Here's what I use
body wash - http://www.vitacost.com/Desert-Essen...-Wash-32-fl-oz
yes, it's listed as a face wash, and it does work well as one, but I prefer to use this as a body wash. It is lightly scented with natural oils, but the scent does not linger at all. It is a bit too drying (on my skin) for winter time use, however.
deodorant - I prefer Ban Unscented roll-on. Most white stick antiperspirants leave my armpits extremely itchy. The Ban roll-on is one of the few antiperspirants that doesn't cause me any problems. If you can deal with the chalky white stuff, I've found that the Arm & Hammer unscented truly IS unscented (unlike say Mitchum or Sure, both of which actually have fragrance listed [and smellable] in their supposedly unscented product. The Mitchum was a damn strong clean musk note - NOT what I want in an unscented deo.) For days when I don't need to stop the sweating but just kill the odor, I like to use one of those Crystal Deo Sticks - http://www.vitacost.com/Crystal-Body-Deodorant-Stick
Shampoo - I use this http://www.vitacost.com/Desert-Essen...c-Tea-Tree-Oil
It has a strongish tea tree smell but it doesn't last very long (the matching conditioner, despite being all naturally scented, is too strong for my tastes).
Conditioner - For conditioner I use the Suave brand "Rosemary & Mint" - it's cheap (< $5 for a huge 32 ounce bottle), it smells good but not too strong, and actually has a fair number of natural botanicals in it. Most of all, it really works for my hair.
You may find that (some) scents last much longer on you once you switch to a different soap. Surely almost all soaps leave some residue on our skin and change its pH level (if indeed they aren't neutral), so it should be little surprise that scents can and do behave differently given different soap usage.