Naked Rescue Intensive Care Conditioner – frizzy, damaged hair
Hair in distress from styling and colouring abuse needs all the help it can get. So we use shea nut butter ( such a smooth operator ) which, together with olive and brassicacae oil extracts, works really hard to help repair and improve the appearance of split, snapped or frizzy hair. Using plant based conditioning ingredients, this effective formulation throws a lifeline to weakened hair without petrochemical residue build up.
Vegetarian and vegan friendly.
Aqua, Cetearyl alcohol, Brassicamidopropyl dimethylamine (derived from brassicacae oil), Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, Butyrospermum parkii (shea) nut butter, Passion incarnata (passion) seed oil, Dicaprylyl ether, Glycerin, Lauryl Alcohol, Cocodimonium hydroxypropyl hydrolyzed wheat protein, Aspartic acid, Hydrxypropyl oxidized Starch PG-Trimonium Chloride, Starch hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, Sodium lactate, Sodium chloride, Parfum, Chlorphenesin, Urea, Citric acid, Coumarin, Linalool, Lactic acid.
After washing, squeeze out excess water. Massage evenly through hair for a minute or two, then rinse away. Gently combing through will help tackle any tangles before rinsing off. For even better results, regularly alternate with Naked Rescue Intensive Care Hair Treatement.
I have eczema and allergies, and have found it hard (read nearly impossible) to find hair products that don't irritate and that actually work (so difficult to tick both of those boxes!!). My hair can be dry and frizzy and is very long. I haven't bought a different conditioner for months now and there is no build up, I have light, soft, bouncy, shiny waves, something that I could only only achieve with a trip to the hairdresser before. I would recommend this product to anyone with problem hair like mine. My local Boots have stopped stocking Naked products so I looked online and am delighted to see that Boots were charging £2 more per bottle than the Naked website. Fantastic conditioner, SO glad I discovered Naked. Thank you :)
I bought a range of Naked hair products as part of my 'Curly Girl' regime (no sulphates or silicone to reduce frizz) and I'm loving them. My hair looks noticeably more curly and less frizzy (friends have noticed too) and my scalp is more healthy than it's been for years. All of the products I'm using (incl. little miracle leave in conditioner, gorgeous curls taming cream & frizz fighter smoothing serum) smell lovely and I like the simple packaging. I would highly recommend this range if you want to zap the frizz.
I bought this at the same time as the Gorgeous Curls Curl taming cream, and after only one use I noticed it had made an amazing difference to my otherwise frizzy and curly hair! My hair had been mistreated by straighteners and curling tongs for a long while now, and was looking dry and strawlike, but just one wash with this stuff and it was soft and simply divine! It smells excellent too, and fought the frizz perfectly, and best of all, its animal friendly! :)
Buy it now!!
I have curly, very dry hair and co-wash with this. It is the best, and also most cost efficient hair conditioner I have found. I always come back to this, and am going to stop trying other products because I am always disappointed with them in comparison.
A fantastic hair conditioner which fixes frizz, moisturizes my hair, isn't too heavy, is cheap, curly girl friendly, and has recycled packaging. Easily their best product in the range for me. Would also recommend the little miracle leave in conditioner. Please never discontinue this!
I'm impressed with how little conditioner I actually had to use with this, it's so creamy and spreads really far. My feels and smells like butter!
(You may have noticed the same review on the Rescue shampoo page, this is because I used the Rescue shampoo and conditioner together as a pair so I thought it would be best to review them that way, and post it on both pages so more people can see it.
Firstly, my hair is wavy/curly and frizzy. I have a lot of this bushy hair although each hair is very fine and that just makes it look a mess. Because of this I have to blow dry it and straighten it with irons every day, combine that with all the bleaching my hair has undergone and you should be able to imagine the state my hair was in.
Now I can see why this gets some bad reviews. I would recommend the Rescue shampoo and conditioner: 1) only to be used together, not mixed and matched with other shampoo/conditioner. 2) only for seriously damaged hair. My hair could be cut and the ends would split instantly.
After the first use (I used the Rescue shampoo and conditioner, leaving the conditioner on a bit longer than the instructions say to) my hair was VERY soft. My ends were still a mess but my hair smelt nice and the softness made a lovely change. But I've been using this every 1-3 days for a few weeks now and the condition of my hair has seriously improved. ( I will add that every week I have swapped one wash with Tresemme's Keratin smooth shampoo and conditioner.) I think the combination has worked VERY well.
After the first few washes I noticed my scalp getting a bit oily but I just kept up the routine and my scalp has compensated by producing less oil. So very happy with this product, I have recommended it to every one!
I'm very impressed, and as soon as my order arrives, I'm going to try Naked's skincare range.
I'd like to see bigger bottles and perhaps a Keratin range from Naked, I would certainly use it over Tresemme's if it existed!
I bought this at the same time as the Repairing Hair Treatment and love them both.
This conditions my long, wurly hair to perfection and I am so glad I found it. After years of using a French brand which is no longer available in this country, I start to hunt around for another silicone-free range and wish I'd tried the Naked Rescue conditioner and treatment years ago!
It's fantastic to have lovely cone-free, cruelty-free products that WORK and are so widely available.
Thank you Naked :)
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