Patanjali Kesh Kanti Anti Dandruff Hair Cleanser comes in a sturdy white plastic bottle with a green flip open lid. The lid is quite tight and can be easily carried around in a bag without any fear of leakage or spillage. The packaging is quite plain and understated. The shampoo is light yellow in color with a prominent smell of eucalyptus oil. The smell hits you as soon as you open the lid.
The texture of the shampoo is soft and smooth with medium consistency. It gets spread easily and lathers really well. As I oil my hair prior to shampooing, I need more quantity of the shampoo than required normally. The scent becomes prominent when applied but fades away as soon as it rinsed off. It is advised to leave the shampoo for 1-2 minutes before rinsing it out. After washing, my hair feels soft and smooth but not so clean. It does not clean the scalp properly and leave a greasy residue behind. I could see a white, sticky layer on the teeth of my comb while brushing my hair. As it contains natural conditioner, I don’t feel the need to condition my hair. Regarding the dandruff issue, I don’t think it actually shows any results as it leaves sticky residue behind which is a big con for me and I do feel the need to wash my hair again.
- Good consistency.
- Lathers well.
- Makes hair soft and smooth.
- Contains natural conditioner.
- Nice smell.
- Easily available.
- Reasonably priced.
- Travel friendly packaging.
- Leaves a greasy residue behind.
- Does not reduce dandruff.
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Anti Dandruff Hair Cleanser is a light yellow colored shampoo with medium consistency. It has strong smell of eucalyptus oil that fades away as soon as you wash your hair. It lathers easily and makes my hair soft and smooth. But it leaves a greasy residue behind which is big con for me. As it leaves a layer behind, how can you expect it to reduce dandruff? I won’t recommend it to anyone.
*Post Written by :Megha