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Patanjali Products - Your Experience

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by coffeecups, Dec 3, 2016.

  1. coffeecups

    coffeecups Gold IL'ite

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    With all the buzz about patanjali products in recent times and with ads in YouTube/TV I tried a few of them like - dish wash soap, clothes soap, surf, body soap and wheat flour
    I found the products economical and easily available.
    I liked their body soaps.
    But found the atta flour not to my taste
    And the clothes soap was leaving a lot of residue.
    What's your opinion on patanjali products in general??
    Do you recommend any specific products??
     
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  2. dc24

    dc24 Gold IL'ite

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    I'm a diehard Patanjali fan. Almost every product in our household is from Patanjali. From shampoos to toothpaste to soaps to Agarbattis to Masalas to Rice-Atta......all Patanjali.
    I like their genuine products..quality is good and prices are reasonable.
     
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    happymom2013 Silver IL'ite

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    Even i have been using Patanjali Products oflate. My reviews below:
    1) Atta - I did not like it much. I use Ashirvad otherwise. They are very soft. Whereas Patanjali one does not come that soft nor tastes good.
    2) Honey - Excellent one in a reasonable price
    3) Soaps - I have tried different ones. Some of them leaves the skin dry. You should try to suit your skin.
    4) Amla oil - Very good smell. I am loving it. Even the hair fall is reducing.
    5) Floor cleaner - It says it is made of cow's urine etc. But it smells bad :(
    6) Dish washing bar - I found it was making my skin rough. So stopped using it.
    7) Cloth detergent - I use Surf exel powder. So mixed a little of patanjali along with surf excel and used it. No complaints. But using it separately i felt it was not that powerful for kids dresses.
    8) Toothpaste - Dantkanti. I don't think i will change to anyother toothpaste anymore.
    9) Toothbrush - Very good ones. Both for adults and kids.
    10)Henna - I don't use it. But one of my friend told it was very good.
    11) Shampoos - I have tried anti dandruff shampoo and also shikakai. Both are very good.
    12) Rose water - I have just started using it now. Feeling good using it on the face.
    13) Dalia - My mil is using it and she says it tastes very good
    14) Sugar - They have the powdered form of sugar that is extracted directly from sugarcane. they are little expensive but in its purest form.
    15) Atta noodles - I did not like the taste :(
    16) Hing - It smells good.

    As of now these are the products i have used. Prices are very reasonable.
     
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    sammygirl723 Bronze IL'ite

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    Patanjali products have taken India by storm. Ethnic Indian products like flour, rice etc are good but had very bad experience with biscuits and syrups. Awful taste.
     
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    I've used Danthkanti toothpaste. It is much better than the mnc products.
     
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    @dc24, diehard fan here too.
    However,
    *I use SOUMYA the liquid detergent for my clothes. No residue, fresh smell, & good dirt removed. Gentle for my sensitive skin.
    *The ketchup was terrible. Hope they improve it. Maybe it was a bad batch
    *Digestive biscuits are super tasty. Chocolate ones too. Others are ok. Depends on you taste buds.
    *I use almost all products & try new ones. But if it doesn't suit, it doesn't suit.
    *The masala spices are good. Didn't like their noodles.
    *Divya kanti face pack is really good
    *Their besan has become expensive but still the best bet for my skin.
    *Honey is very good. Bura white sugar is good too, sweet so you need less of it. At least, I feel comforted that I'm not taking the over processed stuff.
    *Ghee is awesome.

    On the whole I like the taste, texture. And the food items really do taste pure in comparison to sometimes cardboard taste of other supermarket brands. But I never stop checking or comparing. I may be a fan but I'm practical.
     
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    Yes...Ghee and Honey are Patanjali's best products.
    I like their No onion No garlic tomato ketchup.
    Few months back...i had terrible problem of badly cracked heels. But their foot cream did wonders. Now i have soft and supple feet.
    Where can one find SOUMYA detergent ?
     
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    Patanjali Atta becomes dark very soon after kneading it...i guess this indicates presence of iron in it.
    Dantkanti is the best toothpaste I have used so far. Dantkanti Advanced is even better.
    Patanjali Rosewater...i apply on my face n neck at night before sleeping. Skin looks fresh.
    I have tried their Dalia too. Found it ok, not very tasty though; but my kids didn't like the taste.
    Atta noodles I use primarily because of the absence of refined flour.
    Their drink...Power Vita....is packed with nutrients. My kids love it:)
     
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    All shops carry the liquid detergent. But stocks run out fast. I contribute to this cos I snap up at least bottles when I can:grin:. Or you could order online? So many shops have come up though. In my area I have 5 within a 3 km radius.
    I have very very sensitive skin & metabolism so am very careful about what I eat or use on skin.
    Girls, try the aloe vera with saffron face gel... I'm :rolleyes::banana:
    The kajal is soothing for eyes. And face washes don't cause burning of skin like other brands do. Moisturiser with shea butter, Chamomile & olive oil is verrry nice. Anti-wrinkle cream also seems to be working.
     
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    @dc24 thanks for the tip on Rosewater & Power Vita.
    I usually mix Rosewater with Divya Kantilep face pack
     
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