Wild Growth Hair Oil Directions

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Wild Growth Hair Oil is a product designed for use on thick hair that is prone to frizziness and is difficult to manage. When applied regularly to hair, Wild Growth Hair Oil makes your hair feel softer, repairs damaged hair, builds body and prevents fly-aways. The frequency at which you should use this product depends on what type of hair you have. One bottle of oil should last most Caucasian hair types for three to six months. When used on African hair types, one bottle will last one to two months.

African Hair Types

  • Wash and towel dry hair to remove excess moisture. Shake the bottle of Wild Growth Hair Oil well before application.

  • Apply 10 drops into your hands, if you have hair that is shorter than four inches. Massage the oil into the scalp using your fingertips. Divide your hair into four sections and apply 20 drops to each quarter section of hair for hair that is longer than four inches. Comb or brush the oil into your hair.

  • Reapply a few drops of oil to the hair any time you notice dull, dry spots to increase the hair's shine.

Caucasian, Spanish and other Hair Types

  • Wash and towel dry hair to remove excess moisture. Shake the bottle of Wild Growth Hair Oil well before application.

  • Apply five to 15 drops into the palms of your hands and massage the product into the scalp using your fingertips.

  • Comb or brush the hair until the oil is fully penetrated.

  • Reapply a few drops of oil to the hair any time you notice dull, dry spots to increase the hair's shine.

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