Product review: Naked Brunette Radiance Shampoo and Conditioner

Naked Brunette Radiance shampoo and conditioner

As I love discovering new brands and products, I was thrilled to be sent the Naked Brunette Radiance shampoo and conditioner to try – I cannot believe I had not come across the Naked brand before!

Naked products are 97% natural, made with botanical products – which is great – and they have an extensive range of caring beauty and hygiene products, not only haircare.

The shampoo is light brown in colour, has elderberry and sage to give brunette hair that extra boost. The bottle is made with 50% recycled materials and recyclable, of course!

Naked Brunette Radiance shampoo and conditioner

The smell is very mild and nice, plant-like, very fresh. It lathers alright (I wasn’t expecting it to – it is actually very good for a sulphate-free shampoo) and the second application is even better. It feels a tiny bit tingly, like mint, which I like! My hair felt very clean, my scalp refreshed.

The conditioner is white with a creamy consistency and smells plant-y too! I applied on my hair and left it for a couple minutes before rinsing. It feels very fresh, and the hair felt soft. The tube is 100% recyclable!

My hair dried very soft, shiny and light – I am very pleased with this duo!

Packaging is simple and functional. I like their logo and the text on the back of the products. Both shampoo and conditioner contains no parabens,sulphates, phthalates or petrochemicals; are not tested on animals, are suitable for vegetarians and vegans and made in the UK.Naked Brunette Radiance shampoo and conditioner

At the moment, the new Naked Brunette Radiance shampoo and conditioner are on special offer for only £2.66 each (normal price £3.99 for 250ml) on the Naked website, where can find these two and many other products, including bath, body, shower, kids and baby ranges!

8 thoughts on “Product review: Naked Brunette Radiance Shampoo and Conditioner

  1. I’ve been having the usual dry scalp and crispy ends problems that crop up once the heat comes on in the winter… 😦 Just bought this shampoo and conditioner and have only used it two or three times so far while also using up the last of the old bottle of shampoo I had, and a dab of extra hair-mask conditioning for the ends…they do a wonderful haystack impression, otherwise. Maybe my scalp is just sensitive because of the dryness and itching/scratching, as I found my scalp got a little uncomfortable when I was scrubbing in the shampoo the first time with my fingertips, beyond tingling, it was almost burning? At that point I rinsed it out pretty quickly and it hasn’t been sore or sensitive since, and I’ve been careful to not be overzealous with my poor follicles in subsequent shampooings. No other problems or concerns with it so far–maybe the scalp sensitivity was just another part of my head adjusting to the indoor and outdoor climate changes, and generally there’s an awkward period for my hair whenever I switch brands or types of shampoo, anyway.

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    • Hi Emily
      Sadly, I can relate to the dry scalp and crispy ends at this time of the year 😦
      I always feel a bit of tingling, but nothing near uncomfortable, i actually find it quite nice… maybe your scalp is indeed over-sensitive… also, people also respond differently to products, especially those with sensitiveness-prone skin.
      The only reason I don’t worry too much is because they are 97% natural and it’s a huge relief. I’ve been using it for a while (at least once a week, as I use other shampoos and conditioners in my routine) and it has treated my hair alright – still need a bit of a mask too. Terrible time for hair!
      Hope that passes – if in doubt, get in touch with the Naked customer care (http://www.nakedbodycare.co.uk/contact-us), they have an 0800 number! I am sure they will be able to answer all of your questions and ease your concerns!
      Thanks for dropping by and for your comment!
      Happy holidays (and hopes of better hair-days!)
      Dani xxx

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      • Thanks for your reply! Yes, I didn’t worry about it overmuch given that it’s a mostly natural shampoo, and my skin & scalp generally aren’t too sensitive, so I’m hoping this was just a passing flare up of cranky winter head! 😉 I tend to scramble the products I use as well, so now and again will just run a cider vinegar rinse through my hair to refresh it if there’s any build-up. Like a re-set button for my hair!
        Happy holidays to you, too! 🙂 (13+ hour flight, tomorrow…I’m sure my thirsty hair will LOVE that…not. I’ve been pre-emptively deep-conditioning my ends every other night for the past week, ha!)

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  2. I’ve been having the usual dry scalp and crispy ends problems that crop up once the heat comes on in the winter… 😦 Just bought this shampoo and conditioner and have only used it two or three times so far while also using up the last of the old bottle of shampoo I had, and a dab of extra hair-mask conditioning for the ends…they do a wonderful haystack impression, otherwise. Maybe my scalp is just sensitive because of the seasonal dryness and itching, as I found my scalp got a little uncomfortable when I was scrubbing in the shampoo the first time with my fingertips, beyond tingling, it was almost burning? At that point I rinsed it out pretty quickly and it hasn’t been sore or sensitive since, and I’ve been careful to not be overzealous with my poor follicles in subsequent shampooings. No other problems or concerns with it so far–maybe the scalp sensitivity was just another part of my head adjusting to the indoor and outdoor climate changes, and generally there’s an awkward period for my hair whenever I switch brands or types of shampoo, anyway.

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