The Connection of Demodex Mites with Your Skin and Hair Problems.

The Connection of Demodex Mites with Your Skin and Hair Problems.
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“100% of people over 18 years of age appear to host at least one type of Demodex mites species…”

-North Carolina State University & Fordham University, USA*

It is not a question of ‘Do I have Demodex hair mites?’ but rather ‘Do I have a high population density?’. If you are experiencing and of the below symptoms, the answer is likely YES!

Signs and symptoms you may have Demodex mites:

  • Hair Loss

  • Aging Skin

  • Rough Skin

  • Wide Pores

  • Red Nose

  • Pimples

  • Acne

  • Rosacea

  • Discoloration On The Face

  • Freckles

  • Spots

  • Fine Wrinkles

  • Atopic Dermatitis

  • Itching

  • Dermatosis

  • Rash

  • Other Skin Conditions (everyone reacts differently!)

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Few people know that Demodex mites exist, let alone could be contributing to their skin and hair problems. The connection should be made that Ungex’s products can help ensure that mites not only eliminated, but also as prevent these issues.

Ungex products are specially formulated to help eliminate hair mites safely and effectively. We offer a FULL guarantee, as well as our full support throughout the period of your Care Plan. Visit us to today and take advantage of our huge August promotions!
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Demodex hair mites tend to multiply out of control when the immune system is compromised by illness, stress, allergies, poor diet or chemical exposure

When this happens, demodex mites can dramatically worsen underlying conditions by creating an environment conducive to infection. The demodex mite lives inside the sebaceous glands and hair follicles, sucking nutrients from hair roots, secreting waste and introducing bacteria. The more oil an individual produces, the more prolific the demodex mite will be. Hormones and menstrual cycles complicate matters by increasing the flow of thick, fatty sebum through