Product Hype: MooGoo Natural Milk Shampoo and Cream Conditioner

We’ve never been the type to follow the herd. It’s just not a mentality we prescribe to. Yet when it comes to MooGoo, the natural skin and haircare brand from Australia that’s finally available in Canada, we’re happily making an exception. Please, we can’t say no to a scalp friendly and silicone and SLS-free Milk Shampoo and Cream Conditioner that features a black and white Holstein on the label. Come on.

But we’re not just using these products because of our affinity to cows. This haircare duo is truly great. For starters, the formulations are safe and gentle enough to use every day. The Milk Shampoo is made with a combination of coconut and glucose-based cleansers to wash away dirt, oil and grime to get hair nice and clean without stripping it and our scalp of their natural, protective oils. We also appreciate that it’s free of synthetic detergents that can deplete our hair and scalp of moisture. As for the Cream Conditioner, it is formulated with natural oils including jojoba and olive oils to hydrate our hair, while a healthy helping of milk protein helps protect and revitalize each strand. With zero silicone-based ingredients included, we never have to worry about this conditioner weighing our look down.

To top it all off, both the Milk and the Cream contain piroctone olamine, a superhero ingredient that works hard to eliminate bacteria and dead skin cells from our scalp to prevent fungal infections, dandruff and the ultimate, hair loss. What you won’t find in either product are harsh chemicals or synthetics; even the Milk and Cream’s fragrance is subtle, fresh and crafted from phthalate-free fragrance oil. But don’t let us make this decision for you. Pick up your own bottles and see the difference for yourself. Who knows, you might even find yourself looking forward to seeing the little Holstein in the shower each morning just as much as we do.

MooGoo Milk Shampoo and Cream Conditioner, $22.99 for 500 ml each, available online at

Tags: MooGoo, Product Hype

Related Posts

Previous Post Next Post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *