Hey everyone, my today’s review is about the Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner. It is enriched with Bhringraj, Aloe-vera, Chine Rose & Sunflower oil that help condition, nourish and protect hair color. Patanjali products are infused with natural ingredient extracts and are quite affordable too.
Packaging: Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner comes in an easy to use white plastic tube with a flip cap. The cap shuts tightly to avoid any product leakage and you can easily carry it while travelling. The product related important information is also mentioned on the tube.
Texture & Fragrance: Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner comes in a white color and has a whipped cream kind of texture. It has a creamy consistency that makes the application of conditioner fuss-free. It has a sweet floral fragrance which I found quite strong, although it vanishes after rinsing the conditioner.
Price & Availability: The price of the Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner is Rs.60 for 100g. It is easily available at Patanjali outlets, Big Bazaar and you can also buy it online from Amazon.in.
Efficacy: After shampooing my hair I take a generous amount of the hair conditioner and apply it evenly on my hair, starting from mid-lengths towards the hair ends. It spreads easily and coats every hair strand nicely. I keep it on for 5-6 minutes and then rinse it off using normal water. It comes out easily without leaving any residue behind.
After towel drying my hair feels soft to touch and it also imparts a light shine on the hair. I’ve waist-length thick frizzy hair and it is unable to control frizz or making hair manageable. This 100g tube lasted me only for 5 usages and I’ve not seen any improvement in my hair texture and appearance. It is just a regular conditioner which is not enough moisturizing for dry, frizzy hair. I don’t think I’ll buy it again.
Reasons to buy Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner:
- Sturdy, convenient to use tube packaging.
- It is enriched with some great natural ingredients like bhringraj, aloe-vera, china rose and sunflower oil.
- Doesn’t cause any damage to the hair.
- Suitable for fine hair.
- Very affordable and easily available at Patanjali outlets.
Reasons to avoid Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner:
- Strong, artificial fragrance.
- Not enough moisturizing for dry, frizzy hair.
- Not true to its claims.
- Very less quantity provided in the tube.
Name: Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner
Shelf life: 2 years
Claims: Useful in dryness, roughness of hair. It provides conditioning for dry and damaged hair, regenerates hair growth and makes hair healthy and strong.
Usage: Apply 2-5g on hair after wash, massage gently and leave for 1-2 minutes and then rinse with water.
I have seen this and glad I skipped it. Regular conditioner, great review :)
yeah! it’s better to skin it, thanks dear :)
It contains diazodinyl urea, a cancer causing ingredient. So much for being organic and safe!