Naked pride themselves on not only being 97% natural but also being complete transparent with all their ingredients. All their products are free from parabens, SLS and petrochemicals. The products are just 97% natural as they include a preservative system and emulsifying agents among other things – though some of their products are up to 95.5% natural it just depends on what ‘extras’ they need.I was sent 3 products from the naked range to have a play with.
My routine when it comes to my face is awful, until recently I would often use water and that was it, I react to so many things, that in the end I gave up and thought stuff it. But lately thanks’ to me re-finding Ginvera, St Ives and this little beauty I have been managing to wash my face twice a day, with no red patches, soreness or dry skin rearing its self. I’ve also started to combat the awful spots (more on that another day).Packed with antioxidants and using Damask Rose, this face wash is said to help keep your skin soft.
I have to agree with the claims it is fine for sensitive skin whole heartedly I know of course some people will react differently but from my years of reacting to all sorts, it is a complete pleasure to be able to use a face wash daily without having a comeback.It is lightly scented with roses, and a little goes a long way, so I’m sure this one bottle will just keep on giving. If you’re after a gentle cleanser that will also remove your make up I would whole heartily recommend you give this one a try.
Bare Faced Cheek Softening Face Wash is priced at £4.49 for 200ml it is completely vegetarian and vegan friendly.
Packed with natural ingredients such as Argan Oil, Meadowfoam and Sunflower, this little packet of hair rescue is said to help repair your hair, by nourishing and protecting. It’s suggested you leave this little beauty on your hair for 3 – 5 minutes after combing it through, if you can wrap it in a towel or pop on a shower cap that will help harness the goodness. After rinsing off well would you be brave enough to finish off with a shot of cold water. I’ve had problems with Argan Oil when it comes to my hair I used a shampoo and conditioner (by someone who shall remain nameless) and found as soon as I put any of it on my hair it felt as though it has stuck fast, so I was a little apprehensive going into this as I had only just got rid of the build-up (thank you head and shoulders you saved me hair again). But this one proved there was nothing to worry about, maybe it was less concentrated, I don’t know whatever it was I am glad to say this left my hair silky smooth, lusciously shiny and easy to brush through, I would be more than happy to incorporate this into my weekly routine as my new hair treatment. I even managed to brave the ‘cold shot’ in the shower, for full reviewing purposes of course – I may never go through that part again.
Naked Rescue Repairing Hair Treatment Sachet is priced at £1.28 for a 20ml sachet again this product is completely vegetarian and vegan friendly.
Containing cucumber to cool and soothe and camomile to help reduce puffiness and dark circles this little number is made for sensitive skin. I have to admit this isn’t the first time I have used this little one, and I still adore it – again like with face washes I often find eye creams too much for my skin, especially when they claim to ‘cool’, but I’ve found this one does just what it says on the packet without irritating my skin. I found it to be great when my eyes are a little tired, it gives them a nice little pep up.
Naked Looking Good Soothing Eye Gel comes in at £7.49 for 15ml.Have you tried Naked Skincare, what do you think of their range?
*Samples provided free of charge for reviewing purposes, this however doesn’t effect my opinions which are as always completely honest.