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Patanjali Kesh Kanti Protein Hair Conditioner Review

Hello girls...  Today I am going to share my experience with Patanjali Kesh Kanti Protein Hair Conditioner.. Recently I have added this to my hair care routine...  I have very dry, curly, fizzy and rough kind hair which is very difficult to manage...  After trying so many hair products I am now kinda fed up...  And my hair fall issue is another big problem...  Now I am badly missing my good hair days (when I was in school)...

Hence I stopped using high chemical based hair products and have completely switched to herbal and natural hair products...  I too have following a very easy DIY hair mask as well, will share the detail in some other posts for sure...  Well.. for shampoo and conditioner, I am using the patanjali ones now...  After finishing the ritha shampoo (Reviewed HERE), this time I thought to try the protein shampoo along with the same conditioner...  Will review the shampoo after few more uses and today it's time for the protein conditioner...

There are 3-4 variants available in conditioner of patanjali which is a good thing because we always needs options in life.. right...

BRAND CLAIMS - Patanjali kesh kanti protein hair conditioner with Milk Protein ,Chik Pea, Bhingraj, Aloevera and Almond Oil conditions, nourishes and keep hair healthy and strong.It is a complete ayurvedic product.

PRICE - Rs 60/- for 100gm.

AVAILIABILITY - It is easily available at cosmetic stores and even at patanjali stores.


PACKAGING - The patanjali protein hair conditioner comes in a tube packaging with a flip open cap.  The packaging is sturdy, and good to carry around.  All information are written on the tube..

MY EXPERIENCE - I am using this protein hair conditioner since two weeks now and quite like it...  It doesn't make any miracle in my dry fizzy hair but I like it as it is a herbal product and herbal products need time to makes changes in texture...(note : I am using this protein conditioner along with the protein shampoo)

Also Read :  Patanjali Kesh Kanti Reetha Hair Cleanser Review

The brand says that it can be use from root to tip like a hair mask and to massage for 2minutes on the scalp but I only apply on the lower half of my hair...  It makes my hair soft and manageable after wash but not much.. I need a serum (Matrix Biolage Deep Soothing Hair Serum) to make my hair tangle free and to give a healthy shine...  It doesn't give deep nourishment to my hair as it claims...  My hair still feels dry  after wash with this protein conditioner... I don't feel that bouncy-ness or smoothness which my dove conditioner used to provide.

The protein conditioner is white in colour and whipped cream like texture (not though that much fluffy) . It has thick consistency, hence easy to apply on hair and there is no fall out while applying..It is also easy to rinse off. It has very sweet mild floral fragrance which lasts for a while only. The conditioner is creamy but not so effective on my dry hair .. I think it will more suitable for normal to oily hair types. It has all natural ingredients which is great..


1- Nice packaging
2- Thick and creamy texture
3- Easy to apply and rinse off
4- Makes hair soft and manageable
5- Affordable
6- Mild fragrance
7- Easily available
8- Herbal conditioner


1- Doesn't impart healthy shine to my hair
2- Doesn't control the dryness much
3- Not suitable for normal to dry hair type..

RATING - 2.5/5

FINAL VERDICT- The Patanjali protein conditioner is like an average product.. It does make soft and manageable my hair but not that much .. It isn't effective on smoothing dry ends .. I think it will suit normal to oil hair type more..

Hope you find this review helpful.. Do share your opinion regarding this Patanjali protein conditioner.

See you in my next post..

Byee 💝💝


  1. Honest review. Do nothing according a hair conditioner, I would give it a miss.

  2. Most of the Patanjali products are good option keeping price in mind ;)
    Nice review :)

  3. Totally agree with your review ....

  4. I've used this and it did nothing. A rubbish product which only limps down my hair. I don't know why these are marketed as natural wherein they contain chemicals and silicone!? The only thing is they are affordable.

  5. Agree with your review and no it doesn't suit normal hair as well...i have pretty normal hair with minimum problems but this makes my hair feel like jhadu :(

  6. Thanks for honest review Snigdha . I am trying lot of new panatela products here days and this was on my try list.

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