The first thing you notice in Patanjali Kesh Kanti Hair Oil is that the box is labelled as "Made in Bharat" which gave us a positive vibe from the product. As you open the box you realize that the bottle is travel friendly and leak proof.
As we opened the bottle to try the oil we realized that the fragrance was below standards. It was a combination of Amla and camphor gone completely wrong in our opinion. However the texture of the oil was very viscous unlike other hair oils which contain mineral oils and thus are very runny.
The directions of use on the box says to apply all night and shampoo next morning. We did exactly that. Hair shine, silkiness and smoothness improved many fold. The feel of the hair completely changed. However, in many cases we saw that "Frizzy" hair did not benefit from application.
Would OneClickReviews team recommend a buy?
The pricing for the oil has been done thoughtfully as it is absolutely a must buy in our opinion for this segment.
Patanjali Ayurved is an Indian company founded by Baba Remdev and Acharya Balkrishna. Patanjali Ayurved makes products in the categories of personal care and food. Recently it has launched multiple products in these categories and disrupted the personal care market with its pricing and product quality.
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Hair Oil Ingredients
Brahmi, Amla, Bhringraj, Mehandi, Neem Leaf, Baheda, Harad, Giloy, Aloevera, Jatamansi, Haldi, Nagkeshar, Bakuchi, Gurhal Pushp, Charela, Yashtimadhu, Anantmool, Rasuat, Vacha, Coconut Oil and Til Oil
We have classified Patanjali Kesh Kanti Hair Oil Review within the following parameters:
Ease of Styling
The oil is very viscous in texture which does not give a sticky feel. This oil is not designed from hair styling point of view. Usage is best when applied overnight followed by a shampoo next morning.
Hair Shine and Silkiness
If used overnight or 2 hours before a shower the hair give a wonderful shine in the sunlight. Hair become a lot more silkier and the there is no itching caused post shampoo usage.
Apart from silky and shining hair, Patanjali Kesh Kanti gives the user very smooth hair too. There is no doubt that this oil is one of the best available in the current market segment.
Value for Money
The pricing of this hair oil is decently set at Rs 130 for 120 mL which makes is one of the best buys in today’s market.
Fragrance of Patanjali Kesh Kanti is not good It smells like a combination of Camphor and Amla. The aroma is not at all soothing and overpowers to the nose.
The product is “Made in Bharat” which after reading on the box gives gives a good feeling when you have bought it. The packaging is sturdy and there wasn’t any significant spillage even post usage.
Cons of Patanjali Kesh Kanti Oil:
- Not effective in controlling frizz.
- Poor scalp nourishment.
Pros of Patanjali Kesh Kanti Oil:
- Decent packaging.
- Helps with dandruff control.
- Good for hairfall control.
- Value for money
- Contains a base of sesame and coconut oils.
- No mineral oil present.
- Has a tag line printed “Made in Bharat” which makes you feel proud.