Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser Review

Patanjali brand has been around for a while now and it has caught people’s attentions quickly due to all natural tag and reasonably priced products. I have also used a few products from Patanjali and few of those have a permanent place in my vanity while other few failed to impress me. Recently I picked up Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser recently in winters while browsing through Patanjali store’s aisle as it has aloe vera and it claims to treat dry hair and hairfall problem. I was looking for a mild shampoo and it sounded like one. Read on to know does it really do what it claims to do…

About Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser:

Price, Quantity and Where to Buy online:

75/- INR for 200ml. Buy online at Amazon.


My Experience with Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser:

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser comes in a transparent bottle with olive green flip-open cap. Cap is sturdy and pretty tight to open. Products details, how to use, ingredient list etc is mentioned on bottle.

Shampoo is olive green coloured gel which lathers extremely well which makes me skeptical about the surfactant base they are using as they have not mentioned it clearly. This has strong lemongrass and aloevera fragrance which lingers a while.

I have normal scalp and normal hair which tends to get a bit dry in chilly weather. I always dilute shampoo in water before applying it on scalp. Shampoo washes off easily and hair and scalp do not feel dry while washing. It also removes oil effectively. After using it for a month twice a week I felt that it was drying out my hair and scalp and was making it itchy. I could definitely not skip conditioner with this. It has worsen Mr Husband’s dandruff situation and made his scalp super flaky and itchy but made cleaned his hair nicely 🙁 (He has dry scalp and oily hair).

Final Verdict: 3/5

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser is a good choice for those who have greasy/oily scalp and hair but definitely not for those who have dry scalp or dry hair. This might be a good choice for hot humid weather but not advisable for winters at all. Also if you are looking for a mild shampoo which you can use every alternate day, this is not the right choice. It is affordable and easily available. I was annoyed with all natural claims yet no clear mention of which surfactant base they are using which is pretty strong. And no mention of which perfume(Sugandhit dravya) or base material they are using. I am disappointed with this.

So this is my experience with Patanjali Kesh Kanti Aloe Vera Hair Cleanser. Have you used it? share your thoughts in comments section below.

Till next time…take care…xoxo.

Comments 18

  1. I never used Pantajali, but I love shampoos and would like to try it, although you were disappointed because they didn’t say which surfactant they used. I love lemongrass scent! Hope you have a beautiful weekend!

  2. patanjali hair products have never worked for me too..I got sold for the natural claims and got it for the first time..but never used it later 😛

  3. Yeah…i searched the same thing…they aren’t showing which surfactant base they are using…and they should properly show all the ingredients…and that’s why i don’t like this shampoo!! Or any other shampoo’s by patanjali… because evrything is adulteration i feel…they are just selling on the tape of AYURVEDIC

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