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MopTop Hair Care Line Launches in Whole Body Department of Whole Foods - Southwest Region

'Frizz-free' products contain no silicones, waxes or sulfates

DALLAS, Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "My daughter has been using MopTop products for long enough that she can't live without them!!"


"Absolutely wonderful products!"

"I love your hair products.  I have tried a bazillion, and MopTop gives my hair control while keeping curls soft and natural feeling.  My crusade is to eliminate as many toxins from my beauty regimen as I can.  Not only do I love the way MopTop works, I love that it's free of toxins.  Plus the smell makes it feel like a 'mini spa' every morning."

MopTop launched (September 2013) two natural hair care lines: MopTop and FuzzyDuck in Whole Foods, the world's leading natural and organic foods supermarket. 

The launch consists of 10 "frizz free" products that meet the Company's Premium Body Care Standards with the newest, Clarifying Rescue Treatment, being exclusive.  MopTop is a natural hair line designed to help tame dry, frizzy, color/chemically treated hair without build-up but with ease, leaving hair soft and curls defined. There are no silicones, waxes or sulfates in the product line and no alcohol in the styling products (Innovative and real pH-balanced & stable, sulfate-free products that guarantee optimum hair health). With four successful categories including Clarifying, Shampoos, Conditioners and Stylers. (With suggested retail prices of $9.99 to $14.99).

Next to one's face, hair is the second thing that is perceived about someone before stature or clothes.  It is an important factor in building confidence and self-esteem. That's why MopTop has set out to change the world – one frizzy head at a time.

MopTop caters to customers ages 11-50+, and FuzzyDuck caters to ages 2-10 years (tear free).  Products are available in the stores' Whole Body departments. They do not contain any of the 300+ ingredients banned on the Premium Body Care Standard list and have not been tested on animals. The lines include:

  • MopTop® Clarifying Rescue Treatment
  • MopTop® Gentle Shampoo
  • MopTop® Light or Daily Conditioner
  • MopTop® Leave-In Conditioner
  • MopTop® Medium Hold Anti-Frizz Gel
  • MopTop® Curly Hair Custard
  • FuzzyDuck® Kids Shampoo & Bodywash
  • FuzzyDuck® Kids Conditioner
  • FuzzyDuck® Kids Detangle & Leave-In
  • FuzzyDuck® Kids Gel

MopTop products are made in Texas and shipped from our warehouse to the United States and other countries.  Products have been featured on "Good Morning America"'s website and a televised "Good Afternoon America" segment, in Modern Salon, Cosmo Girl, InStyle, Southlake Style, Living, and many other publications.  Several products won the Editors Choice for 2013. 

MopTop is useful for all hair types with a quality product that buyers can trust. Search to view products.  Have many FRIZZ FREE days!

MopTop, Inc.

Founded in 2002 by Kelly Foreman, MopTop, Inc. is a global company of hair care that inspires millions to discover confidence and natural beauty.   MopTop is dedicated to providing the finest natural hair care products.  With years of industry experience and research, MopTop understands and supports all aspects of the hair care experience including branding, creative, manufacturing, distribution, education, motivation and the customer experience.

MopTop and MopTop Products are registered by MopTop.

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