Most Frequently Asked Question About MopTop
I am often asked: Why does MopTop have two product lines and what is the difference anyway?
Great question! I launched the MopTop brand with the Salon line 12 yrs ago. It is sold in salons and on our website.
Here are the main highlights of the Salon Line:
- The ingredients are richer, more emollient, salon-grade, and have more moisturizing ingredients.
- The products have water-soluble wheat and soy proteins.
- Most of the Salon line is paraben-free, with the exception of the Daily Conditioner (we were unable to get this product to perform as well without it).
- There are no sulfates, waxes or dyes.
- The product scents have hints of lavender, mint, and citrus.
- The products are offered in retail (8-12 oz) and salon (liters and gallons) sizes.
At the time I went on my own personal natural journey and started having gluten issues, I had several friends encouraging me to talk to Whole Foods. Whole Foods liked the concept and asked if I would consider reformulating to have a retail line without wheat and soy. I agreed, and we called this our Natural product line.
The Natural line launched into the Southwest Region of Whole Foods in October of 2013. The main highlights of the Natural Line:
- The products are infused with aloe, sea botanicals, and honey.
- They are no parabens, phthalates, sulfates, dyes, silicone, gluten, and soy - They have a smaller percentage of moisturizing ingredients.
- The natural products are only available in retail sizes from 2-8 oz and range in price from $9.99 – $14.99.
- The product scents are fresh and citrusy (citrus medley, bamboo, citrus bamboo, and citrus kumquat).
We focus on partnering with retailers like Whole Foods, HEB, Central Market and independents.