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Live Demodex Q&A every week with Ungex.

Posted on August 31, 2017
Live Demodex Q&A every week with Ungex. Join us to get your most burning questions answered about Demodex mites, their symptoms, and treatment- new topics every week!   Tune in at 10am every Wednesday AEST.  FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM YOUTUBE Past episodes:

Demodex Mites Under The Microscope

Posted on August 31, 2017
What Demodex mites look like under the microscope. Footage taken from Ungex HQ in Melbourne, Australia 2017. One of the most common questions we get at Ungex is ‘What do Demodex mites look like?’. Because of their microscopic size, this is often frustrating for people that they can’t get a look at what is causing their skin problems or show their medical professionals for validation.  A high population density of Demodex mites in humans has 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
We pride ourselves on being at the cutting edge of Demodex Mite Treatment research and treatment, but did you know that our revolutionary natural based products have many other benefits besides killing Demodex? Ungex products work in a combination of ways, both to make your body a hostile environment and to kill Demodex directly. In addition to this Ungex products will also help eliminate and prevent many other creepy crawlies at the same time! The Pro-Demodex Treatment helps target insects directly, and is effective on things such as: Demodex mite Dust mite Lice Scabies mites Bird mites Rodent mites Fleas

Why Tea Tree Oil won’t kill Demodex

Posted on February 8, 2017
Why Tea Tree Oil won’t kill Demodex populations in humans. We often get asked why Tea Tree Oil won’t kill Demodex populations in humans effectively, and is quite simple: Because of the nature of where Demodex mites live (deep under the skin), Tea Tree Oil alone is not enough to ensure the full elimination of Demodex mites populations on human skin.  To eliminate Demodex mites fully, skin needs to be treated for a minimum of 3 months. This is because mites lay their eggs deep under the follicles, and it is crucial to treat for the correct amount of time

How To Treat Demodex Mites In Humans

Posted on June 9, 2016
Why its important to treat Demodex mites in humans. Demodex mites are contagious. Often, one of the first questions we get asked is, are Demodex mites contagious in humans? In short, yes they are. They are transferred through either physical contact or the sharing of personal care items such as hairbrushes, bedding, towels, etc. so it’s very common for people who live together to share these uninvited guests. Mite populations flourish when your immune system is down. Although Demodex mites are contagious, they do prefer a weakened immune system to really make themselves at home and breed. In fact, that