Natural Hair Oil Recipe for Hair growth,Damaged hair and Dandruff treatment

Home made oil recipe for Hair growth ,Hair damage problems and dandruff treatment Website : http://www.luckycharmz.net/ Blog: http://www.luckycharmz.net/mybl…
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This year I’m taking you through a lawn treatment program that I developed. This is step #1 and should be applied in early spring, right after the ground beg…
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49 Comments on "Natural Hair Oil Recipe for Hair growth,Damaged hair and Dandruff treatment"

  1. Dorothea Lyddyard
    01/04/2014 at 5:55 pm Permalink

    It is possible to re-grow your thinning hair or cure your hair loss
    completely by prevent the creation of Dihydrotestosterone (the hormone
    which cause hair loss)

  2. Jewel Nail
    01/04/2014 at 6:17 pm Permalink

    Hi Dear, my hair is really damaged and breaking due to the hair color and
    highlight.. They have become very weak. Can you share with me any best home
    remedies? Thanks a lot.

  3. benny
    01/04/2014 at 7:02 pm Permalink

    thanks for this video

  4. RIA NAIDU
    01/04/2014 at 7:20 pm Permalink

    hair oil….. 

  5. Ezekiel David
    01/04/2014 at 7:34 pm Permalink

    Is this for the scalp only? How long do you leave it on your hair? How
    frequent do you apply it?

  6. piyush jeena
    01/04/2014 at 7:56 pm Permalink

    what is the name of leaf ,which u used?

  7. TheQRNews
    01/04/2014 at 8:53 pm Permalink

    If anybody watching this video is in the hair or beauty industry please
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    TRX2. My name is Dave. We are looking for resellers in the UK and EU
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  8. parag sancheti
    01/04/2014 at 9:26 pm Permalink

    pepecon means? do rplyyyy

  9. Sunil Raja Badha
    01/04/2014 at 10:04 pm Permalink

    thank you

  10. colins baby
    01/04/2014 at 10:05 pm Permalink

    woww the great oil tnx my frd

  11. Bibhu Prasad Das
    01/04/2014 at 11:00 pm Permalink

    Hi, hope u will be fyn. frnd i was using sesa oil few months ago but now i
    am not using it as it is not available in UAE. And now i am having a huge
    hair loss, i mean its around 100 per day, i had a very thick and dense hair
    but now i can see my scalp. Its also very difficult to make the oil here in
    UAE, m going to india after three months so i prefer to make it in india,
    but what i am really concerned about is that does this oil helps in re
    growth of hair, if yes please reply quickly.

  12. Anne Ahmet
    01/04/2014 at 11:37 pm Permalink

    very helpful thank you so much

  13. gioia thomas
    01/04/2014 at 11:58 pm Permalink

    but how many times to you apply it and how LONG do you leave it in for
    GUYS!!?? 

  14. sara huizar
    02/04/2014 at 12:40 am Permalink

    i DON’T UNDERSTAND, WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE SMALL GREEN LEAVES. THANKS.

  15. I Yusra
    02/04/2014 at 1:16 am Permalink

    I mean i have heard of the benefits of fresh onions added in hair oil,but
    cooking them and putting them in hair will they work for good,m really
    curious,please do reply
    Love !

    P.S it really smells frjed onions,urgh,is that DANGEROUS ?

  16. viruthya murugan
    02/04/2014 at 1:20 am Permalink

    Can I use bhringraj leaves along with aloe vera?

  17. Farah Awan
    02/04/2014 at 2:12 am Permalink

    Hi, which leaves did you use? could you please clarify thanks

  18. ujnam verma
    02/04/2014 at 2:46 am Permalink

    can we take mustard oil instead of coconut oil

  19. Pratibha Shrivastava
    02/04/2014 at 2:54 am Permalink

    Thanks for oil

  20. Mel Stevens
    02/04/2014 at 3:37 am Permalink

    I personally recommend the pro naturals hair repair mask, it’s super
    effective!

  21. stylish4you
    02/04/2014 at 4:32 am Permalink

    thnks honey 🙂

  22. sharmin kazi
    02/04/2014 at 4:37 am Permalink

    I m married women….I hav 2 kids…kittle one is 2years old..in pregnancy
    my hair was thik…n after delivery m losing too much…..please telll me
    some home remedy for my hair

  23. Melissa R.
    02/04/2014 at 5:10 am Permalink

    Yeeaahiii you are again on bord ♡ thank you for the video 🙂

  24. atkia a
    02/04/2014 at 5:55 am Permalink

    is it helpful for regrowth of hair ??

  25. Juan Vazquez
    02/04/2014 at 6:51 am Permalink

    Allyn…first off thanks for the time you took to make these great videos.
    I live in San Antonio Tx and am wondering since it’s a bit warmer over here
    at what time of the year do I begin to execute the steps in my lawn? Thanks
    for the help!

  26. dathud
    02/04/2014 at 7:51 am Permalink

    Allyn, if I have been following your lawn treatment program since last
    year, do I need to keep following it this year or start replacing the
    starter fertilizer treatments with organic fertilizer? Please let me know.
    Thanks.

  27. Steve Sherron
    02/04/2014 at 8:42 am Permalink

    My good friend +Allyn Hane is a lawn care expert and is beginning a new
    series of lawn care videos where he will resurrect the lawn of a local
    church. (no pun intended). Check it out and become a subscriber if you want
    to learn about lawns in a fun way. 

  28. Allyn Hane
    02/04/2014 at 9:08 am Permalink

    Let’s get those lawns in shape #nwindiana Here is a lawn in Crown Point I
    am working on – step-by-step http://youtu.be/GYAXY0GXb7o

  29. Allyn Hane
    02/04/2014 at 9:41 am Permalink

    Time to get your first treatment down on the lawn (Midwest) and here is my
    recommendation: (we are doing a project lawn this year in my video series)
    http://youtu.be/GYAXY0GXb7o

  30. Michael Cohen
    02/04/2014 at 9:57 am Permalink

    In a previous video (last year) you said you’d have a video on spreading
    tequnique; are you still working on that video?

  31. Rong Rong
    02/04/2014 at 10:09 am Permalink

    Hi Lawn Care master! I’m a lawn newbie living in Virginia and tempreture
    now in mid-May is above 70s mostly of the day, but this week is going to
    have a lot of showers and thrunder storms, (lots of moisture in another
    way). Is it still a good week for planting the grass seed in soil? My grass
    seed has some coatings and I can just throw them in the bare area without
    putting some more soil above it? Can i still apply the fertilizer even if
    my fertilizer has weed control formula?

  32. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 10:25 am Permalink

    thanks brudda – you should try this too at your crib

  33. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 11:15 am Permalink

    awesome! let me know during the year if you have questions – I do my best
    to always respond!

  34. Abe B
    02/04/2014 at 11:50 am Permalink

    I’m a fan and I’ll be watching. Started using Milorganite last fall after
    watching your videos.

  35. gobluejd
    02/04/2014 at 12:21 pm Permalink

    Great video – will be doing on my lawn. What seed mix should I be using in
    NWI? (I not sure if you said it)

  36. Steve Sherron
    02/04/2014 at 12:49 pm Permalink

    I am really looking forward to this series of lawn care videos.

  37. justinisawesone
    02/04/2014 at 1:34 pm Permalink

    Been great to have u do videos again 🙂

  38. thegolfghoul
    02/04/2014 at 2:21 pm Permalink

    Nice to see you making videos again!

  39. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 2:24 pm Permalink

    thanks I am glad to be back! I have some great things planned this year
    (well, at least I think they are great!) 🙂

  40. A Carrion
    02/04/2014 at 3:02 pm Permalink

    This is how my grass look like. Omg I feel so bad.

  41. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 3:55 pm Permalink

    great questions. There is a difference in seeding an existing lawn and
    seeding for a “new lawn” (or one like yours that is pretty much bald). In
    your case, I would heavily aerate, and then heavily overseed. You’re ok
    right now with heat. The thing that can get you is when seeding in Fall,
    and your seeds germinate, then get a hard freeze. In spring we have the
    opposite – so you are safer. I hope that helps.

  42. Ryan Knorr
    02/04/2014 at 4:23 pm Permalink

    If I have a lawn that’s already fairly thick, would it still be ok to use
    that starter fertilizer or go with just the “regular” stuff?

  43. ScaredOfPlasticBags
    02/04/2014 at 4:41 pm Permalink

    Glad you’re back. Just usedq pre-emergent hopiing to keep away the horrible
    crabgrass takeover that I had last year. My lawn doesn’t look much
    different than this one, unfortunately.

  44. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 4:52 pm Permalink

    water water water! that’s the key! good luck

  45. Allyn Hane
    02/04/2014 at 4:55 pm Permalink

    Use a quality seed from Pennington or Scotts – get a mix of Kentucky Blue
    and Perennial Rye. Some fescue is ok too. (I assume this is a sunny lawn)

  46. rjt1985oct
    02/04/2014 at 5:07 pm Permalink

    I am new to lawn care (Always a renter!). I just watched your grass seed
    video and then this series. My question is in regards to temperature, I
    need to wholey reseed my backyard due to last years drought and a very late
    spring this year. All I have is dirt. In your seeding video you said seed
    needs heat but in this video you refer to temps at or near freezing. Is it
    too soon to seed in Northern MN?? (the 10day forcast has us dropping to
    just below 40 3times in the overnight) THANKS

  47. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 5:19 pm Permalink

    not sure where you live – but that’s still a good first step – you can use
    the starter fert on your next treatment and still get good results

  48. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 5:54 pm Permalink

    i would not recommend applying any type of week control over top of new
    seed. at this point, you’ve missed the seed window for spring. i recommend
    you wait until fall to seed

  49. The Lawn Care Nut
    02/04/2014 at 6:24 pm Permalink

    great question Ryan – I still recommend the starter fert just to give the
    lawn a nice foundation for the season. This is truly one of the secrets of
    “lawn care pros” – when I worked for “the big company” we would say
    “starter fert fixes everything” — also – if you’ve been through a harsh
    winter, starter fert is a good idea to help the lawn recover quicker

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