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Wild Growth Hair Oil

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Size: 4 oz.
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Sally Item # SBS-308001

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Wild Growth Hair Oil is made of 100% natural ingredients that work together to condition, detangle and help you achieve long-lasting presses.


Wild Growth Hair Oil
Wild Growth Hair Oil

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  • Promotes thick, long hair growth
  • Reduces blow-drying time
  • Softens and detangles hair
  • Concentrated formula
  • Stretches relaxers

Wild Growth Hair Oil consists of an uncompromisingly rich plant based formula that hydrates, conditions and softens for more manageable hair. Dry, tangled and hard to manage hair will become soft, healthy and less prone to split ends and hair breakage. The hair oil promotes strong, thick hair growth for all hair types.
Shake well before using. Apply 5-15 drops with finger tips to hair and scalp. Then, comb or brush hair.
Natural/Textured Hair: Apply to damp or dry hair and scalp. Use 20 drops per quarter section of hair. Then, apply sparingly to the scalp.
Straight Hair: Use 5-10 drops on damp hair and scalp after each wash. Use less product on oily hair and scalp.
Olive oil, Jojoba oil, Coconut oil, Vitamin D, Choline, Inositol, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Calcium, Natural Color and Fragrance.
Wild Growth Hair Oil 4.3 5 29 30
I like WG, the smell is okay, faster growth? I purchased WG because I would like faster growth and I was impressed with some of the reviews within the social media. I will use WG until the first of year and then decide if it will be a staple in my natural hair journey (3 a/b hair) . The reviews had me scared of the smell but the smell is not that horrible, but WG doesn't smell like a rose either. I layered WG with my coconut oil and avocado oil (and spray with lots of water), and it calmed down the smell just a tad bit. My hair really took to this and made it very soft and manageable. I will be using this during the winter months, but not so much during the summer because I think the heat would REALLY make your hair very stinky. I won't purchase this one again, but I LOVE the WG in the yellow bottle. The smell is a little more toned down and it makes my hair awesome!!! I wish that WG was a little bit cheaper because the bottle isn't that big. I do hope for fast growth and hopefully within 9 weeks I will see something positive. November 8, 2014
Better than Rx Scalp Oil I am a 60 year old African American woman. I've had Pustular Psoriasis for 10 years and have lost at least 1/2 of my hair volume. Have used both Wild Growth Hair Oils for 15 months. The issue is my scalp health. I needed someway to control the pustular psoriasis without all the steroids. I have not experienced "wild growth", my hair is growing the same 1/2 per month. I have not experienced "regrowth" of the volume I've lost, BUT I am experiencing much better scalp health without all the drugs. Yes! I have not used the perscribed scalp oil for the same15 months and have no intentions of doing so as long as this works for me. My reccomedation: If you have any issue with your scalp, give these oils a good long try. Go to the web site and study all the ways you can use it. I experience the best results when I apply it the same way as directed with the Rx oil . April 1, 2014
Made my hair grow faster I went through two bottles of this and looking at pictures from back in August my hair grown about 7". That's an inch a month when my hair grows on average .5" a month. I would definitely repurchase this. It's just the smell that gets to me. My Husband hates the smell at well #it's so strong the smell will actually wake him up#. I do plan on repurchasing though , especially when there's BOGO. Yes it increased my hair growth rate, yes it softened my hair and made it more manageable.. no it doesn't smell nice lol. Yes I would recommend to anyone who's trying to increase their hair growth. February 17, 2014
NOT SURE I'm not sure if this works or not, I have used it though. It doesn't leave a build up or make your hair unmanageable. Its not too strong, though it is somewhat herbal. I will post the results later. January 21, 2014
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In formulating Wild Growth Hair Oil®, Wild Growth Company utilizes proprietary processing methods to quantitatively and qualitatively enhance and moderate:

1. Olive oil’s (virgin and refined) fatty acids and derivatives (including tripalmitin, oleic acids and triolein), arachidic esters, flavonoids, squalene, terpenoids and polyphenols( hydroxytyrosol, tyrosol, oleuropein, the aglycone of ligstroside, (+)-1-acetoxypinoresinol and pinoresinol), alpha-tocopherol, phenolic acids such as vanillic and caffeic acid, oleocanthal, chlorophyll, pheophytin and carotenoids.

2.Coconut oil's (virgin and refined) fatty acids and derivatives such as lauric acid and and its derivative- monolaurin as well as capric acid and monocaprin.

3. Jojoba Oil’s wax esters (long-chained monohydroxyl alcohols) and pro vitamin A and E.

4. Other nutritional factors: vitamin D (ergocalciferol), choline, inostol, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and calcium.

5. Proprietary phyto-derived Wild Growth® Hair Oil nutrient complex and Wild Growth® essential oil complex.

What is not in any Wild Growth® Oil.

1. Synthetics such as colors, preservatives, fragrances, vitamins, carbomers and other polymers, silicone (amodimethicones, phenyltrimethicones etc.), etc..

2. Drugs (patent or otherwise formulated)

3. Animal or animal derived products.

4. Hormones (natural or synthetic)

5. Minerals -all elemental minerals (single and in combination) found in the Periodic Table including sulfur, phosphorous, etc.. and their chemically derived forms. Wild Growth offers trace elements only in biologically active and safe plant based complexes as they naturally occur to sustain life.

6. Petroleum -all petroleum and petroleum derived products such as petrolatum, mineral oil, carbomers, other polymers (olefins, quaternium forms, ethylene derivatives, acrylic forms etc.) and other petroleum (fossil fuel derived hydrocarbons) compounds used in the hair care and cosmetics industry.
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