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MooGoo Milk Shampoo

MooGoo Milk Shampoo Questions & Answers

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17 questions from our users

Michelle

Michelle asked

Has anybody experienced hair falling out from using these products.
Since starting my hair growth has stopped and when I run my fingers through massive amounts of strands fall out?

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Maddie W.

Maddie W.asked

I got allergic reaction from this product is that normal

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Lynda C.

Lynda C.asked

I have psoriasis on my scalp and in my ears what would you recommend?

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Rebecca

Rebeccaasked

I washed my hair with the shampoo and. Conditioner moo goo does it lather up how much do we use per hair wash

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Sophie S.
Sophie S.

It doesnt really lather, it depends on how much hair you have, I use about 4 squirts of shampoo & 2 conditioner and I have long thick hair!

alan

alanasked

what ingrediants are in the shampoo

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Anne C.

Anne C.asked

Is this shampoo suitable for coloured hair?

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Kathryn V

Kathryn Vasked

I have used this product the Milk shampoo twice, has eased the itch a little. But the dandruff has started lifting and is pretty bad, my question is this normal? Did you start noticing thick bits coming off?

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Molly

Mollyasked

Hi is this suitable for coloured hair?

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MH1
MH1

Yes. My hair is highlighted and I have no issues (or complaints from my hairdresser!)

Molly
Molly

Thank you for your reply!

Kmc11

Kmc11asked

Is Moo Goo shampoo and conditioner good for frizzy dry hair?

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Baroness
Baroness

My hair can be a bit frizzy at times and I don't have a problem with the Moo Goo at all. My husband has dry hair and he doesn't like it. But then he doesn't like to use conditioner either! All you can do is try it.

munchkin2

munchkin2asked

I've just recently developed psoriasis on my scalp so was wondering if your shampoo strips colour off coloured hair that has high lights low lights & colour in it.....

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Baroness
Baroness

I have blonde highlights in my hair and haven't noticed any any problems.

Rachael

Rachaelasked

Is Moo Goo shampoo any good for for oily hair?

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Bewildered Human
Bewildered Human

Hi Rachael, I have really soft fine hair and have to wash every second or third day as my hair sticks out everywhere. You would definitely have to wash twice to help deal with oil. The first application doesn't seem to do much, but hair feels clean after the second for me. Sometimes over washing and using harsh chemicals can make hair more oily, so when you go to less harsh products things can improve. You would know how your hair behaves better than me! You can contact Moo Goo and explain and they might send you some samples to try. I started off using it after I was given a free sample. I also use their lip balm, soap and other products due to my allergies. Hope this helps. It made a huge difference to my life as I had constant flaking from my scalp which I found hugely embarrassing, Now I have none. Good Luck!

Le Tigre

Le Tigreasked

I don't have issues with itchy scalp or sensitive skin but I just prefer a natural product, free from nasties. I have long straight hair and find natural hair products a bit drying. Is this product suitable for normal long straight hair?

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Ji Zhen
Ji Zhen

The shampoo used alone I find makes my hair feels a little dry, but I always use it with the conditioner which I find adds the perfect amount of moisture and keeps it that way without oily-ness until I wash my hair the next day.

RobHan
RobHan

this is great shampoo, I've been using it for 8 years and my hair length has been short and long through that time. Moogoo doesn't build up the way other shampoos do and they use natural ingredients. Most importantly they don't test on animals, and they have refused to sell to China (China insists on products being tested on animals) and to the large supermarkets here in Australia. All those reasons combined are why i'll always use moogoo products. I use their moisturiser too.

LILIAN TUDORIN

LILIAN TUDORINasked

Does this shampoo contain cocamide dea or any other substitute ingredient containing dea as lauramide dea tossic chemical cancer causing?

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Maria
Maria

This is a copy of the ingredients for the shampoo from Moogoo's website.

Water (Purified), Decyl Glucoside (Glucose Derived Cleanser), Coco-Betaine (Coconut Derived Cleanser), Sodium Cocoyl Sarcosinate (Coconut Derived Cleanser), Sodium Lauroamphoacetate (Coconut Derived Cleanser), Lauryl Glucoside (Glucose Derived Cleanser), Behentrimonium Methosulfate (Canola Derived De-Tangler), Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Oleate (Natural Ester), Coco Glucoside (Glucose Derived Cleanser), Piroctone Olamine, Allantoin (Comfrey Derived), Hydrolyzed Casein (Milk Protein), Parfum (Phthalate free).

Hope this helps.

Candace Dawson

Candace Dawsonasked

Does moogoo shampoo contain silicon?

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Mum2LnB
Mum2LnB

As far as I know it does not. It is derived from all natural products and is very gentle on your hair. I use it on my one year old as well as myself.

JZ66
JZ66

Look up their website. All ingredients are listed.

crusty kiwi

crusty kiwiasked

Had scalp care recommended, where can i buy in New Zealand

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JZ66
JZ66

Don't know if you can. You wlll have to google Moo Goo and see if they have NZ sellers. Another good product is called Billie Goat but again it is sold in Australia.

joey57

joey57asked

can 9 months baby use the moogoo shampoo (no scalp problems) ?

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Fairygirl
Fairygirl

Please email the company (MooGoo) to ask them if their product is suitable for children. I am guessing that it is because the product contains no nasty chemicals, and is probably better than the supermarket variety of shampoos.

Rooni
Rooni

Should be fine. It's all natural and has no chemicals. If you're still concerned though, you can contact the staff. They're lovely.

hair

hairasked

where in sydney can i purchase moo goo shampoo?

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Fairygirl
Fairygirl

I do not live in Sydney, so I don't know where to buy Moo Goo products. I suggest that you go onto the Moo Goo website to check for retailers - there is a section on the website where you can search for them. Otherwise, ask at your local health food store to order the product in for you.

RobHan
RobHan

Usually health food stores have it, or organic stores.... if all else fails you can buy it direct from their website.

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