Germs are all over the place, literally, so yes possibly.
And dust is dead skin, so yes, probably, too.
The hair in your nose protects you by catching things like dust, germs, etc.
It traps it using a filtering system of hair and mucous.
to keep the germs away the hair traps the germs
The hair inside your nostrils works like a filter, protecting you from breathing in potentially dangerous particles. Nose hair traps dust, pollen, germs and fungus so you don't inhale them.
More germs are in the hair than hands!
trap dust and germs and kill them
Only with people who have asthma but dust may cary germs in the air
No, dust mites don't live in a hair or our hair.
They keep dust and germs out of our nose.
From other things such as people, dust, air, water andeveryday things.
It helps to get out oil, dirt, and germs in your hair to make hair look better.
dirt, sickness, and billions of dust and germs