Today, I will be reviewing the Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner. The reason I bought this conditioner is because I completely love natural products and Patanjali is my all time favourite brand. This product claims to condition, nourish and protect the hair colour. So let me tell you, how this product fared for me.
Rs.60 for 100 grams
Base material: Aqua, shea butter, glycerine, vit-E, silicon quanternium, diazolidinyl urea and IPBC, permitted colour and sugandhit dravya-Q.S.
Useful in dryness, roughness of hair. It provides conditioning for dry and damaged hair, regenerates hair growth and makes hair healthy and strong.
Directions for use:
Apply 2-5 g on hair after wash, massage gently for 1-2 minutes then rinse with water.
My Experience with Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner:
I had coloured my hair earlier, so I was looking for something that is natural and would not contain as much chemical as our normal conditioners do. The time I saw this Patanjali conditioner, I thought of giving it a try.
This conditioner contains the benefits of aloe vera, bhringraj, china rose and sunflower, which attracted me even more towards this product.
The packaging is just like other Patanjali conditioners. It is packed in a white plastic tube. The packaging is travel friendly. The conditioner would not spill out easily out of the tube, as the flip top is quite tight.
This conditioner is white in colour and the texture is creamy and thick but it is not as sticky as many other chemical based conditioners. It washes off quickly and does not leave behind any stickiness.
I washed my hair with Patanjali Milk Protein shampoo and after that I conditioned my hair with this colour protection conditioner. This conditioner has a very mild fragrance to it. The application is easy, as it spreads quite easily. After leaving the conditioner on my hair for 2 minutes, I washed it off. It did not leave any residue after washing.
After my hair dried, they had become extremely soft, smooth and manageable. My hair detangled very easily. The mild fragrance lingered on my hair for a long time. It gave a very healthy shine to my coloured hair. It made my hair look more manageable and less frizzy.
The effects of the conditioner lasted for 2-3 days. I love the fact that this conditioner has natural ingredients like aloe Vera, bhringraj, china rose and sunflower oil.
Pros of Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner:
- Makes hair smooth, soft and manageable.
- Coloured hair look nourished.
- Derived from natural ingredients.
- Travel friendly packaging.
- Little goes a long way.
Cons of Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner:
- No cons at all.
Will I Recommend/ Repurchase Patanjali Colour Protection Hair Conditioner?
Yes, definitely I do recommend. I completely love this product and I will definitely buy it again.
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