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Patanjali Hair Conditioner for Damage Control



At my last visit to Patanjali Store, I picked up variety of products, list of which my dad made me memorize on the road! When I happen to pick up domestic necessity goods, I encountered this conditioner and a face wash, of which I may or may not write a review. Because PATANJALI products claim to be all natural, I thought of giving this a try. My search for an appropriate conditioner for thin hair is still on.



 This conditioner comes in a squeeze out white tube, with flip open lid. If I would have thought of buying this as per its packaging, then believe me I would have never added it to my cart. Packaging isn’t really great. Since the tube is compact, it can be used for travelling purposes. It retails at Rs 60 for net content of 100 grams. It claims to control damage of your hair. It contains Sunflower Oil, Aloe vera, Amla and Hemp seed Oil




HOW IT FARED FOR ME:-

I want to give it out immediately, but let me build in some suspense before revealing how it fares.

(Before reviewing this, I’ve made sure to use it multiple times.)


This conditioner isn’t very thick or too runny; it has moderate consistency. It is easy to spread on hair as well. It has mild fragrance which isn’t very distinct. But what made me disappointed is that it does not do anything miraculous. It is simply a decently average product which can be easily skipped out. This conditioner isn’t too hydrating or moisturizing, so ladies with frizzy hair should not opt for this one.
I failed to see any change in my hair condition after its usage. So it isn’t worth its claim for “damage controlling”. To get the tube finished, I used it for shaving my legs.  *LOL*




P.S. it doesn’t turn your hair silky soft either!

RATING- 2.5 out of 5

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