Just like weight, hair is designed to keep the body isolated. The higher amount of hair in a place, the warmer it should be kept.
by viktoriiya 5 years ago
Why does an egg yoke soften your hair?
by Sandriacarol 7 years ago
Why does my hair go pink when I use the non permanent ash colour on my greying brown hair.
by Eugene Brennan 2 weeks ago
Like over six months or more?
by Angela Michelle Schultz 23 months ago
If they truly believe that there is no God, why does it matter to them that I do believe?I have written online Christian articles. Those who comment on my Christian writings are usually, 75% Christians, 25% atheists. I appreciate all the comments, but what I find interesting is how hard some of the...
by Sunnyglitter 6 years ago
Why does my son pull my hair when he's tired?My 16 month old won't go to bed unless he has a handful of my hair in his hand. He doesn't do this any other time of the day. Even when he's asleep, he grasps for it. I have a sensitive scalp and it really hurts, but I'm not sure how to...
by Kaviraja16 8 years ago
I want to reduce my hair growth in my fore arms.can anybody tell me remedy for thisI have dense hair growth in my fore arms.I feel ashame.How can i reduce hair growth. Plz Anybody can tell me remedy for this..
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