Charisse struggled with dandruff most of her life

For most of my teenage years and adult life, I have struggled with having a dry scalp and the embarrassing dandruff that accompanies it. No matter how thoroughly I would wash my hair and scrub my scalp, the flakes never disappeared. It seemed like I could never wash it enough or moisture it enough.

I finally accepted the thought that it was just something I would have to deal with and tried to adjust to people nervously looking away from the white flakes on my shoulders during conversations. Even after having my hair washed professionally in the salon, I would try to distract my stylist as she combed through my hair and the dandruff snowed on the cape. It was mortifying and it seemed that no matter what I tried, nothing proved to be a permanent so-lution.

I have tried countless shampoos and treatments for relief; everything from traditional shampoo to Head and Shoulders. It seemed that nothing short of keeping my scalp inundated with oils and grease would alleviate the issue, but those products also weighed down my hair and left it looking filthy, oily and lifeless.

I finally struck liquid gold when I discovered Dr. Miracle’s line of products. They were relatively inexpensive and seemed to have mostly positive reviews so I decided to give them a try. These products have been a game-changer for me! The “feel it” formulas give off a tingling sensation as soon as they touch your scalp, tingling so you know that it’s working. The products have a scent reminiscent of peppermint and cinnamon, which can be a little strong at times, but they feel amazing and work like a charm.

While not necessarily targeted for individuals with dandruff, they moisturizer the scalp without leaving it oily or weighed down and have truly been nothing short of miraculous for me.

My scalp woes have yet to be entirely alleviated as I find that without continued use of the prod-ucts I revert back to experiencing dandruff, but they get the job done when I do use them. I fear that I may have to deal with this forever, but I am happy to have temporarily, effective relief for the first time in my life.
Charisse U.S.

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