I used to be a bit flaky.....
My name is Ceri and I have an itchy scalp….there I said it! And no, its not nits (this time!). Although two school age children and the lack of Nitty Nora in schools these days means the blighters do visit our household on the odd occasion!
So back to my itchy, flaky scalp - nice! Since having children my hair has never been quite the same and it seems my hair doesn’t seem to love the lovely premium brand shampoos that I used to buy. My scalp used to get worse during the winter months and whilst time wise I would like to leave my hair at least a couple of days in between washes, it got more and more difficult. I suspect it is the sulfates in the shampoos causing the scalp condition and so my quest for a new hair care regime began.
After extensive research and trialling lots of different shampoos and potions, I have been using a product for the last year and I keep repurchasing time after time.
Introducing Moo Goo Milk Shampoo and Conditioner…. Moo Goo is an Australian brand with a whole range of natural skin and hair products. I could easily be swayed simply by the lovely packaging and great marketing - the website asks if we want to join their herd, I almost want to Moo my acceptance!!
As soon as I started using their shampoo and conditioner my scalp condition calmed down and it didn’t take long for it to disappear all together. The team behind Moo Goo only use natural ingredients combined with ingredients to control the micro-flora of the scalp. Its pH balanced and suitable for adults and children. I like that Moo Goo aren’t afraid of listing their ingredients and explaining their reasoning for each.
I probably get through a bottle of shampoo and conditioner every 4-5 months but love that when I order, I always get a sample of another product - and they always ask about the type of product I might be interested in - so it feels more personal. I’ve tried and will soon be ordering the Skin Milk Udder Cream - it smells delicious but its the fact its a cream I can use everywhere and on my kids too - the sample is still going strong and is a permanent fixture in my travel bag.