Patanjali shampoo review: Find out Which One is the Best for Your Hair

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Patanjali is no doubt India’s fastest growing FMCG brand. The company started by yoga guru Baba Ramdev, produces over 900 different types of products for our daily use. This article has the patanjali shampoo review of  which will help you choose among the different variants.

You can find a Patanjali product, in almost every section of a supermarket in India. Patanjali has hair care products, skincare products, washing bars and powders, food items, and almost everything you’ll ever need. The best part of these products is that they are wallet-friendly! They do not eat up your money like the other brands which produces almost the same kind of products.

From my experience of using Patanjali hair care products, I can tell you that they are pretty good and reliable. There are shampoos, conditioners, and hair care oils of different types. In this article, we’ll be reviewing the variants of Patanjali shampoos.

Here’s a list of the variants of Patanjali shampoos.

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Natural Hair Cleanser (patanjali shampoo review)

This is the most basic variant among all the Patanjali shampoos. It contains ingredients like turmeric, aloe vera, neem , amla, and shikkakai which are well known for their distinctive roles in hair care. Aloe vera is said to help prevent grey hairs while neem helps fight infections in the scalp and roots. Amla and shikkakai helps in good growth of the hair and prevents hair fall.

The product costs 70 Rupees for 200 ml bottle which is very reasonable. You don’t need a lot of this shampoo when you wash your hair because it produces good amount of lather. The shampoo cleans your scalp pretty well, but can leave it really dry.

To avoid dryness, you should use a good conditioner every time you shampoo. This shampoo is not really suitable for people with dry hair since it can make you hair very dry and frizzy. However, it cleans the dirt and oil from hair and scalp pretty well, making it a good option for people with oily hair.

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Reetha Hair Cleanser (patanjali shampoo review)

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Reetha Hair cleanser is a black colored shampoo with barely noticeable white particles. The packaging of the product is very similar to Patanjali Natural hair cleanser which is a white and opaque plastic bottle.

The 200 ml bottle costs 85 Rupees and it will last for a long time. Even this shampoo is not suitable for people with dry hair since it cleanses the hair and scalp pretty effectively. But if you have oily hair, you can say goodbye to product build up and greasy hair.

The shampoo has a pleasant smell which leaves sometime after you wash it off. It leaves the hair soft and clean. However, the hair becomes frizzy if you do not use a good conditioner. A few of my friends who have used this shampoo has felt decreased hairfall. Well, thanks to reetha extracts in the shampoo.

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Anti-Dandruff Hair Cleanser

This shampoo also comes in a similar white colored opaque bottle. It costs 110 Rupees for a 200ml bottle. It contains rosemary oil, honey, neem oil, tea tree oil, nilgiri oil, and the extracts of amla, gurhal, shikakai, methi, and tulsi. All of these ingredients have been considered as effective remedies for dandruff in ayurveda.

Well, this Patanjali shampoo review is a bit different from the others because this is the one I found the least effective. It does not really have much effect of dandruff and it does not perform well as a cleanser either, when compared to the other variants. Making the hair dry is a problem which almost all the Patanjali shampoos have and a conditioner is inevitable.

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Shikakai Hair Cleanser

This shampoo contains shikakai as its major ingredient which is a known name is almost all ayurvedic hair products. The product comes in white opaque bottle as the previous variants and cost 95 rupees for a bottle of 200 ml.

The fragrance of the shampoo is very herbal and I’m personally okay with it while others may prefer the other variants with flowery fragrances. It cleans the hair and scalp pretty well and reduces hair fall.

Just like the other Patanjali shampoos, even this variant will make your hair dry if you don’t use a conditioner. But comparatively, it’s much better when it comes to making your hair dry and that’s why I would recommend this particular variant for people with normal (medium oily) hair and scalp.

Patanjali Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser(Patanjali shampoo review)

This is my personal favorite among all the other variants of the Patanjali shampoos and that’s why this was the most awaited patanjali shampoo reviews I wanted to write about. The product comes in a transparent bottle and it costs just 75 Rupees for a 200 ml bottle.

The fragrance of the shampoo is very pleasant and refreshing. The shampoo looks gel like and is of green color. It cleanses the hair very clean and doesn’t leave any residues. You need very little quantity of the shampoo for one wash and it keeps you hair clean for at least three days under regular circumstances.

The hair doesn’t become dry but yes, it does become a bit frizzy which is why you need to use a good conditioner.

Patanjali Milk Protein Shampoo(Patanjali shampoo review)

Patanjali milk protein shampoo is another good choice fr people with dry and sensitive hair. The shampoo comes in a white bottle and the product is also white in color. This shampoo claims to soften dry hair and restore shine. In a single sentence- it does what it claims.

The shampoo contains extracts of bhringaraj, tulsi, mehendi, neem, and ghritakumari which helps in hair care. The shampoo costs 95 rupees for 200ml.

Patanjali Coconut Hair Wash(Patanjali shampoo review)

This product costs 95 rupees for 150 ml and it comes in opaque white colored tubes. It claims to solve issues of dryness and breakage by restoring shine and health of the hair and scalp. The major ingredients of this shampoo is coconut oil, aloe vera, methi, henna, and bhringraj.

After using the product, a few of my friends have experienced no reduction in hair fall. However, they’ve told that the shampoo made their hair more manageable and soft. So, I think that this shampoo is most suitable for people who has dry and rough hair.

I hope you found these Patanjali shampoo reviews useful in deciding which one is the most suitable for your hair type. Let us know what you think about Patanjali products and share your experiences with us in the comments section below.

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