BARE NAKED Body Oil is a lightweight, deeply nourishing, indulgent body oil to feed your skin with minerals and vitamins. Oil makes your skin incredibly soft and tends to have a much higher concentration of potent ingredients like antioxidants and vitamins, which make skin cells more functional at retaining water and less susceptible to damage.

When you apply oil to wet skin it will last longer than any lotion and absorbs 60% more as compared to dry skin.

I always say,  you don’t know how good it is until you try it.. Body oils provide incredible hydration as nature intended. Infused with green tea, green coffee seed, and sea kelp extracts,  along with a hand picked blend of organic oils that have been selected to help stimulate the lymphatic system as well as hydrate, nourish and rebalance skin.


Most natural oils are easily and happily absorbed by the skin, won’t clog pores and suited for all skin types!

Contrary to common belief, body oils hydrate without leaving behind a greasy coating or feel.

Oils are a natural solution packed with vitamins and nutrients that have the amazing ability to balance the skin!



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While oils have been used for hundreds of years in skincare and beauty products, it is more recently we are again seeing the huge benefits of using pure plant oils to hydrate our skin.

Body oils are easy to apply, are quick to absorb, super hydrating and give your skin a gorgeous healthy glow.


Our skin naturally produces oil to hydrate, protect and keep our skin healthy. As we get older our skin produces less oils naturally, so body oils are a great addition to help boost healthy oils and keep us looking younger. Botanical oils (oils extracted from plants, nuts, seeds and flowers) have a huge range of beneficial properties. They are packed with vitamins, minerals, proteins, omegas, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. These penetrate the epidermal layer to aid in repairing skin at a deeper level and can help improve skin tone, elasticity, rejuvenate, hydrate, heal and fight the signs of aging.


Oils can replace your normal moisturizers or can be incorporated into your routine and used before your moisturizer after a shower. In winter, or dryer months, oils are perfect to include as an extra boost of hydration, after you shower and before you moisturize.

Oils work best when applied to slightly damp skin, locking in moisture and keeping skin smooth and well hydrated.


However getting into the habit of applying oil to wet skin can take a little training and getting used to. Having to stop yourself for reaching for the towel strait away when you get out of the shower, and then having to wait around for a few minutes to let the oil start working its magic and properly skin in can take some adjusting to, but once you get into the habit you wont know what you were doing before hand.

Cocolume’s oil range is where the profound skin nourishing comes from and compromises of over 20 powerhouse plant oils loaded with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory functions. Brief descriptions of our oils attributes are listed for you:


Treats oil, acne, anti-aging as well as extremely moisturizing. It is an amazing oil – great for oily or acne prone skin as it possesses astringent qualities. Great for all body and skin types as it is the lightest of all oils and easily absorbed into the skin and high in antioxidants. Grape Seed Oil’s Essential Fatty Acids, vitamin E, and flavonoids make it an asset in treating various health conditions, especially on the skin.


Soothes dry skin, relieves itching and is richer than some oils this nourishing nut oil is high in oleic acid and omega 9 fatty acids which are capable of a somewhat deeper penetration into the layers of the skin than other fatty acids. It may also have anti-inflammatory activity due to the presence of quercetin, a flavonoid compound found in almond skins and antioxidant activity due to high levels of vitamin a and e. Sweet Almond oil helps to relieve itching for it has a soothing and calming effect. It contains high levels of fatty acids, proteins and vitamins B1, B2, B6.


This is an incredible oil, with high levels of omega 6 and proteins green in colour due to high levels of chlorophyll, packed with nutrients and easily absorbed into the skin. Hemp seed oil has the perfect fatty acid profile, it possesses many therapeutic properties such as reducing inflammation, clearing acne and soothing eczema. Though very popular in Eastern cultures, hemp seed oil is just recently gaining popularity in the Western world as a multi-purpose natural remedy. Its essential fatty acids boost the immune system, brain, hair, skin, and nails.


Often called the miracle tree. Moringa oils benefits are numerous. India’s ancient tradition of Ayurveda says that the properties in the various parts of the Moringa tree prevent 300 diseases. Modern science confirms the basic notion, as the leaves are packed with health promoting properties. Scientific research has proven that it has a very high nutritional value. Moringa contains 90 different types of nutrients, 46 antioxidants, proteins and 36 anti-inflammatory agents. Moringa absorbs deep into the skin and supports the skin barrier, which is vital for protecting us from external damage, such as pollution, and is also critical to sealing in hydration.


Marula oil is one Africa’s greatest skin care oils. High in nutritional value, rich in oleic acid and anti-oxidants, marula oil absorbs quickly and hydrates the skin, healing skin tissue, reducing redness, reduces trans-epidermal water loss and increase smoothness of the skin. Being high in palmitic acid, it creates a protective coating on the surface of the skin, making it a valuable oil for dry skin. 


Castor oil is antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal.  It’s often used on irritated skin.  Castor oil is considered a warm oil that promotes the circulation of fluids in the body and can relieve the soreness resulting from overworking the muscles, it soothes joint pain, and being full of fatty acids canola oil deeply moisturises and nourishes the skin.


Produced from the nuts of the Argan tree that grow only in Southwestern Morocco, Argan oil is known by many as “liquid gold”. It boasts essential fatty acids, anti-oxidants, vitamins, and minerals that promote overall health without any negative side effects like harmful toxins and parabens found in other beauty care products.

It’s superb moisturizing properties make Argan oil ideal for face moisturizer, hydrating toner, rejuvenating face mask, leave-in conditioner, and moisturizer on pregnant bellies. Blended with essential oils for specific cosmetic purposes, Argan oil is unstoppable.


Arnica oil is found to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, and may be helpful for treating or relieving muscle aches, spasms, pulled muscles, sprains, bruises, swelling, insect bites and general pain.


Calendula oil has anti-inflammatory properties and can soften and soothe skin, therefore aiding in healing of skin conditions. In past wars was used to help heal wounds, scars and infections


Tamanu oil has one of the best healing properties of all carrier oils. Experts recommend that at least 10-50% concentration of the oil is required to enjoy maximum therapeutic benefits. In medical aromatherapy, it is used as an anti-viral medication, for wound healing and for pain relief.


Beautifully green cold pressed rich in skin softening sterolins. Avocado oil offers enhanced penetration of the vitamins it contains. Avocado oil soothes itchy skin conditions, is highly penetrative and contains essential fatty acids, protein, potassium, lecithin, vitamin B, D and A.


Evening Primrose Oil is used to combat skin dryness and skin irritations. It’s great for the skin and hair and is said to reduce conditions like eczema, psoriasis and premature aging of skin. Being very high in Gamma Linoleic Acid, it has been shown to improve skin functions, moisture, elasticity, firmness, and roughness. GLA increases circulation as well, which can help skin stay vibrant and glowing. It is rich in the flavonoid catechin, another antioxidant and in the amino acid phenylalanine, which is being studied for pain relief.

Evening Primrose oil has fatty acids gamma-linoleic acid and it can be taken internally to improve digestion and reduce inflammation. It is said to help with various skin conditions.


Camellia Seed Oil, also known as The Beauty Secret of the Geishas. The oil has remarkable skin restorative properties, which is why it’s been used by Japanese women for decades and it is still one of the most treasured beauty oils. Camellia oil is rich in vitamin A, B and E, polyphenols and mono-saturated essential fatty acids – omega 3,6,9 (oleic acid being dominant). This cocktail of powerful bio-active components has the ability to penetrate the skin with ease, without clogging the pores or leaving greasy residues, which makes it ideal for both dry/aging skin and oily/ acne prone skin. Camellia oil stands out as one of the botanical oils with the highest content of naturally occurring antioxidants, this plays key role in the prevention of premature aging. Another impressive characteristic of the oil is the fact that it contains phytosqualen – natural component that has similar structure to the fat your skin produces. Phytasualens make the oil especially great for dry skin, because it restores the disrupted lipid barrier, helping the skin regenerate on its own. Not only this – Camellia oil has outstanding water retaining properties – it hydrates and nourishes, leaving your face supple, smooth and glowing.


Cleopatra used to use Olive Oil in all her beauty regimes, so no wonder it is a wonder moisturizer, packed with anti aging antioxidants and hydrating squalene, making it superb for skin moisturisation. Olive Oil is rich in vitamin E, helping tone, repair, refresh dry, damaged and tired skin. It is used extensively as anointing oil as it is very compatible with all skin types.


Jojoba Oil is antibacterial oil, it helps clear skin and protects from free radicals. It is useful for those with acne or oily skin and has anti-inflammatory properties. Jojoba Oil is very close to the oils your body naturally produces.  It absorbs in to your skin easily without being greasy.


The most amazing of all powerhouse oils Rosehip seed oil is a lavish aromatherapy treatment for wrinkles, inflamed skin and to remove scars. Rosehip oil also has excellent regenerative properties for the skin especially with respect to curing conditions due to scarring and contains the super antioxidant lycopene to help repair sun damage.


Other than jojoba oil, Macadamia is the closest match to the naturally occurring sebum of the skin. It is hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic. It contains squalene and oleic acid that assists with cell regeneration and is particularly useful for dry or chapped skin as it softens and moisturises. It contains omega 6 linoleic acid which is useful for balancing sebum production in oily skin and creates a natural protective barrier. It also contains omega 7 or palmitoleic acid, which is beneficial for wound healing, wounds, scratches and burns. The most important is that Macadamia Oil contains phytosterols that assist with itchiness and redness. And It’s highly emollient yet light and penetrating that’s excellent for dry and mature skins that have a reduced production of natural sebum.


It’s common knowledge that vitamin E is good for your skin, but not many people could tell you exactly what this nutrient does, vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects and repairs your skin. Vitamin E is an oil-soluble nutrient and is hence heavier than water-soluble products. It restores the lost moisture, and this is why it works best for dry and damaged skin, Just some of the benefits include: lightening scars Anti-Ageing, Treats Dark Circles; and help treat sunburns


Borage is well known as one of the richest sources of essential fatty acids known to man. It is the richest source of gamma linolenic acid (GLA) – up to 25%. It is also a fantastic source of vitamins and minerals. Applying it to both sunburned and aged skin has incredible hydrating benefits, it is also  perfect for sensitive skin issues. It provides your skin with these essential fatty acids that it’s lacking, keeping your skin healthy. It not only restores moisture and smoothness to dry and damaged skin but can also provide relief to people who suffer from chronic skin disorders such as eczema and atopic dermatitis. Clinically Borage Oil has been shown to be a very effective agent for treating these skin disorders and for alleviating the inflammatory symptoms that are associated. Borage Oil helps restore the intracellular moisture barrier of adult skin that is either chronically dry or has been environmentally damaged.  For everyday use, Borage oil positively affects the texture, suppleness and moisture content of skin. Simply put, Borage oil is good for your skin.



Baobab oil is native to, and one of the prominent oils from Africa. The oil is derived from the seeds of the Baobab tree and the pulp of the fruit is six times richer in vitamin C than an orange. The oil is rich in vitamins A, D, E, F and essential fatty acids. Because of its high concentration of vitamins makes it a very nourishing oil beneficial for dry skin. Baobab oil is absorbed quickly through the skin and it improves its elasticity by encouraging the regeneration of skin cells without clogging the pores. Being extremely rich in essential fatty acid its useful in helping alleviate chronic dry skin conditions and helps promote smooth skin. 


Cacay oil contains 50% more vitamin E and twice the amount of Linoleic Acid than Argan Oil, as well as three times more retinol (a derivative of vitamin A) than Rosehip oil. Retinol helps combat wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Cacay Oil is the latest ‘Anti-ageing’ oil that is made from the fatty seeds of the Cacay plant, found in South America, making it the latest ‘miracle oil’, Cacay oil is the ‘Superfood’ for your skin. It quickly penetrates, nourishes and hydrates the skin. Cacay oil is known for its high concentration of antioxidants, which work to keep body cells, collagen and elastin from damage by free radicals, which in turn helps keep skin young and healthy. It is Anti-ageing, anti-wrinkle, anti-inflammatory, and deeply moisturising for the skin. Cacay Oil protects and hydrates the skin, improves elasticity, making skin resilient, and also stimulates collagen production.



Safflower oil rich in beneficial linoleic acid offers many benefits for your skin. It can fight acne, wrinkles, and dry skin. It also helps heal wounds and lighten pigmentation. And it can improve the barrier function of skin when it is compromised by essential fatty acid deficiency. Safflower oil is rich in linoleic acid, which accounts for about 70% of its composition, just what your skin needs if you are grappling with acne. Poor levels of linoleic acid can lead to hyperkeratinization, (increased levels of keratin, a protein present in your skin, hair, and nails). This causes dead skin cells to stick together rather than sloughing off, leading in turn to clogged skin pores and pimples. Linoleic acid has also been used to successfully treat melasma, a hyperpigmentation disorder where you get dark patches of skin and out your skin tone. It can also suppress the production of melanin and decrease hyperpigmentation caused by exposure to UV rays. It also speeds up the turnover of the outermost layer of skin or the stratum corneum which results in the removal of melanin.Vitamin E in safflower oil also helps protect the skin from the ravages of the sun thanks to its ability to counter oxidative stress.



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Weight 200 g
Dimensions 20 × 30 × 40 cm

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