Maui Moisture Nourish & Moisture Coconut Milk Shampoo & Conditioner Review

Hello, hello!

I attended the Montreal Maui Moisture Launch on October 27th (here). Maui Moisture’s tagline is Feel good about looking beautiful / Se sentir bien d’être en beauté.

Maui Moisture is a

refreshing and reparative hair care line developed with exotic botanicals and plant essences found on the tropical islands. This new collection, comprised of handcrafted shampoos, conditioners and hair treatments, is the first in the marketplace to use pure aloe juice as the first ingredient, replacing deionized, chemically treated water, and infuse all formulas with pure coconut water. Using aloe juice as its base, each Maui Moisture product is super rich in minerals, electrolytes and vitamins. The result is a deeply nourishing and restorative hair treatment from root to tip for hair that’s soft, shiny, healthy, and strong.

Maui Moisture is responsibly sourced, vegan and made with eco-friendly materials. The products do not contain any parabens, phthalates, sulfate surfactants, colorants, petrolatum, silicones, gluten or mineral oils.

There are five different collection that will be available in Canada, please see my original post for the details.

I received the shampoo and conditioner from the Nourish & Moisture Coconut Milk collection which is meant to nourish and moisturize normal to dry hair. I’ve been using this shampoo and conditioner combination since October 28th.

Use these lightweight blends with creamy coconut milk, light guava oil, and wholesome mango butter for dry hair daily without fear of built-up and help give your hair a healthy glow and shine!

The shampoo:

Maui Moisture Coconut Milk

This shampoo is super thick and creamy. I was surprised at how well this shampoo lathers up because most sulfate-free shampoos just don’t lather up very well.  In case you didn’t know, I really do not like coconut scents. But the scent is pleasant and mild. The weird thing is that while it does smell like coconut milk, because there is guava oil and mango butter in there, it doesn’t bother me.

The conditioner:

Maui Moisture Coconut Milk

The conditioner is not nearly as thick as the shampoo, but it works well to condition my hair, making it less difficult to comb out, and makes it more manageable. It conditions without weighing the hair down.

Overall:

Maui Moisture Coconut Milk

I really love the Nourish & Moisture Coconut Milk shampoo and conditioner. My hair is so soft and shiny. It is less of a beast to deal with since I started using the Maui Moisture line. It helps to tame my hair and keep it looking healthy, feeling soft and hydrated.

Maui Moisture is currently available in the US at Ulta, and will be available in Canada at pharmacies and major retailers in early 2017. I’m looking forward to trying out a few other products as well, like the hair mask from the Heal & Hydrate Shea Butter collection, the entire Strength & Anti-Breakage Agave Nectar collection, the raw oil mist from the Nourish & Moisture collection.

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day! ❤

Disclosure: PR samples received at event. However my opinion is my own, based on my experience in using this product.

41 thoughts on “Maui Moisture Nourish & Moisture Coconut Milk Shampoo & Conditioner Review

  1. Oooh a sulfate-free shampoo that lathers up? I’m there! The only other one that I’ve liked is Live Clean.
    And coconut + guava + mango? Yes yes yes! I’ll keep an eye out for these once they get here.

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    1. I know, it is so hard to get a sulfate free shampoo that actually lathers!
      The whole line is pretty great. The only one that I don’t like the scent of is the Curl Quench because it is coconut oil AND papaya *shudders* – my two most disliked scents together!

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      1. Now this is an option I need to be looking into. I need to ring Royal Mail to find out about their handling fees for parcels from outside the EU first. I found something that said they’d charge £17.95 or so just for ‘handling’ parcels from abroad… I need to check if this applies to non-commercial stuff…

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