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Most hair loss and skin problems are linked to mites, we offer a solution.

Most hair problems, hair loss as well as face and skin problems are linked to Demodex mites. Ungex offers the Mites Solution.

Everything you never wanted to know about Demodex mites.

Ungex mite solution is not an illusion.

No hair mites, no hair loss.

Most hair loss and skin problems are linked to mites, we offer a solution.

All you never wanted to know about mites.

Mite solution is not an illusion.

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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. Hair mites are parasites that live in hair follicles and have recently been identified as a leading contributor to hair loss, aging skin, rough skin, wide pores, red nose, pimples, acne, rosacea, discoloration on the face, freckles, spots, fine wrinkles, atopic dermatitis, itching, rash and other skin conditions. Ungex products help eliminate hair, face and body mites. 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.

Mites are microscopic bugs that generally live in harmony with their human hosts. These tiny parasites feed on hormones, oils and fluids around the hair follicle. A single hair follicle can support a family of 25 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 itty-bitty bugs 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. Besides, it's a major problem for dogs too. 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.

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