5 May 2013

Hair | Naked Care for Sensitive Scalp


I've been having some issues with my scalp at the moment, it's been a bit flaky and I've been trying to find something to help combat it. I say these on a blog a few months ago and thought I should give them a go. They are 97% natural and are made up of very good things.

This particular type is made of neroli and cotton seed, honestly I'm not a huge fan of the smell, it doesn't really appeal to me at all which is a shame as I love the idea of the organic/natural brand. In terms of the product itself, it's easy to use, foams up easily and isn't too over-foamy. It applied nicely and made my hair feel squeaky clean. The product lasts quite a while as well, which is a nice change.

Afterwards, if I'm honest, I didn't make my hair feel as soft and nice as a lot of other shampoos and conditioners, which was a bit disappointing. My hair was still clean and it did keep the grease at bay for a while longer than others. In terms of scalp, it didn't improve it at all if I'm honest. It kept the itchiness at bay, which was a complete relief, but I still had my flakes, so in that respect it didn't really do what I wanted it to do.

Overall, it is a nice product - but probably not one that I would repurchase unfortunately. Sorry Naked!

What anti-dandruff shampoos do you use?


  1. I've not enjoyed using the NAKED hair products to be honest, I have the colour range and I'm just not bothered by them :(

    The conditioner is better than the shampoo though I'll give them that. It's a shame this range didn't impress you much!
    Amy xx
    A Little Boat Sailing

    1. Definitely a shame as I love the idea of it being natural, but just didn't work for me :( never know, may work on others but just not my hair!!
      Glad it isn't just me though :) x


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