Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Shampoo Review

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Shampoo Review

By Taniya

Patanjali is a well known brand in the Indian market. It is famous for its affordable and effective health, hair and skin care products. The product that I am going to review today is a haircare product – PATANJALI KESH KANTI ALOE VERA SHAMPOO. Now lets see how this product fared for me.

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What it claims- Prevents hairfall, minimize split ends, removes dirt from hair and scalp. Makes hair thick and beautiful.

Usage- Take 2-3 ml of product on hand, message on wet hair and then rinse off. The whole usage instruction is written in Hindi though.

Ingredients: Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Shampoo Review, Patanjali Reviews, Haircare Blog India

Each 10ml contains extract of

● Aloevera- 500mg

● Hibiscus rosa sinensis – 1.0mg

● Ocimum sanctum (tulsi) – 1.0mg

● Baccopa monnieri (bhrami) – 1.0mg

● Sapindus trifoliatus (reetha) – 1.0mg

● Emblica offcinalis (amla) – 1.0mg

● Eclipta alba (bhringraj) – 1.0mg

● Lawsonia innermis (heena) – 1.0mg

● Acacia concina (shikakai) – 1.0mg

● Curcuma longa (haldi) – 1.0mg

● Tinospora cordifolia (giloyi) – 1.0mg

● Psoralea corylifolia (bakuchi) – 1.0mg

● Base material qs

Now all the base materials are listed separately too.

● Aqua surfacant base

● Tocopherol

● D-Panthenol

● Permitted colour

● Preservative

● Sugandhit dravya

Price – 75 INR for 200ml of product

Shelf life – 2 years

My take:-

This new launch from Patanjali Ayurved has a different packaging than their other variants. This one comes in a transparent bottle and it very easy to see the amount of product left. The flip top cap shuts tightly with a click which makes it travel friendly.

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The shampoo is light green in colour with a gel consistency but when I apply it on my wet hair it lathers very well and my hair is clean in the first wash itself. The smell is citrusy and is mainly like their aloevera gel making it very refreshing for me. It lingers for a good time after I have finished washing my hair.

I am using this product for about 2 weeks now and I have seen my hair become soft and manageable after each hair wash. Even when I washed my hair once without conditioner, it didn’t make my hair very dry and rough. It has controlled the oiliness of my hair and even after 2 days my hair feels soft and so much clean. It has controlled my hairfall to some extent but I can’t comment on split ends as I don’t have as such.

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There is no mention of parabens or SLS in the ingredient list so I will like to infer that it is free from these harmful stuff which is a big yay for me. The cons that I feel might be the availability as Patanjali products are sometimes out of stock and are not easily available online. Again I need a little more quantity of shampoo than their other variants for my mid-length hair. But considering their price, I feel it is a steal deal.

Pros-

● Affordable and effective

● Ayurvedic so no side effects

● Contains all good ingridients especially aloevera

● Makes hair soft, smooth and manageable

● Controls hair fall

● Controls oiliness in hair

● Refreshing smell

● Does what it claims

● No parabens or sls

● Better than their other variants

Cons-

● Availability might be an issue

● Need more quantity than others

● Not completely preservative or chemical free

● Packaging can be better

Repurchase and recommendation – Yes in both cases. I love this shampoo specially for summers and monsoons when both me and my hair need to feel fresh.

Overall- It is a very effective shampoo from Patanjali with all natural goodness and it does what it claims to do. And considering the price it is a definitely worth a try.

Editor’s Note: That’s a nice review Taniya, I am looking at trying a few Patanjali products, this one definitely seems worth a try.

Have you tried this Patanjali Aloe Vera Shampoo yet?

  • TapaswiniSwain

    Aloe vera enriched products usually suit me, it is so inexpensive, i will give this a try, all shampoos of patanjali contain sles, though I don’t understand why they hv not mentioned

    • sameer

      I don’t recommend u this shampoo completely tear ur hair apart and it also increases our hair fall!! This product is such bullshit!! U might switch on to vaadi….

  • medchrome

    Is it for males too

  • Sanjeev

    The base material clearly indicates surfacants which are essentially SLS. So cannot say SLS free.