23/10/2012

# 3.8/5 # Baba Ramdev Products

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Milk Protien Hair Cleanser : Review

My love for herbal products and more so,my so far so good experience with Patanjali products lead me to try yet another stuff  from them. When I went to the Patanjali store (ooops I mean Divya chikitsalaya) to buy their awesome murrabbas (u've got to try their gajar murrabba..sweet toothed homo sapiens gonna love it!) I was reminded of my empty bottle of Kesh Kanti Shampoo. On asking for it i was told it was out of stock,there I saw this white & pink bottle and I was like..yes I have read good reviews about it and I bought it!

What It Claims: Useful in dryness and roughness of hair. Prevents hair fall & improves hair shine.

Price/Quantity: INR 95/- / 200ml

Ingredients: 

Direction for use: Apply 2-5 ml on wet hair, massage gently for 1 minute and then rinse with water.

Packaging: 
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Milk Protien Hair Cleanser comes in a white plastic bottle with a hot pink flip-open cap.The image of few of its ingredients is depicted on the front of the bottle.Both the bottle and cap are quite sturdy and travel friendly. A no-nonsense practical packaging I guess!

My Take: 
To begin with..I gave this hair cleanser a try only because I was totally in love with their original Kesh Kanti Hair Cleanser (reviewd here) and I wanted to know if this new addition to the Patanjali family has the potential enough to replace the golden-oldy :). Lets see how it fares:
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Milk Protien Hair Cleanser is a mild shampoo. It is milky-white in colour,what else colour could they have given it after calling it "milk-protein" :P .Anyways..the consistency is a little runny,unlike their original Kesh Kanti. It has a nice floral fragrance..nothing too fancy. The packaging as said earlier is fine for the price. It does make my broom-like hair soft,doesn't rip off the moisture from my hair. The only thing that is bugging me is..though I'm not amazing in Chemistry,I can still read a lot of chemicals in its base material list (in the pic above) and a lot less herbs than those in the original Kesh Kanti Shampoo. And this difference is pretty visible in the usage of the two as well. This one doesn't smell and look herbal :(

My Likes:
1. Its mild!
2. Cleanses hair and scalp well.
3. Pocket-friendly.
4. Sturdy packaging.
5. Doesn't make my hair dry.
6. SLES (sodium lauryl ether sulfate) free.
(It is an inexpensive foaming agent with emulsifying and cleansing properties.Studies have shown that SLES is a skin irritant first and foremost and has a host of other harmful effects on the body)
7. Easy to wash off. 

 My Dislikes:
1. Isn't purely herbal (infact less herbal than the original one)
2. I liked the fragrance of the original one better.
3. Did nothing to my hairfall problem:(

Last Word: This is one Patanjali product that I'm not head over heals in love with. Its just an okayish mild shampoo that cleanses hair n scalp well!

Repurchase: No,I would go back to my love..The Original Kesh Kanti Hair Cleanser

Overall Rating: 3.8/5
 
*P.S. Do lemme know if you know anything good or bad in its ingredients list and if you have used it.. I'm all eyes and ears!

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