I’m sure you’re all bored of reading them by now but after our Chemical of the Week posts we’ve been so much more aware of the chemicals in products.
Because of this, Naked have been rating particularly highly on my scale of attention recently and will be getting more the next time I have money too!
My latest buy was the Naked Detox shampoo and conditioner.
Apologies for the late photos, I was too excited to get stuck in using them and see the results I forgot to take photos when I bought them…so they’re more than half used and covered in a Lush bath bomb ha (the red marks) that just won’t come off.
If you could be so kind as to ignore those then I’ll get on with the review…
The shampoo and conditioner are both at least 97% natural, with no parabens, SLS, phthalates or petrochemicals which unbelievable in my view.
The shampoo, being SLS free is harder to lather than your average but this is barely noticeable really. The product smells divine and cleans my hair with no problems considering the vast lack of chemicals in comparison to other available products.
I also like that this is a detox shampoo, using other shampoos can leave a build up of chemicals on your hair weighing it down, but this gets rid of it very well.
One of my favourite parts of Naked products is the packaging, quite simple but always with some quirky comments and things worded just a bit more fun and refreshing than others!
The conditioner feels pretty good to put on wet hair and definitely makes my hair feels smooth and back to a better condition than before.
Love that they write on each packaging that they don’t test on Bambi Lassie or Skippy!
This sounds like a fabulous company that I’m really looking forward to buying more from, browsing their website was not good for my bank balance 😉
(although having said that, they’re not expensive, I just want EVERYTHING!)
You can take a good look at their products here
I’ve got a scrub to trial next!
What do you think of Naked products? Anything on your list from there or that you’ve used before?