Patanjali Kesh Kanti Hair Cleansers have always been my favourite! I am using them non-stop from the past 2-3 years and I simply cannot get enough of them! They are highly affordable, plus, they are made with popular ayurvedic herbs that are known to be beneficial for hair. I have used all the variants of Patanjali Kesh Kanti Hair Cleansers (except the coconut hair wash that comes in a tube!)
A couple of them have worked really well for me, while the other ones didn’t leave a good impression on me. In this post, I have reviewed the Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser which is one of the newest addition to their hair care range.
P.S. – at the end of this post, I have also shared my quick reviews of other Patanjali Kesh Kanti Hair Cleansers that I have tried till now so that you guys can get an idea about why and how do I like / dislike them! Let’s get started with the post.
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser Benefits
Prevents hair fall, minimizes split ends, removes dirt from the hair and scalp.
Aloe Vera (Ghritkumari), Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis (Gudhal Pushp), Ocimum Sanctum (Tulsi), Baccopa Monnieri (Brahmi), Sapindus Trifoliatus (Reetha), Emblica Offcinalis (Amla), Eclipta Alba (Bhringraj), Lawsonia Innermis (Heena), Acacia Concina (Shikakai), Curcuma Longa (Haldi), Tinospora Cordifolia (Giloi), Psoralea Corylifolia (Bakuchi), Base Material, Aqua, Surfacant Base, Tocopherol, D-Panthenol, Permitted Colour, Preservative, Sugandhit Dravya.
Price – Rs.75/- | Quantity – 200ml | Availability – Available online and in stores (though it’s out of stock on e-commerce websites at the moment)
My Take on Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser
Unlike all other Patanjali Kesh Kanti hair cleansers, this aloe vera one comes in a transparent bottle. Such type of packaging helps to see how much product is left in the bottle and that is why I love it. The bottle has a flip top cap with which one can take the adequate amount of shampoo easily.
The look and consistency of this Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Cleanser is just like their Aloe Vera Gel. It has thick consistency and it is green in colour. Its fragrance is that of Aloe Vera (obviously) which is very pleasing to the nose. Seeing its thick consistency, you may think that it does not lather up much. But surprisingly, it lathers really well and cleanses off the hair and scalp effectively.
I have dry hair and I use this kesh kanti hair cleanser without any conditioner. Still, my hair feels soft and nourished.
Out of all the Patanjali Hair Cleansers, I found this one to be the least harsh on my hair. That is why, I don’t feel the need of a conditioner after using it! It keeps my scalp oil free for 2-3 days and also keeps my hair smelling fresh. When I had posted a picture of this hair cleanser on my Instagram account, some people had commented there telling me that when they tried out this hair cleanser, they experienced severe hair fall.
Thankfully, I didn’t have any such bad experience with this cleanser. If a product works for one person, it doesn’t mean that it will work for everyone. All I can say that I love this patanjali hair cleanser and I think that it is going to become my holy grail hair product since it suits so well on my hair type.
Don’t hesitate to try it as it is a super affordable hair cleanser and it is full of natural ingredients!
What I liked about Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser
- Comes in a good quantity, it can last for 2-3 months easily.
- Easily available anywhere across India. (and probably in USA too)
- Contains natural ingredients.
- Lathers well.
- Works better than the other Patanjali Hair Cleansers / Shampoos.
- Cleanses hair and scalp perfectly. I once used it a day after oiling my hair and it removed the oil in just one go!
What I didn’t like about Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser
- Not completely chemical free.
Love it! If you have dry hair then give it a try. It may not solve your hair fall or split ends issue, but it will make your hair manageable and soft!
Mini review of other Patanjali Hair Cleansers / Shampoos –
Patanjali Milk Protein Hair Cleanser – Smells like strawberries (though it doesn’t contain them). Good for dry hair. I would prefer it over the aloe vera hair cleanser!
Patanjali Anti-Dandruff Shampoo – Smells like wall paint (yuckkkkkkk!). Doesn’t do anything about dandruff. It rather dries out the hair and scalp. I hate it too the core (I know, hate is a strong word!)
Patanjali Shikakai Hair Cleanser – Makes the hair shiny and smells good. Would be suitable for people with oily hair.
Patanjali Reetha Hair Cleanser – This one is a bit drying too, but feels good on the scalp. I am not a big fan of the small of reetha so I don’t like it much.
Which of these hair cleansers is your favourite? Comment down below and also let me know which Patanjali product should I review next!