Hello, haircare freaks! I am back with another individual review and that too from the current favourite brand of India – Patanjali! Patanjali by Baba Ramdev is gaining popularity day by day and is surely among those brands that are trusted and bought by most households. Patanjali products are now spreading far and wide and have crossed the boundaries of India due to the availability in online websites like Amazon and Nykaa. This brand has a number of products related hair and skin and the latest addition to hair care items is this Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera shampoo. Today’s review is all about this shampoo and though I am late in posting this review, it is better late than never! So scroll down!
What Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Shampoo claims:
How to use this Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera shampoo:
Take 2-5 ml of product and massage on wet hair. Rinse off.
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- Aloe Vera
- Tulsi or Holy Basil
- Amla or Indian gooseberry
and other preservatives
The Patanjali Aloe Vera shampoo comes in a transparent bottle with a green lid that closes tightly. This shampoo has no chances of spilling even when you are travelling and so is easy to carry around. All the information including a detailed ingredient list is mentioned at the back which is a pro for me. The transparent packaging helps to see the amount of product left which is another pro that I find in the packaging sector. Surely Patanjali has improved the packaging area.
Gel like and is soft. Easy to apply and spread on the hair.
Strong Aloe Vera smell that can be a little issue for people with a sensitive nose. This smell is however, artificial.
It lathers much when mixed with water and massaged.
Green in colour.
What I feel about Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera shampoo:
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera shampoo is a natural shampoo that has all natural ingredients. It makes my hair really clean and fresh without over drying it. The presence of Aloe Vera controls dandruff a little bit but not to a great extent. It doesn’t prevent hair fall, at least not for me! Split ends issue can’t be cured with a shampoo so no question arises here and as far the claim of making scalp nourished and healthy – it does that. Overall, for me, this is an average shampoo that does only what a shampoo is supposed to do – clean the hair. Patanjali Milk Protein Shampoo does a better job than this one in terms of everything. No high expectations should be made with this baby!
I won’t really recommend this shampoo if you are looking for a particular solution to anything but if you just want a normal shampoo at a budget-friendly price, then this one can be a good choice!