Showing posts with label Body Mites. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Body Mites. Show all posts
class='date-header'Thursday, 2 May 2019

Ungex Office Live - New Anti-Demodex Mites Value Kit!

Ungex Presents New Anti-Demodex Products.
Basic Kits Contains The Skin Demodex Treatment Spray plus One Ungex Shampoo)
Basic Kit-i (BK-i) (SDT + IS) 

* NEW AUD $ 178.00 = 1 SDT + 1 IS


Basic Kit-p (BK-p)(SDT + PS) 
* NEW AUD $ 178.00 = 1 SDT + 1 PS



Main roles and differences of 5 Ungex products IS, PS, THT, PDT & SDT:
A. Shampoos: Removing dirt and the main food source of Demodex mites.
PS - Purifies the skin and removes the mites' food source (strong cleanser).
IS - Invigorates the skin against Demodex (mites hate it!).


B. THT- Controls Demodex reproduction and promotes hair growth on the scalp.
C. PDT- Helps kill Demodex mites on the skin and upholstery items (super strong). Also aids in killing other kinds of mites.
D. SDT- Helps kill Demodex mites on the skin (mild formula for more sensitive skin).
Another News:
Ungex Price on the Rise!


The price of Ungex shampoos increased today!
The regular retail price of Ungex Shampoos has been increased from A$48 to A$78 (more than 60% rise) on the 30th April 2019!
There might be a price increase on other Ungex products as well.

What is the reason?
Ungex price increases due to several reasons, such as high demand while there is a decrease in the supply of raw materials.


Also, the Australian dollar has fallen to its lowest levels against the greenback in nearly three years.

class='date-header'Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Can Demodex Mites Cause Blepharitis?


Blepharitis Is A Commonly Progressive Chronic Illness Considered One Of The Most Found Ocular Disorders In Clinical Practice.

#Blepharitis is one of the most common ocular disorders seen by eye care specialists and is found in almost 47% of ophthalmic patients. Approximately 30 million Americans may be affected.  Blepharitis is common in middle-aged patients, and its incidence increases with age.

Demodex mites have been associated with blepharitis and several pathological mechanisms have been suggested. The mites can cause a direct damage in the epithelial cell at the lash follicle, induce a reactive hyperplasia and hyperkeratinization or mechanically block of the orifices of meibomian glands. Bacteria were found inside and on the surface of Demodex mites. Some of them, such as staphylococci, produce exotoxins that can directly contribute to unspecific irritative symptoms or induce a host immune reaction. In addition, proteins of the mites and their debris may also elicit a host delay hypersensivity reaction.

Get a long-term solution for Demodex mites 
Ungex’s protocol is a total care plan that will be tailored to you and your lifestyle. If you follow the care plan provided to you with the products, you’ll be surprised how successful your treatment will be. If you want to ensure you stay Demodex-free, we recommend shampoos and other products individually so you can keep the mites away.

First step is to take #Ungex unique #Demodex detection test which is an online form that will take only a couple of minutes to complete. Link of Demodex online test HERE

After that, Ungex consultants will contact you to take you through further steps.
class='date-header'Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Everything That You Never Wanted To Know About Blepharitis And Demodex Mites


Let's learn more about the Demodex mite that have been identified as a leading contributor to acne, rosacea, red nose, pimples, blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, eczema, pruritus, itchy skin, hair loss, androgenic alopecia, baldness, aging skin, rough skin, wide pores, freckles, spots, fine wrinkles, dermatosis, rash, discoloration on the face and other skin conditions

You are invited to participate and ask questions and get immediate answers.

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class='date-header'Friday, 17 August 2018

All That You Never Wanted To Know About Your Skin Mites


What are Demodex mites and why do they live in my skin and hair follicles?

Demodex mites are parasites that live in hair follicles. The Demodex family of mites contain 65 different species. Of the 65 species, two species live on human skin Demodex Brevis and Demodex Folliculorum.

Demodex mites are microscopic, and they live in the hair follicles on your body, face and scalp. These mites have a lifespan of 2 weeks. A Demodex mite takes half a day to lay her eggs and she will lay them deep inside your hair follicles and two and a half days later the eggs will hatch. Six days after hatching the mites reach adulthood, then they have another five days of life. During this time they eat nutrients and oil from your skin before dying and liquefying in your pores. Mites will typically avoid light, so they only come out at night.

Demodex mites only tend to become a problem for you when they are found in high-density. A number of skin and hair problems have been associated with a high-density population. These nasty mites have been identified as a leading contributor to acne, rosacea, red nose, pimples, blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, eczema, pruritus, itchy skin, hair loss, androgenic alopecia, baldness, aging skin, rough skin, wide pores, freckles, spots, fine wrinkles, dermatosis, rash, discoloration on the face and other skin conditions.

With the right treatment, you can get rid of these mites, and live a healthier life.


class='date-header'Saturday, 4 August 2018

UNGEX Pty Ltd Australia Head Office


About Ungex Pty Ltd and Ungex Demodex Treatment

Ungex Pty Ltd is a revolutionary, Australian based company that endeavours to help change the way that people think about personal care, by helping to eliminate and bring awareness of Demodex hair mites globally, and bring relief to those who need it most.

Demodex mites are parasites that live in hair follicles. Studies show the Demodex hair mites to be associated with numerous types of skin complications, for example the mites have been identified as a leading contributor to acne, rosacea, red nose, pimples, blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, eczema, pruritus, itchy skin, hair loss, androgenic alopecia, baldness, aging skin, rough skin, wide pores, freckles, spots, fine wrinkles, dermatosis, rash, discoloration on the face and other skin conditions.

While follicle mites may cause certain problems, it also is possible specific skin conditions become a breeding ground for Demodex mites. Besides, it's a major problem for dogs too known as Demodex canis, more commonly known as mange.

We are passionate about all things mites, and aiding our customers in reclaiming their skin from these parasites the right way. We have developed a wide range of revolutionary products that combine specialised techniques with our in-home care system and Demodex protocol, that ensure success.

Our products are natural and herbal based solutions, all aimed at helping to remove Demodex mites from the skin and further restoring your scalp, hair and skin’s natural beauty.

Our goal is to help ensure a safe, effective way of helping those who suffer from Demodex mites.

class='date-header'Friday, 27 July 2018
class='date-header'Tuesday, 26 June 2018

What is Parasitosis? | Watch Live!


Learn More About Demodex Mites 

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#Demodex #DemodexTreatment #Ungex #UngexProtocol
class='date-header'Thursday, 24 May 2018

Live About Ungex Demodex Treatment


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Participate and ask questions directly about the Ungex protocol and Demodex treatment and get immediate answers.

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class='date-header'Saturday, 3 February 2018

Demodex Mites Under The Microscope


Watch this nasty microscopic mite living on humans skin. 

Most people have never heard of Demodex mites in humans, let alone that they are likely to be responsible for most hair and skin problems!

A high population of Demodex mites means that your body simply has too many parasites to house without your body showing signs or symptoms of their habitation.

Everyone’s body reacts differently which can result in a wide variety of symptoms, such as:
Rosacea
Acne
Itching
Blepharitis
Dandruff
Hair Loss
Hair Thinning

Fine the solution here:
class='date-header'Friday, 2 February 2018

The Ungex catalogue | Episode 2


Ungex visual catalogue
Part 2

The newest Demodex mite solution that has taken Australia by storm is now available worldwide.

When it comes to Demodex, Ungex is a game changer… try it for yourself today!

Ungex undertaken copious amounts of research and testing to ensure our treatment does exactly as we promise and have a track record of satisfied customers right back from our start in 2011.

What you are purchasing is not only the products alone. You are also getting our tried and tested protocol plus one-on-one support with your own Demodex Consultant.

We understand that eliminating Demodex is an investment, but save your time and second-guessing by eliminating completely the first time and have your own personal Demodex Consultant to reassure that you are on track to getting results.

This package ensures you get the long term, stable result you are looking for.

Find more information here:

#Ungex #DemodexTreatment

About Demodex Mites | Ungex Visual catalogue (Episode 1)


Welcome to the Ungex visual catalogue. (Part 1/2)

Human body is involved with different kinds of parasites. At this program we want to have a thorough look to Demodex mites and discuss about them. Two kinds of them living on human bodies are Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis. 

They live around hair follicles and oil glands. They usually mate on the skin at night but later they lay their eggs under the skin. About 10 days later, eggs will turn to adult Demodex mites and they live about 4 to 12 weeks. 

Find more information at the website HERE

#Demodex #Ungex 
class='date-header'Friday, 26 January 2018

Look at this Demodex mite moving on the surface of the skin.




This is a nasty mite walking on humans skin.


Studies show the Demodex hair mites to be associated with numerous types of skin complications, for example the mites have been identified as a leading contributor to acne, rosacea, red nose, pimples, blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, eczema, pruritus, itchy skin, hair loss, androgenic alopecia, baldness, aging skin, rough skin, wide pores, freckles, spots, fine wrinkles, dermatosis, rash, discoloration on the face and other skin conditions.
Find more HERE
class='date-header'Friday, 5 January 2018

فیلمی جالب درباره دمودکس


فیلمی جالب و کوتاه درباره مایت های دمودکس

تا کنون حدود شصت و پنج گونه از انگل های دمودكس مایت شناخته شده است که دو گونه از این انگلها در پوست انسان زندگی می کنند که یکی به نام دمودکس فولیکولرم که در زیر ریشه مو و دیگری دمودکس برویس که در غدد چربی پوست انسان زندگی می کنند که هر دو اغلب به نام مایت یا همان انگل عنکبوتی مو نامیده می شوند. اکنون شما با مشاهده این فیلم کوتاه از جزییات بیشتر درباره دمودکس مطلع خواهید شد.

جهت کسب اطلاعات بیشتر به سایت فارسی آنجکس نیز می توانید مراجعه فرمایید.

#دمودکس #مایت #آنجکس #آکنه #روزاسه #بلفاریت #درماتیت #خارش #ریزشمو
class='date-header'Thursday, 7 December 2017

Some Important Facts About Demodex Mites




Learn More About Demodex Mites.



Your skin hosts many microscopic entities within the epidermis, among these are Demodex mites. Discovered in 1842, Demodex mites belong to the Arachnid genera with 65 species having been discovered, 2 species inhabiting human skin.

These mites may exist in 100% of humans’ skin and in some people, cause skin inflammation issues such as acne, rosacea, demodicosis, blepharitis, dandruff, hair loss, and itchiness.

This 8-legged parasite have hooks at the end of each leg which are used to burrow further into the skin.
class='date-header'Wednesday, 15 November 2017

What Is The Ungex Demodex Treatment?


Want to know more about Demodex mites and how to treat them with the Ungex protocol?

Watch this video (About mites & the instructions of how to use Ungex products)


#Ungex #Demodex #Mites #DemodexTreatment