Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner Review
Hey all, it is true that I am guilty of skipping hair oil many times before shampooing my hair, one thing however, that I make a point not to skip is my hair conditioner since my hair tends to get really frizzy after hair wash and locking in moisture and closing the cuticles is really important for me. I am not very choosy when it comes to hair conditioners as I feel more or less they work just the same. After buying a lots of makeup, I was on a tight budget so, decided to pick an affordable hair conditioner for myself. Read on more to know about this colour protect hair conditioner from Patanjali….
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It helps to tame the dryness of hair & helps in countering the damage and helping in hair regeneration.
100 grams for INR 60
It comes in a White coloured tube with product details printed on the tube over a label. The cap is flip open. The tube needs to be squeezed to dispense the product.
1.5 years approx
Directions of use
Apply a generous amount of the hair conditioner along the length of your hair strands to seal the cuticles. Do not apply on scalp. Leave on for three to four minutes and then rinse off the excess thoroughly with lots of water.
It is in form if a thick, White cream that spreads easily on damp hair and gets absorbed to lock in the natural moisture in hair.
Aloe vera, hibiscus, vitamin E, Shea butter
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Pros of Patanjali colour protection hair conditioner
- The packaging is leak proof and lightweight so easy to carry around.
- List of ingredients is mentioned at the back of the packaging
- They have a very no frills attached kind of packaging that is good as fancy packs are costlier
- The price of product is affordable
- They have not compromised on the quality of the product inspire of reasonable price
- Most of the ingredients mentioned on the tube are herbal that is why supposedly they will not damage hair
- The texture if the hair conditioner is creamy and infuses moisture into hair
- I often mix it with hair oil to form a hair mask
- Flip open cap is user friendly
- It claims to be a colour protectant too
- It smells mild
Cons of Patanjali colour protection hair conditioner
- In a given time, a good amount of product is needed to amply tame the frizz in my hair.
My experience with Patanjali colour protection hair conditioner
The best part about this hair conditioner is it’s herbal ingredient list. Somehow, herbal shampoos do not suit my hair type as Shikakai increases the frizz in my hair. So, I have to use synthetic shampoos only. At least, with Patanjali hair conditioner, I can make sure that I am not further burdening my hair with chemicals. The texture is quite creamy and it soaks up in my hair leaving them silky smooth and frizz free to a good extent. I need more quantity of this hair conditioner as compared to dove or tresemme hair conditioners so, I might have to purchase a new tube within this month but I can excuse it as the product is performing well.
Whether I would recommend this product again?
Yes, it can be given a try and performs decently.