I prefer organic or herbal shampoos over chemically laden shampoos. I fear myself getting grey hair at the age of 26. I tried so many herbals shampoos and none of them really suited my hair. I went to Patanjali store to get few things I always repurchase from them (Read Best Patanjali Products you should try HERE). My eyes landed on this Patanjali shampoo and I thought of giving it a try. Today I am going to discuss my experience with Patanjali Kesh Kanti Natural Hair Cleanser.
Price: 70 INR Buy online HERE
Net vol: 200ml
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Natural Hair Cleanser comes in a sturdy, white opaque plastic bottle with a brown flip top lid. The lid seems quite fragile to me but nevertheless it is quite tight and can be easily carried around during traveling without any fear of leakage or spillage. The packaging is fairly simple yet looks nice. It is almost similar to Patanjali Kesh Kanti Milk Protein Shampoo (Read my review HERE). The shampoo is brownish orange in color with a prominent smell of orange. The scent and color are the same as that of Patanjali Kesh Kanti Hair Cleanser (Read my review HERE) and I was confused if it is the same shampoo with changed name.
The texture of the shampoo is soft and smooth with good consistency. It is neither very thick nor very thin. You are greeted with the orange scent as soon as it is dispensed out. The scent is lively and pleasant and won’t bother sensitive noses. I always make sure to dilute my shampoo to reduce the damage the chemicals may cause to the hair. The shampoo is easily applied and gets spread to my medium length hair. Whenever I oil my hair, I require more shampoo than required though it happens with all the shampoos in my case. It creates good lather and the scent does not tend to intensify. It is easily rinsed away. After using the shampoo, my hair feels soft, thoroughly cleansed (I apply oil before washing my hair!) and manageable with a healthy shine. I have soft, silky hair with dry and frizzy ends. My ends feel soft and I could not find any or less knots that I used to face when I use harsh shampoos. It controls the frizz but I always make sure to apply a good conditioner to make my hair soft and moisturized. It does not leave greasy residue behind or any build up. It claims to control hair fall but as I am not suffering from any so could not share my experience regarding it. But if you have severe dandruff then it might not help you though the company does not claim to reduce dandruff. The scent does not linger and fades away as soon as the shampoo is rinsed off. I have not experienced any adverse effects whilst using it. My cousin with dry hair loves this shampoo. The shampoo contains all good and natural ingredients like amla, shikakai, henna, neem, tulsi, aloe vera that I love using in my hair packs.
• Soft and smooth texture.
• Good consistency.
• The scent is refreshing and pleasing.
• Creates good lather.
• Makes hair soft, manageable and thoroughly cleansed.
• Imparts a healthy shine to the hair.
• Contains all good ingredients.
• Easy to rinse off.
• Does not leave residue behind.
• Easily available.
• Reasonably priced.
• Travel friendly packaging.
• Suits all hair types.
• I could not find any!
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