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Synonyms for hair

let your hair down

make someone's hair stand on end

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not turn a hair

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  • remain calm
  • keep your cool
  • not bat an eyelid
  • keep your hair on

Synonyms for hair

Synonyms for hair

filamentous hairlike growth on a plant

any of the cylindrical filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal

cloth woven from horsehair or camelhair

a filamentous projection or process on an organism

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By chance, Dave knew a guy who worked for the company which makes a nutritional supplement called Nourkrin, which is supposed to provide nutrients to your hair follicles and restore the hair growth cycle.
The hair growth cycle accelerates in response to DHT, but it's not enough to overcome the increased pressure.
AnaGain, which is based on organic pea sprouts, has proven to clearly reactivate hair growth by directly targeting the dermal papilla cells that are key to the hair growth cycle, according to the company.
A lack of dietary iron may lead to hair loss, as levels of ferritin in your body may drop and disrupt the hair growth cycle and increase hair shedding, says Kingsley.
The time required for initiation of hair growth as well as completion of hair growth cycle was recorded.
As the hair growth cycle slows down, each hair becomes finer so volume is lost.
To view an interactive hair growth cycle movie, go to http://www.
Management should include education about the hair growth cycle, treatment of underlying nutritional deficiencies, and possibly a prescription for minoxidil to promote hair growth, she said.
Whatever method is used, you must remember that hairs can only be killed in the 'anagen' phase of the hair growth cycle.
Due to the nature of the hair growth cycle, at least three treatments are needed.
Many scientists suspect that these and other factors, produced by various cells in the body, play regulatory roles in the hair growth cycle.