Bite Beauty focuses on lip products, and it’s a more recent brand, having launched in 2011/2012. You can buy from the website online or you can buy from Sephora. Their signature is that their products are made with unprocessed, pure ingredients, and they’re cruelty-free. Their products are also free of parabens, sulfates, and phthalates.
Bite lists their gluten free products on their site in the FAQs, but they don’t say whether any of it is made in a gluten-free facility or on shared equipment. Most likely the latter, so if you have Celiac, you may want to contact them directly with that concern.
On their website, they state the following (as of November 2018):
“Many of our shades are gluten free. Here’s our current list of Gluten Free products:
- Agave Lip Balm: Natural, Champagne, Smashed, Maple
- Agave Lip Mask: Natural, Champagne, Smashed, Maple
- Agave Lip Scrub: Natural
- Amuse Bouche Lipstick: Beetroot, Black truffle, Cayenne, Chai, Cotton candy, Dragonfruit, Eggplant, Fig, Gazpacho, Gin fizz, Gingersnap, Honeycomb, Jam, Kale, Kimchi, Lavender jam, Liquorice, Maple, Meringue, Mistletoe, Molasses, Nori, Pepper, Persimmon, Pinkled ginger, Radish, Rhubarb, Sake, Sangria, Sorbet, Souffle, Sour cherry, Spritzer, Squid ink, Sugarcane, Sweet cream, Tannin, Taro, Thistle, Verbena, Whiskey
- Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick: Braised, Candied, Caramelized, Cava, Chai, Chiffonade, Chutney, Demi-glace, Éclair, Flambe, Infuse, Marsala, Mix, Pare, Puree, Stir, Supreme, Tourne, Whip
- Lip Scrub
- Matte Crème Lip Crayon: Fraise, Framboise, Glace, Leche, Pastille, Peche, Pink lady, Red velvet, Rose hip, Sucre, Tatin, Truffle
- Line & Define Primer“
Personally, as someone who doesn’t have Celiac, I will try these products and see if I react. I actually got a birthday freebie from them via Sephora, so I’ll try that. All of what I received was from their gluten free list.