Product Review: Dr. Miracle’s Tingling Shampoo & Conditioner

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Dr. Miracle's 2 in 1 Tingling Shampoo & Conditioner

I was running out of my favorite shampoo (Kinky Curly Come Clean) and needed to re-up so I decided to switch it up when I headed in to Ricky’s.  I walked in with no agenda and ended up buying Dr. Miracle’s 2 in 1 Tingling Shampoo & Conditioner.  I just used it last night so I wanted to share a quick review with you all in case you wanted to check it out.

Packaging:  The packaging on this product is as no frills as you’re gonna get.  Dr. Miracle’s products come in a simple brown box (seemingly recycled material perhaps?).  The whole line is pretty unassuming and I actually found it tucked away on the bottom shelf at Ricky’s. The bottle itself is nothing to write about and its pretty consistent with the outside packaging.

Consistency: This product is marketed as a shampoo/conditioner and when it comes to consistency it definitely falls in between those consistencies. It’s a thick, viscous product with an amber type color.

Smell: The smell isn’t for the faint of heart.  Menthol is the third ingredient listed and the product certainly reeks of it.  I personally enjoyed it, but I know that for some the smell might be too overwhelming.

Price: I think the product generally retails for over $7 but I got it on sell for $6.29 (for 6 ounces).  Not bad. Even without the discount the product is cheaper than my go to shampoo so I thought it couldn’t hurt.

Overall Impression:  I only used this product once but so far it turned out to be a decent buy.  I have a seriously dry scalp and enjoyed the tingly feeling while I shampooed with this.  I do feel it conditioned my hair but there was no way I could detangle my hair with just this product in so if you have thick, kinky hair like mine you’ll have to follow-up with a good conditioner with a lot of slip.  That being said, during application it felt like my hair a was being conditioned and it seemed to soften up my hair a bit.  Only time will tell if this will eventually be worth a repurchase. Since I only wash with shampoo once a week, I’m sure this shampoo will be sticking around for a while.

7 thoughts on “Product Review: Dr. Miracle’s Tingling Shampoo & Conditioner”

  1. Cool. Thanks for the review. I as well suffer with a really dry scalp so I may give this a try. We just got a Trader Joe’s in our area so I was pressed in trying their Tea Tree Tingle Shampoo and condish but I may try this 1st.

  2. I really like it and just realized I never wrote a review for it. It has great ingredients but doesn’t offer a lot of slip for me but it is definitely work a try. It’s pretty inexpensive too. I’ll post a full review pronto!

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