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Unread 01-21-2010, 03:30 PM
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

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Just don't try the relaxer...

Had my hair breaking left and right for almost a month. Never again. I wouldn't buy a Dr. Miracle scrunchie...
I have been using the relaxer for about 3 years and i love it!
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I bought a pack of the deep conditioning treatment since I'm looking for a new DC. It had a tee tree smell and it tingled a lot...almost too much. It did leave my hair nice and soft, but I wouldn't repurchase it. I hate their ads btw.
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

First of all, their products and ingredients are sub-par, second of all, their ads are some of the most offensive to black people I've ever seen




They will NEVER EVER get my money.

NEVER.
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I tried Dr miracle...IT made my hair stink..The smell is so overpowering, its no joke...I still have the jar sitting on one of my shelves next to some cobwebs...
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

The ingredients are very interesting....



DM16 Tingling Intensive Deep Conditioning Treatment- Super

Ingredients: Thermaceutial Complex (Proprietary Blend ),Water ( Aqua), Mineral Oil (Parafinium Liquidum), Petrolatum, Glycerin, Polyquaternium -32, Polyquaternium – 10, Dimethicone, Lanolin alcohol, Menthol, Fragrance, Citric Acid, Propylene Glycol,
Diazodinyl Urea , Methylparaben , Propylparaben , Carmel

Doesn't seem intensive at all .. or conditioning. God knows what Thermaceutial complex is...

I never even seen those adds Blackmasterpiece posted. OMG! Thats like so wrong, on so many levels! "You don't just need a relaxer... you need a miracle.."
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

i don;t really like it. when i was relaxed i used the relaxeer once, burned the crap out of me and i used the oil sheen. it's supposed to be odorless and not fumy- the exact opposite. girl that stuff will choke you to pieces. i paid 11 dollars for it and threw it away b/c each i sprayed it was killa!
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I've tried Dr. Miracle's and it wasn't worth buying again. Actually, I've never even finished using the braid spray and the temple balm didn't do anything for my temples. So what if it tingles, that doesn't necessarily mean it's doing anything spectacular. Oh, I agree that the tv commercials are whack!
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I've had a few of their products in the past and HATED THEM!

It wasn't until i started to research how to make my own hair products that i realized that the "tingle" that they advertise is SOOOOOO overrated!

I mix my castor oil with some peppermint oil and some aloe vera gel...spray on my scalp and i get a tingle. So i think the fact that they put tea tree oil in EVERYTHING will automatically make ur scalp tingle. Plus i think my natural ingredients are much healthier than anything they put in theirs.

I woudn't recommend their products to ANYONE. I think they are stinky, too harsh and chock full of NONSENSE!
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You can't be serious?
Girl, it gets worse....trust me....I've seen some of their commercials and almost jumped thru the tv its a disgrace
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I don't like their hair products at all! I used the oil in High School, and my friends always laughed at me because of the smell of my hair lol.
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I am not satisfied with my purchase and would like a refund.

We apologize that you were not satisfied with your Dr. Miracle's purchase. We do have a money back guarantee. To receive a refund for the products you purchased please forward your full name, address, name of the products you purchased, and how much you paid for them to admin@drmiracles.com. Once your information is received, please allow up to three weeks to receive your refund.
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

Those ads both commercial and magazine make me sick!





I hate em!
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

Wow, I was wondering about the ingredients they use. May Aunt uses most of the Dr.Miracle's line. I was looking at the packaging and couldn't find the ingredients listed anywhere. Thanks for this post.
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I WILL NEVER USE THEIR PRODUCTS AGAIN!!!!!!! Their deep conditioner left my hair in blotches. It was so difficult to comb out. I've heard nothing but BAD reviews from ppl that have used their products.
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Default Re: Dr. Miracle's Hair Products???

I tried their temple/balm cream and I was literally scratching my hair out!!! I'll never purchase anything in this line again nor would I suggest anyone else
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I have never used that line, and will not because of their advertising.
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