As promised in my recent hair ramble, I am finally back to give my thoughts and most importantly comparison photos for my full Liquid Gold Hair Growth Oil review. To be real, there are only two very important things I want to know when seeing a growth aid review: whether or not it works – with proof if possible – and if there are any side effects.
Well, I can tell you that it absolutely works. I took the before and after pictures for documentation (for you and me!) and it appears as if I grew and retained one inch of growth in one month. I applied it approximately 5 days per week for one month. In the May 2013 photos, my hair was rollerset and the roots were not completely straight so I have photos with the natural length/shrunken roots and also with me stretching my hair for thoroughness.
What do you think?! Am I exaggerating about it being an inch, judging from the photos? Well, in the stretched photo below I think you get a much clearer view; Evidence of a lot of new growth as well!
I also measured my hair in several places throughout my head both before and after using the Liquid Gold Hair growth oil and it grew from approximately 11 to 12 inches in length, which unfortunately I did not record on video.
As for the second point – I experienced no side effects at all. Sulfur based growth aids usually do not have any serious side effects which is why it is the only growth aid I’ve ever used. Of course, I wouldn’t advise anyone with an allergy to sulfur to use it. In comparison to the Bee Mine Growth Oil (the only other growth aid I’ve ever used) I would say the growth results are about the same except this oil has a much lighter smell – less of a medicine-like sulfur smell which requires less fragrance to cover it, so overall the scent is lighter. I also suspect that the Liquid Gold Hair Growth Oil contains less actual sulfur than the Bee Mine does because it did not dry my hair out as sulfur tends to do. That is one of the primary reasons it is somewhat difficult for me to remain consistent with the Bee Mine Growth Oil, after a few days of consistent use my hair does begin to feel dry. Liquid Gold actually warns that this may happen, but I experienced no dryness. I did actually do a mid-week co-wash a few times using Hair One just to be on the safe side, but I never felt it was an absolute necessity.
The price is pretty good ($10 for 4 oz.) and four ounces lasted about a month for me. I know most women would and have paid a lot more for products that promised hair growth that were complete failures so I am happily spending $10 per month on a product I know works.
I’ve been asked about the shipping a few times and I have to be honest, I don’t remember exactly how many days it took for me to receive my product but I do believe it was under one week and arrived via USPS. I can’t think of anything else that would make this view more helpful for you, but if you have any questions – please leave it below and I will happily answer.
For those who did not see my disclaimer when I first mentioned this product, I am an affiliate of Liquid Gold Hair Products and will receive credit should you order through one my ads or links. However, I purchased both bottles with my own money, opinions are honest and the photos are real and accurate.