Let me start by saying, this is not my first time trying Dr.Miracle’s. I used to you Dr.Miracles all the time when I was in high school. So, I was SHOCKED when I woke up to my hairline on “fire”after using the Temple & Nape Gro Balm. I began to think that maybe my terrible run in has something to do with my Seborrheic Dermatitis. Later in the day I did a little “google research”. I was curious to see if anyone else experienced anything like what I am currently going through.
To my surprise there were many people that have had bad run ins with Dr.Miracle’s. I’m not just talking about with the Temple & Nape Gro Balm. One young lady used one of the oil treatments and her hair FELL OUT!!! She had many bald patches in her head. It was so bad that she considered chopping off all of her hair, once the hair started to grow back.
Ok, now back to my situation. My scalp is extremely irritated! I’m experiencing a full blown breakout. Even my forehead has fallen victim to the rash like breakout. My hairline and forehead are super itchy. If you read my Stretch Mark Blog then you know what type of agony I am going through. On top of all of that add a seeping scalp.
For the pass 3 nights I have been using a “cocktail” to help relieve the itching and to help heal my scalp. Before bed I take; 1- Prenatal vitamin, 1- 10,ooo mcgs of Biotin, 2- Benadryl, and 1- Neem vitamin. That’s just to name like pills I take. Along with the pills I oil my scalp. I use my oil blend that has about every oil a girl needs. Before I distribute my blend throughout my head I use some Neem Oil. Neem oil isn’t the most pleasant smelling oil. Hopefully it assists in the healing process because walking around smelling like a strong peanut is NOT THE BUSINESS.
I recommend that anyone wanting to try a Dr.Miracle’s product test the product on a small area first. Be sure that you will not have an allergic reaction to it before putting it throughout your head.
*I might post pictures of my scalp at a later date. I will post a link to the images if I do.*