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Dr. Miracle's 2 in 1 Tingling Shampoo and Conditioner Review

I have had severe dandruff for as long as I can remember. It doesn't matter if I wash my hair at home or by a stylist or how much or how little I wash my hair, I get flakes religiously 5 days after washing my hair, sometimes sooner than that. Since I've cut my hair the flakes are my noticeable and very embarrassing.

I asked my stylist what she recommends for dandruff and she told me Dr. Miracle's 2 in 1 shampoo and conditioner. I've been using it for a month now and here are my thoughts.


"Dr. Miracle's 2 in 1 Conditioning Dandruff Shampoo is excellent at ending your dandruff, flaking and itching scalp problems.

• "Feel It" Formula'sTM tingling sensation supports strong, growing hair & healthy scalp
• Thermalceutical™ Complex ends dandruff and heals dryness, flaking and itching.
• Moisturizes, Conditions & Shines.
• Strengthens Hair and Scalp.
• Improves combability.

Most dandruff shampoos are "Just a Lot of Suds." You'll feel my Dr. Miracle's 2 in 1 Conditioning Dandruff Shampoo working and you'll love the results.

Bye-Bye Dandruff & Itching ... HELLO Beautiful Hair & Healthy Scalp."


-Can be purchased from Dr. Miracle's website, drugstores and beauty supply stores.
-Convenient and saves time, you get a shampoo and conditioner in 1.
-Comes in a full-sized 8 fl oz bottle.
-Comes with an expiration date on the end of the bottle- so you'll know when it can't be used anymore.
-Creates a tingly and cooling feeling on scalp that lets you know that it's working.
-Made with the mineral zinc, which promotes sebum (natural oil produced by the scalp) which keeps the hair conditioned, prevents dandruff and minimizes hair loss, yay for zinc!
-Can be used on both relaxed and natural hair.


-Since peppermint is one of the main ingredients, it gives off a strong smell.
-The price is about $9...a little more costly than the normal shampoo and conditioner combos.


It's very easy to use, I apply it once to my scalp, it says to let it sit for a minute but because my dandruff is so bad-I let it sit for 5 minutes and then rinse it out. That's it! Even though the product conditions the hair, I follow up with my favorite leave-in conditioner.

I'm so glad my stylist recommended this product. I've been using it for over a month now and I notice a major difference with my dandruff. Instead of seeing flakes 5 days after washing my hair, I see almost none, if any at all.

I waited 2 weeks the last time I washed my hair and I had very few flakes, next to none. For the first time in a while I didn't have an itchy, burning scalp. Normally my dandruff is so bad that when I scratch it, you can literally see the flakes falling from my scalp and the flakes would be all over my embarrassing!

I highly recommend this if you have dandruff, it really works. I was skeptical because Dr. Miracle's has some cheesy commercials on TV and I really didn't think his products worked, I stand corrected... I know I can't judge a book by the cover, lol. I'm hoping that with continued use, this will take away my dandruff for good... we'll see what happens :)


Great review. I have occasional dandruff issues, especially when it's almost time for me to wash my hair! As a child I had dandruff so bad that I developed a sore behind my ear that was quite painful and my mom had to take me to the Dr.(dermatologist)who prescribed me a strong shampoo that seemed to do the trick. I haven't suffered that badly since. Glad the Dr. Miracle's is working out for you!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Thanks, dandruff is a pain! My friend that has dandruff said she had to go to the dermatologist and get a special hair treatment as well.

I'm glad we can get some kind of relief from it :)
Glo said…
Hi and thanks for this information I've been looking for a 2 in 1 type of product for a while!

I've been experiencing some terrible dandruff also, even while going to the salon regularly!I went back to using Hair Mayonnaise by Organic root stimulator conditioner(at home) and haven't had a problem since!

By the way I just followed u! you have some very interesting material!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Hi Glo! Thanks for following my blog, I'm now following yours :)

I've always been pleased with the Organic Root Stimulator products, I may try the Hair Mayonnaise conditioner.

The Dr. Miracle's is a good conditioner, my hair doesn't have that burning itch like it used to, I'm satisfied with it.
yummy411 said…
i don't have dandruff, but i love shampoo/conditioner combos! I'm a fan of dr. miracles stuff also! thanks for the review!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Yeah, I'm becoming a fan of his products also. Thanks so much for visiting my blog!
I just bought this today and I ran right to the shower. I cut alot of my hair off being stupid.. And I want my long hair back so I used this product and it feels AMAZING you can feel it working and it has a great smell, my hair is so soft!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Yes, it does feel good on your hair...especially the tingling feeling. I'm glad you like it :-)

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