|UNGEX is a unique business which specialises in helping sufferers of hair loss and skin problems due to microscopic parasites called Demodex mites with a special Demodex treatment.
Around 65 species of Demodex are known. Two species living on humans have been identified: Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis, both frequently referred to as hair mites, face mites, skin mites, body mites, eyelash mites, eyebrow mites, ear mites, human mites or hair follicle mites.
|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 hair loss, aging skin, rough skin, wide pores, red nose, pimples, acne, rosacea, freckles, spots, fine wrinkles, atopic dermatitis, itching, 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. If you have high levels of hormones, you're going to have high levels of Demodex mite reproduction because these invertebrate insects obtain their steroids from the host.
|Recent research suggests that most people may have Demodex mites, usually A-symptomatic in healthy people, but when there’s a high density of mites residing within the human host - usually due to stress or illness (autoimmune deficiencies/ diseases) the human suffers negative effects with skin problems and hair loss. Unfortunately this is widely unknown to the public.
UNGEX is a company that have received several business certificates and awards, including the 2012 "Best Invention Award" for the invention of ‘Ungex Hair Mites Solution’ to provide a natural/ herbal-based care plan for this. Ungex products – unique shampoos, treatment hair tonics and Pro-Demodex treatment spray - work in conjunction to effectively help eliminate all types of human mites. Be part of the innovation in order to help ensure a safe, effective way of helping those who suffer from Demodex mites.
|UNGEX Pty. Ltd. offers the best Demodex hair mites treatment which is an essential solution for your healthy scalp, hair, skin and body.
Ungex is in the personal care industry with its essential care plan, known as 'Ungex Hair Mites Solution'.Because face mites live under the skin for the majority of their lives, getting rid of them can be a lengthy, but necessary process.
Ungex's goal is to help eliminate all types of Demodex mites in an effective and safe manner with its unique Demodex hair mites treatment, also known as Ungex Mites Solution.
|Demodex Folliculorum and D. Brevis, Known as Hair Follicle Mites, Have Been Identified As the Leading Contributor To Many of Hair and Skin Problems.
Both species are primarily found in the scalp, face, near the nose, the eyelashes, and eyebrows, but also occur elsewhere on the skin. Each has a semitransparent, elongated body that consists of two fused segments and eight short segmented legs, attached to the first body segment.
Ungex Demodex Mites Treatment Is the Best Precondition and Pre-treatment in the Personal Care Industry.
Because It Helps You Get Rid of All Types of Hair Follicle Mites to Have A Healthy Scalp and Skin.
|Demodex mites mate on the surface of the human skin at night, but the eggs are laid inside the hair follicles or sebaceous glands. The six-legged larvae hatch within a couple of days, and the larvae develop into adults in a week. The total lifespan of a Demodex mite is about 30 to 90 days.
Older people are much more likely to carry more Demodex mites. In the vast majority of cases, if the Demodex mites go untreated then their populations can dramatically increase, resulting in many different hair and skin problems such as the conditions known as demodicosis or Demodex mite bite, characterised by itching, inflammation, and other skin disorders. Blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids) can also be caused by Demodex mites. Evidence of a correlation between Demodex infection and acne vulgaris exists, suggesting it may play a role in promoting acne, also may cause many other skin issues especially as they develop into adults.
|By Gregory Kirk, Founder of the Strand Clinic - Melbourne, Australia 19th October 2015
What are Demodex (folliculorum) mites? And are they good or bad? I wish I had stressed this more often over the years with colleagues, peers and mentors alike on the importance of ensuring each patient is free of Demodex mite infestation on the scalp skin, in hair tissue and deep in oil glands pre and post treatment or surgery.
Surgery, Dermatology, Para medical practices, so many other crafts treating the skin, scalp and hair could advance if we are to identify a patient pre-treatment or surgery of the degree they are host to mites either on the scalp , facial skin or nestled in hair cuticles.
As clinicians, practitioners and staff we should be free of Demodex mites in health and practice. Upon a bit of research I am confident you will see the importance of this adventure into understanding scalp and face mites, why I stress in especially treating patients with high counts of Demodex, their follow up treatments and prevention.
I see why Demodex are over looked and misunderstood, for those of us who know what they and those of the other 95% in healing skin, scalp or hair really have no idea what a Demodex mite is or what it is capable of doing to skin and hair along with other potential health risks for that matter.
Because we are all a host to these microscopic cheeky mites that vary in characteristics. They are all part of the same family though, each will find a liking to reside on one part of the body over another and one creature over another with some really amazing forms and shapes, eyes, mouths, rectum and genitals. Pretty amazing.
Research now leads to us to conclude as does heavily supported data in clinical observations these mites certainly contribute to hair loss and scalp disorders by feeding and surviving on the nutrients that our skin and hair needs to function balanced. There appears to be no good reason they exist thus far and can be host to some Nano bacteria and nanobes but highly controversial point to add here...
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|Demodex Hair Mites Can Result in Atopic Dermatitis, Itching, Spots, Aging Skin, Rough Skin, Fine Lines, Pimples, Acne, Rosacea, Thin Hair and Hair Loss.
Hair mites leave the hair follicles and walk around the skin, especially at night as they try to avoid light. Human mites are transferred between hosts through contact with hair, eyebrows and the sebaceous glands of the face.
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Demodex mites are a serious contributing factor when it comes to hair loss. This can lead to a wide variety of other hair and skin problems. The products use a blend of herbal solutions to provide a safe, effective way of helping those who suffer from mites.
Hair loss is not a new problem. When dealing with hair loss, people always over-treat their scalps with too many products and treatments, hoping that it will be deeply revitalized and hair will grow again. However, they might have missed out something very important in the process.
Our pets, be them cats or dogs are always infected with mites or skin parasites that feed on the keratin layer of the skin. Similarly, we have unknowingly become the host for those dangerously harmful microorganisms known as hair mites which cause hair loss . To tackle this problem, we have to start from the root to do the right Demodex treatment.
|These tiny parasites feed on hormones, oils and fluids around the hair follicle. A single hair follicle can support a family of 25 follicle mites. Elderly persons and people with compromised immune conditions and stress are particularly vulnerable to mites' potential noxious effects.
Those who respond adversely may do so because their immune system is unable to respond sufficiently to keep the mite population in check or because of their inflammatory response to microbe or waste products associated with the mites. For some people, it's enough to make their skin crawl. And bathing won't wash them off. Known as the hair mite, the parasite lives in the hair follicles of people and feeds on oils, hormones, and fluids around the follicle.
These little parasites can initiate a variety of problems. When something causes the mites to reproduce at a higher rate, they can break out of the hair follicle and may hair loss, cause acne and various skin conditions. In some cases, the interaction with Demodex mites causes skin to actually slough off. Studies show the Demodex hair mite to be associated with numerous types of skin complications. While mites may cause certain problems, it also is possible specific skin conditions become a breeding ground for Demodex mites. If you have high levels of hormones, you're going to have high levels of hair mite reproduction because these invertebrate insects obtain their steroids from the host. Demodex hair mite poses the biggest threat to people under stress or those with cancer or other conditions such as HIV/AIDS that suppress the immune system.
Demodex hair mite colonies can spread unchecked because patients cannot produce the antibodies needed to control the parasites. Under normal conditions, hair mites produce an antigen when they feed in a hair follicle, and then the human body makes antibodies against the parasites, thereby keeping their reproduction low and in balance. Demodex hair mites feed continuously inside the hair follicle. Three to five days are required for egg laying and hatching, followed by one week for the larvae to develop into adults. Their total life span is around one to three months. They are transferred from host to host by contact, particularly in hair and face.
|Eye mites also known as Demodex is a genus of a parasitic mites that live in or near hair follicles of mammals. There are about 65 different species of Demodex with only two species known to attack human beings, i.e. the Demodex brevis and Demodex folliculorum both of which are commonly refers as to hair mites or face mites. However, eye mites or eyelash mites only refers to Demodex folliculorum.
The Demodex brevis is normally found on the sebaceous glands while the Demodex folliculorum (follicle mites) is found on hair follicles. Both these two species are commonly found on facial areas and thus at times know as face mites especially on areas near your cheeks, forehead, chin, eyebrows, eyelashes as well as your nose. However, they can also be found on other body parts too.
Causes of facial mites or how do you get eyelash mites, If you think hygiene could be a main reason why you have mites in eyelashes, you are wrong since scientists have shown no relationship between personal hygiene and infestation of these mites. They have only noted that some hosts are much preferred by face mites than others.
However, there seems a connection between eye mites and mascara as women who wear a lot of mascara tend to have a higher prevalence of these mites on their eyelashes. This is the same case for people who wear a lot of eye makeup in general. Furthermore, people who have oily skins tend to be more vulnerable to mites on eyelashes than those who do not have much. This could be perhaps due to the fact that they feed on these oils. Not washing your face before you go to bed or sleeping with your makeup could also be a cause for the increased levels of face mites.
|You will have Demodex mite bite or demodicosis that often results to some skin disorders, inflammation or an itching skin. You will experience the inflammation and itching in the morning since these mites crawl out of you eyelash follicles at night, mate, lay eggs and crawl back into your follicle in the morning.
Rosacea is another common sign you have lash mites as these mites often cause inflammatory skin diseases including rosacea.
Blepharitis, an eyelid inflammation condition characterized by crusty, swollen, reddened, burning and itchy eyelids. Affected people may suffer from acne vulgaris as these mites often promote acne vulgaris. Eyelash falling out in case there are so many of them in one single eyelash follicle. Severe infestation of face mites can lead to eye and skin infection.
However, It is normal for doctors to ignore the presence of mites in eyelashes unless they are able to notice some eye mites’ symptoms.
|Ungex offers the best hair and skin solutions that will completely transform the personal care industry. Ungex helps you treat all types of human follicle mites known as Demodex folliculorum and brevis on your face, eyelash, nose, ear, eyebrow, scalp, skin and the whole body.
If you are suffering from any types of hair or skin problems, please view the portal of the main website of our company or contact us for more information.
The Ungex range of products are of the highest quality ingredients, and we work hard to perfect them to be both safe and effective, without all the nasty additives a lot of other conventional products use today. Those suffering mite infestation are often troubled by hair and skin issues; our mission is to assist reduce these problems with zero side effects and a formula gentle enough for everyday use.
Throughout your Demodex Mites Treatment related research, you may have heard Ungex refer to our products as a ‘pre-treatment’ or ‘pre-condition’ to hair care and skin care. Today, we are going to explore this notion a bit deeper and explore the holistic approach we take to provide the first and fundamental step to hair and skin health.
It is highly important and necessary to eliminate hair mites and face mites prior to seeking any treatment for skin or scalp based issues. Demodex mites act as a barrier for topical treatments on the skin.
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