Penny Choose: Naked Bodycare’s Love Me rose body wash

Here’s a new addition to my occasional series of treats that I think represent fantastic value. It’s a shower gel by Naked Bodycare that retails for around the £4 mark for 250ml.

The full name is Love Me Rose Body Wash, and it’s organic and free from parabens, pthalates, petrochemicals and the like – if that’s your sort of product. It’s also suitable for vegetarians and vegans, and no bunnies were hurt in the making of it.


However, that isn’t why I like it so much. I love this stuff because it is rose-scented without being sickly sweet, and it has the tiniest, tiniest hint of clove oil in it. I also love it because it’s almost identical in fragrance, performance and contents to another designer-y shower gel that costs over four times the price.

The cheapest I’ve found the Naked Bodycare version for is £3.79 at Boots, and it’s sometimes included in different multi-buy promotions so keep an eye out for it.

I’m hoping they expand the Love Me range. Meanwhile I’m eyeing up their orange blossom body wash for a neroli oil hit once I’ve come to the end of the rose…

Have you tried this product? If so, what did you think? If not, are you tempted to give it a whirl?


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  1. I’ve been looking at these products for a few weeks now as I am wanting to start using paraben/sls free. I was wondering if you have used their face products too?

    Has anyone compared them to Liz Earle, altho I was a little annoyed to see parabens still in some of her treatment items.


  2. Hi Vanessa, I use this stuff from Simple for face:

    But Naked products are pretty reasonably priced so I might try them too at some point. Let me know how you get on if you try them out first please!

  3. *Cosmetic regulator hat* I wish companies would stop doing this so people aren’t afraid of parabens! Seriously, there was literally JUST a review and nothing is being done, they’re safe.
    *hat off* I’ve been told their shampoos are really good, maybe I’ll switch from Aussie and try them?

  4. Hi Tamsin – fair point, I do like evidence-based stuff. I’m allergic to all sorts, but not parabens…

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