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Sensitive Skin-OK and good for

 

 

Virgo Chatter reviewed Wild Growth Hair Care —Facebook
21 hrs · 01/22/2018
Ok just going to drop this tidbit...

I use avocado oil for my skin (face) and I love the wgo on my hair so much I put a good squeeze into my avocado oil applicator I use for my face. I love it!!!
I have sensitive skin so I have to be extremely careful even with “organic or natural” products ESPECIALLY around my eyes I’ve been using this combo for 2 weeks now consistently day & night (fresh out
the shower while my pores are open) and it’s done nothing but amp‘d up
my moisture game.
Yeah this oil is crackin for me

 

Amazon.com Good scalp  moisturizer
ByElle87on January 19, 2018
Wild Growth Hair Oil Size: 4 Fluid Ounces|Verified Purchase
I’m not using this for hair growth I’m using it to moisturize  my scalp. My scalp has been super tender and itchy since the cold weather hit so I decided I needed to start to oil my scalp and this has worked perfectly. Sounds crazy but my scalp feels softer and doesn’t itch as much and is no longer tender. Will definitely buy again

 

November 19, 2012

Jennifer J. posted on Wild Growth Hair Care's timeline 
"Hello there, I have a question. I have just started using Wild Growth Oil last Monday and already the oil has calmed down my scalp and stopped the itching (I have a very sensitive scalp as I used to have Scalp Folliculitis). But I workout everyday and I get quite sweaty, so I shower regularly including my washing my hair and scalp. But since using the oil I only rinse the scalp and hair with warm water. I try to use the oil every other day as read that you are not should use it everyday. Then wash the scalp/hair every other day (I have very short twa natural afro hair at the moment). Is that OK? Its very important that I keep my scalp clean to stop Scalp Folliculitis coming back (at the moment I use a medicated shampoo). Thank you. "

 

catchastar88  October 1,  2011 -makeupalley.com

Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Olive, Not Sure Hair: Brown, Eyes: Brown

Okay, so this is just my second week of using this. I'm really not expecting my hair to be down to my booty using this...I don't have false expectations. I just want to control my dandruff and split ends. I have relaxed hair that can be overly thick when done at home (coarse).
This is a very heavy oil. It's thick and a lil sticky. I find that it's best used with a lotion or in combination with another productto seal the ends
I used it to blow dry my hair after using BB Oil Mosturizer w/ Castor Oil and Aloe and it rescued the results of a wrap lotion that didn't work. When my hair air dries, it poofs up. I partially air dried and then blow dried the rest-- the mix made my hair soft and smooth.
As far as dandruff goes...It's too soon to tell. my scalp has gotten a little itchy, but I 
didn't see any big visible flakes like I saw before.
My hair does get a little greasy...but it's to the touch not to the look. I'm single so no man is running his fingers through my hair, I don't care. 
And the smell isn't really that bad to me, if you're using another product you won't be able to smell it. Also, I kind of liked it to be honest. Like most natural oils, after a couple of days it turns a little rancid smelling. By the time it got bad I washed it out.