro, since we eat them frequently in our home. Here is a great green pepper recipe from my blog that is super easy, gluten free and can be made just in time for dinner. 



1lb of grass-fed ground beef

1 cup uncooked tricolor quinoa

3 oz Fontina cheese cubed

2 cups of fresh spinach

3 large peppers

1 oz Asiago and Fontina shredded cheese

1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese

2 tablespoons of coconut oil

How to make it:

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees
  2. Start the Quinoa – it should take about 15-20 minutes to cook depending on what brand you buy
  3. Wash and clean out the peppers to make a big empty pepper cup.
  4. Brown the beef with the coconut oil in a skillet. Once it’s almost done, add the spinach in and cover for about 3-4 minutes until the spinach has wilted into the meat. You might want to stir it in so it’s not just sitting on top.
  5. When the quinoa is done, add the Fontina cheese and the beef mix. Get everything melted and into a nice consistency.
  6. Use a casserole or meatloaf dish to put the peppers in. Fill them up with the mixture and put in the oven for about 17 minutes (we like our peppers a little crispy but if you want them soft, you should leave them in longer).
  7. Take them out at the timer and add the shredded cheese on the top of them along with the Parmesan cheese. We are a cheesy household so you can put as much or as little as you would like on the top.
  8. Bake for another 4-5 minutes so the cheese can melt. Take them out and let cool for about 10 minutes.
  9. Enjoy!

Do you grow your own vegetables? I’d love to hear about them and if you would use these new products!

Pretty Little Celiac’s Top 10 Gluten-Free Airplane Snacks

10 Simple Gluten-Free Airplane Snacks
10 Simple Gluten-Free Airplane Snacks

10 Gluten-Free Airplane Snacks

We love to travel and one of the biggest challenges is finding gluten-free options in airports and especially on planes. I learned so many things as a fitness competitor, especially traveling for shows with a restrictive diet but the biggest thing is the ability to take food through TSA security! Yes! You can bring your own food with you to the airport and on the plane. I used to bring a 6-pack bag cooler (it’s a brand competitors use frequently) filled with baked fish, chicken and steak along with meatballs, sweet potatoes and veggies to fill my belly. If you think people complain about you eating gluten-free, try cracking open some tuna on a plane without your neighbors giving you the stink eye!

I like to think I’ve mastered the ability to bring things with me but even now and again I forget so if you have gluten-free snack items you love to travel with please feel free to post them below! The more information we can share for each other, the better and as you know that’s why I started Pretty Little Celiac!

Here are my top 10 gluten-free airport and plan travel snacks!

  • Fruit and/or dried fruit
  • Nuts
  • Raisins
  • Gluten-Free bars like Vans, Lara bars, Kind bars etc.
  • Go Picnic kits
  • String Cheese or Baybel’s
  • Applesauce
  • Sample packets of protein powder – purchased or separated yourself – mix at the airport
  • Tuna packets, canned chicken, canned salmon
  • Roasted sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds – any seed! Make your own trail mix!

What am I missing? Tell us what you take through security and on planes or trains when you travel!!


Gluten-Free at California Pizza Kitchen – Review

California Pizza Kitchen
California Pizza Kitchen

Gluten-Free at California Pizza Kitchen

I know a while back there was some hoopla around California Pizza Kitchen’s gluten-free menu and some serious concerns of cross-contamination. So, when I recently visited one of their locations, I wondered if the gluten-free at California Pizza Kitchen changed.

I met my friend Jen at the Polaris Mall location in Columbus, Ohio for some drinks. While there, we decided to grab something to eat. Our server from the bar brought out the gluten-free pizza menu along with explained the process of the gluten-free items on the regular menu. There were little GF circles near foods that were gluten-free.

The signature BBQ Chicken Pizza at California Pizza Kitchen – Gluten-Free
The signature BBQ Chicken Pizza at California Pizza Kitchen – Gluten-Free

We decided to try the gluten-free chicken BBQ pizza. Our server assured us of the proper cooking method and was very cautious with our order. She even confirmed it was gluten-free upon dropping it off and made the necessary precautions to keep me safe. We were seated at the bar and could tell that our pizza was not cooked with the others. I noticed on their little menu that they went through the Gluten Intolerance Group certification program. However, just because a place goes through this doesn’t mean every server will be knowledgeable (or care) of gluten-free food preparations.

The food was delicious and I didn’t get sick. Even Jen loved the pizza! Success. I will definitely be back to some other locations to test them out. Excited to know there are some more options available for us.

P.S. Since I originally wrote this post, I’ve been to a second location in a different state. They were equally as concerned about me having a safe meal. Hopefully, this is the consistent trend throughout their stores and the education is across the board!

Have you had a recent experience there? Let us know!



Lovely Lady Products Review and Giveaway!

Lovely Lady Products
Lovely Lady Products

Lovely Lady Products Review and Giveaway!

After getting over a horrible sinus infection along with double ear infections, I am finally on the mend! Now I can do this amazing giveaway for all of you that I’ve been meaning to do since January. Does time get away from everyone? It seems like only yesterday we were celebrating New Years Eve and now spring is knocking on our door! Although, I admit I will welcome the warmer weather with open arms.

Alright… Let’s get down to business!

I first met Cheryl with Lovely Lady Products at the International Celiac Disease Symposium. Her story was inspiring and I seriously couldn’t stop staring at her face – her skin is flawless! Turns out after years of having problems (just like the rest of us) she found out she has celiac disease and went out on a mission to create natural products to help everyone.

Prior to meeting Cheryl, my esthetician suggested using Argan Oil on my face instead of chemically filled products so for about a year, that’s what I’ve been doing. My skin feels so good! Turns out Lovely Lady Products knows a thing or 2 about Argan Oil and uses it in many of their products. After getting  bunch of testers, I was hooked and have been using Lovely Lady Products since the fall.

So, what products do I use? I’ll admit, I’ve never been a huge beauty product consumer and typically use an entire bottle of something I like before moving on to the next. I absolutely love the Facial Nutrient and Night Serum Oil.

Few tips – Our skin needs oil! That’s what prevents wrinkles and fine lines. It’s imperative that we keep moisture and elasticity in our skin to look fresh and young forever. You only need a small amount of these products. Don’t take a huge amount of the oil and put it on your face. You want just a little bit – enough for it to melt into your skin and not feel greasy. If your face feels greasy, you are using too much.

Everlasting-Argan Immortelle Facial Nutrient
(Embrace the power to never fade)

Creams and lotions may be inefficient at preventing dry, tired, itchy and sun damaged skin.  Over time, your skin needs more hydration and natural nutrients which help to slow and prevent the effects of aging.  This fast absorbing nutrient salve deeply penetrates and moisturizes the skin.  One of the key ingredients is helichrysum essential oil.  There’s a reason this oil is called “Everlasting” and “Immortelle”.  This flower will not wilt or wither after it has been picked.  This formula is complete with properties from the immortelle plant, so just imagine how effective these properties can be.

Everlasting-Argan Night Serum Oil
(Help your skin find its eternal fountain of youth)

Our Pure Organic Argan Oil will help your skin find its eternal fountain of youth. This easy to absorb oil will help to minimize lines and wrinkles, bringing moisture to your skin as it nourishes and protects from the environment.  We suggest using our Serum oil prior to going to bed, which will assist with your skin’s own ability to regenerate itself.  Cell regeneration is a natural process where fresh, new skin cells replace old, dead skin. This happens quicker at night compared to daytime. Vitamins and other healing/anti-aging plant properties lose potency after exposure to sunlight, which render them less effective.  Due to there being no sunlight exposure at night, vitamins and other skin healing properties stay active longer and can provide more anti-aging benefits for your skin (by supporting the skin’s hydro-lipid layer).   This oil is a truly natural solution for youthful, healthy and beautiful looking skin.

So, What am I giving away?

All of the Lovely Lady Products!

Lovely Lady Products generously donated a TON of products for me to giveaway so you really need to enter this one!

Here are the products and their descriptions included in the giveaway.

Another tip – If you are allergic to nuts, please look at the ingredients, I know some of them contain almond oil

Everlasting-Argan Facial Cleaning Bar

Everlasting-Argan Facial Cleansing Bar
(Help your skin find its eternal fountain of youth)

A luxurious, deep-cleansing soap for all skin types that doesn’t leave your skin feeling dry after rinsing away impurities. It’s light and invigorating, leaving your face hydrated and smooth. The powerful and everlasting properties of neroli essential oil, argan oil and calendula work to nourish, stimulate and rejuvenate. Excellent for all skin types, including aging, dry, problem and sensitive skin.

Everlasting Skin Toner
Everlasting Skin Toner

Everlasting Facial Toner
(Embrace the power to never fade)

After cleansing your face with our Everlasting Facial Bar, be sure to use our everlasting toner.  It will restore the skin’s natural balance while toning and refining your pores.  Enjoy the perks of this nondrying helichrysum-infused toner and the added benefit of properties that rescue dull skin and will soon have your skin glowing again. How Lovely!

Immortale Facial Mask
Immortale Facial Mask

Everlasting-Argan Immortelle Facial Mask
(Help your skin find its eternal fountain of youth)

Our mask will purify your skin and is great for both combination and oily skin. We are certain that you will be extremely pleased with the effectiveness of our mask. It goes on with a very light and creamy texture, but then gently dries, helping to soaks up oil and dirt from your skin.  This product should be used once or twice a week after cleansing your face with our facial cleansing bar and toner.

Everlasting Body Butter
Everlasting Body Butter

Everlasting-Argan Helichrysum Body Butter
(Help your skin find its eternal fountain of youth)

You’ll love this exquisitely whipped shea nut butter that absorbs quickly and completely into your skin without a greasy texture. Intensely rich, it will penetrate deep into the skin’s tissue, leaving your body exceptionally hydrated and silky soft.

Moisturizing Bath Bar
Moisturizing Bath Bar

Lovely Lady Moisturizing Bath Bars

(Indulge in your bathing experience)Our cold-pressed moisturizing bath soaps have an invigorating, fresh smell that leaves your skin lightly scented.  It conditions the skin while gently cleansing and leaves no soapy residue.  We’ve specially formulated our soap bars with nutrient-rich oils and essentials that are sure to have your body feeling hydrated, rejuvenated and clean. They are perfect for all skin types including aging, dry and sensitive skin.

At this point, you are probably asking yourself… How do I enter?

Just follow the Rafflecopter prompts and you are entered to win. More points = better chance of winning!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I’m also throwing in some rubber celiac awareness bracelets and a Large Happy, Healthy, Living Gluten-Free T-shirt!

Good Luck!