I was offered the opportunity to test the new Naked Naturals citrus shampoo and conditioner, and it’s great to see a hair product with fewer chemicals and more ingredients I can pronounce!
I have always bought natural soap, but I have skimped on shampoo and conditioner, and now that I think of it, isn’t the shampoo and conditioner in closer contact to our eyes and mucus membranes? After that duh moment, I’m switching to a more natural shampoo. Naked Naturals is trying to have a better ecological footprint with no lauryl sulfates, no animal by-products, no harsh chemicals, no synthetic scents, and not tested on animals.
The Citrus and Keratin Naked Naturals shampoo and conditioner have a good lather and a good scent. The citrus-y scent really smelled clean to me. As a person with medium-long hair, I want a conditioner that de-tangles and leaves my hair feeling stronger, both of which occurred with the Naked Naturals conditioner. I’ve used salon conditioners that left my hair feeling brittle and dry, but after washing and conditioning my hair with the Naked Naturals products, it felt strong.
I’m glad I had the chance to try the Naked Naturals shampoo. I’m planning to pick up a couple bottles so that I can do a long-term test about their claims of strengthening hair. The difference in how my hair feels after only one use is impressive, so I look forward to seeing what happens after a week or two! I’ll have to post a review update.
We give the Naked Naturals products 4 spotlights out of 5; great cleaning and conditioning, much more natural than most shampoos & conditioners, but still has a few unpronounceable words in the ingredients!
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