Not one confirmed fake was ever sold on Amazon
or any online store. Back in 2017, we made repeated changes in the
ingredients list to actually be more accurate and, thus, less misleading
about what actually goes into our products. Basically, what we listed
before were the extract 'catch names' which were misleading because when
those names were plugged into the official list of International Cosmetics
Ingredients (INCI), dangerous chemicals would pull up under those
names such as magnesium, iron, phosphorous which , in their pure chemical
state are hazardous and only have industrial applications. In truth, these
elements as we listed them were hypothetical biologically available
elements that are naturally bound in complex molecules that are completely
safe to use. So, in stages we decided to list the sources of the extracts
instead, first replace the phrase Wild Growth Nutrient complex which is not
an identifiable ingredient with 'and other ingredients' as per FDA protocol.
Then when International markets had problems with 'and other ingredients',
we removed that. All these changes and other incidental ones (the phone
number was changed by error during a revision) back in 2017 caused an
uproar and these misinformed suspicions (Including the 'ring leader'
Amazon 2017 Top Review, "Hopes shot down,
which to this day is the first review one sees) have been discredited by
Wild Growth as well as other reviews who have gotten great results then and
since from their Amazon purchase).
After January 2018 the ingredients list has not changed to this date. Only
one confirmed fake has been discovered sold by a few brick and mortar
stores (we have identified 4) which does have the correct/updated
ingredients list but has a molded-in triangle on the bottom of the plastic
bottle to flush it out from the real ones. This fake is not a real threat
because it never took significant hold in the market but should still be
looked out for.
is our top seller and should
remove any top review which , while getting people excited, is not based on
truth. It is strange that when a rumor is put out, no one goes to the
(on the back of the bottle), to clear the air but would rather entertain
themselves by feeding a conspiracy theory rooted in fiction whose fire
chooses to fan to generate negative
popular interest to encourage new visitors to their site so that they may
either buy the villain, Wild Growth Oils, or a list of convenient
alternatives on the same page- a game of 'dirty pool'. For more details as
to how the 'fake' fable came about, visit https://www.wildgrowth.com/Quality%20Assurance%20and%20Authenticity.htm
A certified Wild Growth Hair Oil fake has been found.
If the bottom of the bottle looks like below, it is fake:
←also note rounded shoulder of bottle
Wild Growth Co. Certified Fake bottle bottle bottom manufactured by Tri-Delta
with triangle logo HDPE designation
Compare with the real one below:
the sharp edged shoulder of the real one.
Wild Growth Certified Genuine bottle bottom. The mold is manufactured by PI
with no logo and no HDPE designation. This is the ONLY mold used. No other.
If the bottle has a big sticker blocking the address and
contact info for wild growth that is most likely a fake. But the triangle on the
bottle bottom is the proof. Also if the price is below $4.40 a bottle that
is also a big red flag that it is a fake bottle.
WHO ARE SELLING THESE FAKES
ALERT :This is the first of probably several more stores that we have confirmed
are selling fake Wild Growth Bottles :
Kings Beauty Supply
6432 Two Notch Road Ste L
Columbia, SC 29223
Kings Beauty Supply
2730 Broad River Road
Columbia, SC 29210
7367 Two Notch Road
Columbia, SC 29223
Metro Beauty Supply
23 Hardy Court Shopping Center
Gulfport, MS 39507