More importantly, the formula contains botanicals, nutrients, antioxidants and special proteins called cytokines, which are applied to the scalp in order that they may permeate the hair follicle.
It takes on flavors from other items in the refrigerator, and if you keep the bucks (male goats) around the does (female goats), their smell can permeate the milk as well.
It was in pin-up pictures, particularly the Vargas prints of the 1940s and 50s, that the daintily naughty showing of stocking tops began to permeate more of the culture.
Hence, if you and your child are exploring an alternative lifestyle, it is very important not to "care" and to allow this feeling to permeate your wardrobe.
At the same time the high temperature causes the pores of the fabric to open, allowing the sublimation ink, in its gaseous form, to permeate the material.
This extremely soft, durable hide is soaked in a spacious drum during the dyeing process, which allows the color to permeate the material completely.
This particular drug is certainly not confined to the poorest urban areas; its effects can permeate even the most suburban of neighborhoods.
Sheer swimsuits offer little defense from prying eyes, and most offer the ability for sun rays to permeate your swimsuit covered regions.
In addition, the grilling process allows the addition of herbs and spices to permeate the tail and enhance the lobster meat.
The Bassas are a very remarkable pagan race who permeate the entire protectorate of Northern Nigeria, and are to be found in small colonies in almost every province.