Showing posts with label 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


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class='date-header'Thursday, 20 September 2018

Wow! Watch This Positive Demodex Mite Microscopic Test at Ungex HQ




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class='date-header'Friday, 14 September 2018

Some Neglected Facts About Demodex Mites

Everything That You Never Wanted To Know About Demodex Mites!

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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. Hormonal fluctuations contribute to mite reproduction because these invertebrate insects obtain their steroids from the host. This contributes to high levels of Demodex mite population in the skin and hair. Want to know more about Demodex mites and their role in rosacea as well as the best Demodex treatment? Please subscribe now: 
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class='date-header'Saturday, 1 September 2018

Faq About Demodex Mites and More ...


What are Demodex mites?

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 100% of people have mites present on them, however they tend to become a problem when a high population density is found. 

A high population density of Demodex mites in humans have been linked to all manner of hair and skin problems.

These symptoms indicate that a high population density of mite is present and needs to be treated effectively.

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.

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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

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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'Tuesday, 26 June 2018

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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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