Showing posts with label Hair Loss Treatment. Show all posts
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class='date-header'Thursday, 27 September 2018

Learn How Ungex Can Help Treat Your Skin Demodex Mites

Chat Demodex with Tina 💃 

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Q&A About Demodex Treatment & Ungex Protocol 

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class='date-header'Friday, 20 July 2018

The Mechanics of Demodex Mites and Humans

Are Demodex mites curable on humans? 

If you have them are you stuck with them forever? These are questions that probably run through your mind if you’ve ever experienced Demodex mites or if you are curious about them. 

The question that brings fear to most when it comes to Demodex mites, “are Demodex curable on humans?!”. The short answer would be yes but you might wonder how can they be curable. Right? 

First things first let address a few things shall we, what are these Demodex mites that we speak of? Well Demodex mites are microscopic parasites that live under hair follicles and in oil glands. They are linked to many issues such as Demodex mites’ rosacea and Demodex #acne.

Recent studies have found that most people have mites present on them, however, they tend to become a problem when a high population density is found. 

They are a natural part of the human microbiome – which is the ecological community of microorganisms that live on and within the body. There are two species that can be found on humans, those are Demodex Follicluorum and Demodex #Brevis. The difference between the two mites is that Demodex Follicluorum lives in hair follicles primarily in the face and meibomian glands in of the eyelids. Whereas Demodex Brevis live in the sebaceous glands of the skin. 

Even though Demodex Follicluorum are found on the skin of all humans, they appear in greater numbers in those that have rosacea. These Demodex mites are a true connection to rosacea, due to the fact that they are linked to a distinct Bactria called bacillus oleronius. In a study funded by Dr.Kevin Kavanagh and his colleagues found B. oleronius stimulated an inflammatory response in 79% of study patients, with subtype 2 (papulopustular) rosacea. The study showed that the effective treatment includes antibiotics that destroy the Bactria. 

But could this be the only effective treatment for rosacea? Perhaps not there are other ways to treat rosacea and it’s certainly isn’t only with antibiotics. 

Maybe you’ve been searching high and low to cure yourself of Demodex mites and get rid of them. Well, where there is a will there is a way and that how Ungex comes into the picture. 

Ungex is your solution to banishing these evil little critters. Only with the right product and protocol can Demodex be eliminated and we have spent many years perfecting this care plan.

Talk to us directly for your free consultation, to see if we can help you reclaim your skin today.

class='date-header'Thursday, 7 June 2018

Another Live Video About Human Skin Parasites Known As Demodex Mites

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Don't miss out. Q&A About Demodex Treatment & Ungex Protocol By Jarrod From Ungex HQ.

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class='date-header'Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Live Demodex Mite Q&A

Must Watch This Live Demodex QandA

Learn more about Demodex mites and their symptoms together with everything that you never wanted to know about these nasty microscopic skin mites.

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:

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.

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