This Is Truly Rescue Hair Care!

I was sent a few Naked products to review a week or so ago (just before the big computer drama) and they were happily chilling on my shelf waiting to be used until I read this review from Given that I speak a lot about hair damage both here and in my videos I get a lot of recommendations but the Naked range has to be the most suggested for me to try. I don’t know why I haven’t rushed out to buy it myself before now.. I think the awful L’Oreal EverPure/Strong/Sleek  shampoos put me off sulphate free completely. Regardless I am here to tell you that I used these last night and they are INCREDIBLE! It’s not often that after one use of anything I am so quick to jump on and blog about them but seriously.. you absolutely have to try this stuff! I did use a sachet of their deep conditioner as well, I’ll be honest but I’m eager to get the two of these on the open road alone and see what they can do to my hair.

At just £4.19 each (2 for £6 at the moment here) you can’t afford not to try them. They even do kids shampoos for £2.99 which I will definitely be picking up for Ella next time I’m in Boots. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a link to the deep conditioner I tried but if I find it in sachet or tub form online anywhere you will be the first to know. I also have a couple of skin care items from the range to try so expect that review to come soon but overall I am just kicking myself for not trying this when you all told me to! My hair is soft, smooth, shiny but most of all it feels CLEAN… and that’s something I thought wasn’t possible when you’re talking sulphate free. So if like me you’ve had a bad experience with a rubbish ‘natural’ product, don’t let that put you off.. try something new.. try something NAKED!

Miss BB



    • missbudgetbeauty
      17 July, 2012 / 3:54 pm

      yeah it just didn’t clean my hair.. was rubbish! and thanks for the link x

  1. 17 July, 2012 / 3:42 pm

    I picked this brand about a month ago at Boots and was wondering if it was any good but I thought a sulphate free was probably the best thing for my hair loss problem.
    I bought the Body Building Shampoo for fine and limp hair and agree with you, it’s incredible, I could immediately see the difference! However, for my long hair I have to use a good amount of shampoo in each wash to really feel I cleaned every spot. So it probably is a little pricey as it doesn’t last long.
    I also bought the Mild Shampoo for my partner which I thought could help his dandruff but unfortunately it only helped with the itchiness.

    • missbudgetbeauty
      17 July, 2012 / 3:53 pm

      ahh yes well my hairs very short now so wouldn’t have even considered that! but great products all the same

  2. Hetty
    17 July, 2012 / 10:27 pm

    I tried this brand once… completely destroyed my hair! Left it like straw, it was awful! Glad it worked better for you.

    • missbudgetbeauty
      18 July, 2012 / 10:26 am

      really? well that just goes to show how different products work on different people ’cause I would have sworn this would be amazing for everyone

  3. 21 July, 2012 / 2:23 pm

    I seem to be the only person in the world who doesn’t hate L’oreal EverPure… someone please tell me I’m not alone.

    But I do like the Naked Volumising shampoo and conditioner.

    • missbudgetbeauty
      22 July, 2012 / 8:48 am

      I’m sure you’re not, I think it’s a hair type thing and my hair hated it

  4. Rose
    7 June, 2015 / 2:44 pm

    I once bought a tub of a deep conditioner from the brand and it was amazing. My hair is super dry and frizzy and this stuff worked brilliantly. Unfortunately, I don’t think they stock it any more, which is a shame… it did last ages though. I think it had something called meadowfoam in it, but this was quite a few years ago and I don’t know whether it was that for certain. Still, it was better than other products I have tried, of which there have been many.

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