Saturday, 5 September 2015

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Shikakai Hair Cleanser: Review

Hi All, 

Today i am back with another herbal hair care product from Patanjali. 
I have this special affinity for Patanjali. i have tried most of their Personal care and Therapeutic products and they usually do not disappoint.
it is Patanjali Kesh Kanti Shikakai Hair Cleanser Review on my today's blog post.

Kesh Kanti Shikakai
Useful in dryness and roughness of hair, prevents hair fall, improves hair glow. Direction for use : Apply 2-5 ml on wet hair,massage gently for 1 minute and then rinse with water.
Price- 95 INR for 200 ml. You can buy it online here.

I have used Patanjali Kesh Kanti Milk Protein cleanser before and it worked quite well for my rough, dry and frizzy hairs. This time i bought this variant from the Kesh Kanti Range- Shikakai Cleanser. I have used shikakai, Reetha and amla puree for hair wash during my childhood so was little curious about this cleanser. 
The Cleanser comes packed in a white opaque plastic bottle with flip open cap. Packaging is simple yet sturdy &travel friendly.
The Cleanser is basically a shampoo with surfactant base and has main ingredients like- Shikakai, Bhringraj, Hibiscus, Sugarcane and Walnut extracts. it is brown in color with a weird smell like cough syrup but thankfully it does not linger on. just a cupful (5ml) is enough for mid length hairs. it lathers good even on oiled hairs. My hairs were soft and shiny but i needed a good conditioner as always (blame it to my hair quality). 
It cleans the hairs and scalp thoroughly well but...the downside, with every wash i noticed hairfall. Still i finished the whole bottle to be sure of and i was right.

Overall i would say that Patanjali Kesh Kanti Shikakai Hair Cleanser did not suit my hairs. It is probably made for normal to oily hairs but still i cant explain for reason behind hair fall. 
I am not going for a repurchase.
My Rating- 3/5

What was your experience with Patanjali Kesh Kanti Shikakai Hair Cleanser?


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