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Lanugo (/ləˈnuːɡoʊ, -ˈnjuː-/; from Latin lana “wool”) is very thin, soft, usually unpigmented, downy hair that is sometimes found on the body of a foetal or new-born human. It is the first hair to be produced by the foetal hair follicles, and it usually appears around sixteen weeks of gestation and is abundant by week twenty. It is normally shed before birth, around seven or eight months of gestation, but is sometimes present at birth. It disappears on its own within a few weeks.
It is replaced by hair covering the same surfaces, which is called vellus hair. This hair is thinner and more difficult to see. The more visible hair that persists into adulthood is called terminal hair. It forms in specific areas and is hormone-dependent.
During human development, the lanugo grows on foetuses as a normal part of gestation, but it is usually shed and replaced by vellus hair at about thirty-three to thirty-six weeks of gestational age. As the lanugo is shed from the skin, it is normal for the hair to be consumed by the developing foetus, since it drinks from the amniotic fluid and urinates into its environment. As a result, lanugo contributes to the new-born baby’s meconium. The presence of lanugo on new-borns is not necessarily a sign of premature birth. It is seen on infants born at thirty-nine weeks of gestation, that is, full term.