Most people have never heard of Demodex mites in humans, let alone that they are likely to be responsible for most hair and skin problems.
If you are looking for an answer, you have come to the right place. Ungex provides a solution to treat Demodex hair mites in humans, more about products.
“100% of people over 18 years of age appear to host at least one Demodex species…”
– Research article by North Carolina State University & Fordham University, USA.
Demodex mites are parasites that live in hair follicles, they are relatives of ticks, spiders, scorpions and other arachnids. In the animal kingdom there are many species of mite, and the demodex family contains 65. Of those, only 2 reside on human skin – Demodex Folliculorum and Demodex Brevis.
Demodex mites live in the hair follicles on your scalp, face and body. You can’t see them with your eyes, since they’re microscopic. They live for two weeks in total. It takes half a day for a female Demodex to lay her eggs (deep inside your hair follicles), two and a half days for them to hatch out of skin and hair follicles and six days for a baby demodex mite to reach adulthood. From then on, a Demodex mite will enjoy a further five days of life eating the oil and nutrients from your skin before dying and liquefying in your pores. Mites usually only come out of their follicles at night, as they try to avoid light.
So why do most animals, including humans live with these insects?! In humans, they tend to become a problem when a high population density is found. This 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 effectively, read more about Ungex products here.
Demodex are responsible for many symptoms within hair follicles and skin. The explanation behind these tell-tale symptoms on your hair, scalp face and body skin are outlined below. If you have any additional questions please feel free to leave them in the form below.
• Mites feed off of sebum.
• Follicles become undernourished, causing hair to fall out.
• If left untreated, mite population can increase drastically.
• Multiple mites share one follicle, causing skin to stretch.
• Mites eat collagen and elastin from skin. Lack of elastin causes skin to lose elasticity, resulting in wrinkles and other signs of aging.
•Mites have been shown to carry bacteria that, according to recent research could be a contributing factor to many skin conditions.
• Increased mite density in skin may trigger inflammatory responses, block hair follicles or help transmit other bacteria to other parts of the skin, leading to signs and symptoms of rosacea.
• Demodex walks with its claws scuffing the skin, causing itching and toughened skin.
• Unexplained itching usually occurs at nighttime, as this is when mites leave the hair follicles to walk around on scalp and skin to find a mate and feed.
It is highly important and necessary to eliminate hair mites prior to seeking any treatment for skin or scalp based issues. Mites not only act as a barrier for topical treatments on the skin, but also provide an unstable foundation build upon.
For example, one of our clients underwent a half head hair transplant before coming to us to get tested for mites. Unfortunately he hadn’t heard of demodex mites before surgery. You can read more about the importance of eliminating mites before sugery in this fantastic article here by the renowned Gregory Kirk
It’s Highly Important To Seek Demodex Mites Treatment Prior To Any Other Treatment For Skin Issues.
Hair Mites Cause Problems When They Soar Out Of Control!
Having an infested scalp can be explained by likening it to a garden, and I will explain why below:
The hair is composed of a protein called keratin. The hair itself is arranged in three layers.
Is a central zone of cells present only in large thick hair.
Is the main structure of the hair shaft, cortex determines the colour and hair texture of the hair affected by chemicals (bleaching, perming and colouring).
Tiny overlapping scales to protect cortex.
Located beneath the skin surface, whereby it holds the roots of hair. In one follicle, on average, there are 2-3 strands hair and is the point from which the hair grows.
Normally produces oil to moisturise the scalp. However, if the sebaceous gland is over-active, it will produce too much oil.
Bring along the blood and nutrition to the hair roots to ensure good blood circulation, healthy and strong hair.
The dermal papilla is situated at the base of the hair follicle. The dermal papilla Contain nerves and blood vessels which supply glucose for energy and amino acids to make keratin.
Ungex offers the best Human Hair Mite Demodex Treatment, 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.