Review: Dr. Miracles

Let their doctor Let Dr. Miracle's help you conquer thinning hair and breakage with its Temple& Nape Gro Balm and Anti-Breakage Strengthening Cream. This hard-hitting duo treats hair loss at the scalp, targeting new growth to promote strong healthy strands. The signature Dr. Miracle's "Feel it" formula even let's you know its working; leaving you to tend to the coo's of your newborn.



Review: I let my mom try out the Dr. Miracle's Temple & Nape Gro Balm ($7.99) since this product was a bit too heavy for my hair. My mom was a bit leery of this product at first, but she noticed that her hair has got much thicker within a month. This balm targets the temple and nape areas where hair is easily broken off or damaged. Infused with vitamins, the balm soothes and invigorates the growth of the hair by ending breakage and split ends by penetrating the scalp.



Review: I was able to use the Dr. Miracle's Anti-Breakage Strengthening Cream ($7.99) without any problems. This product isn't heavy on my hair at all. I started really using it after I got my hair trimmed a few weeks ago. I'm very pleased with this product! It has been keeping the breakage at bay. I'll admit that I was a bit scared of trying out this product from the Dr. Miracles brand, because I had heard so many bad reviews. I must say what works for one person might not work for another person.

This cream stimulates the follicle, promoting strong, shiny, healthy growing hair. This featherlight cream moisturizes and conditions, healing damage accrued by stress, traction, heat or chemical styling, and overstretching strands with weaving or braiding styles.

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  1. OMG! I just bought Dr. Miracle's Anti-Breakage Strengthening Creme today. I took a risk after reading so many bad reviews. I thought that maybe the results vary. I just applied it to my scalp just now and I actually love the tingle, despite the bad reviews about the sensation. Only time will tell whether this will benefit my hair or not. I'll be back with a follow up. Great blog, btw!

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