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What are Demodex Mites? Demodex is what we call the mites found living in the human face. These eight-legged mites are often found on the forehead, cheeks, sides of the nose, eyelashes, and outside of the ear canal. When people experience an infestation of Demodex mites, they are suffering from a condition called demodicosis. There are two known mites known to live in the human face: demodex folliculorum and demodex brevis. Demodex folliculorum describe mites that live in the hair follicles, particularly in the eyelashes.

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Like any form of invasive insect infestation, the single lonely ones are no problem. With your pets there are species of Demodex Mite that can lead to infection and death. The human species can cause a great many long term and damaging problems if their numbers rise unchecked. If you are reading this, then most often your doctors solution is not helping to stop demodex infestation.

Demodex mites live on your skin, in your pores, in your oil glands littler pores and in your hair follicles. Their tiny size means that they can lay up to 25 eggs into a single one of your pores. If your skin is dry or damaged then the mites will multiply in great numbers and start to cause problems. If your immune system is weak through stress or illness then they will take the opportunity to start causing problems. Demodex mites multiply in great numbers and make current skin problems worse.

Then they add more problems, and while your skin is trying to catch up and heal the damage, they are causing more and creating more food for them and their millions of new hatch lings. Using chemicals such as pesticides will often suppress the immune system, and if they are not working then you should move onto a more natural solution.

With your doctors approval, why not try both chemicals and pesticides and a natural product? Some chemical solutions can not stop demodex because they do not allow your body and immune system to figure out how to defend themselves against the mites. They move the goalposts, so that either the chemical wont work full stop, or the mites will return and set up shop when you stop using the chemicals.

Neem oil and lemon grass oils have been known to work very well for some peo ple and have both aided in removing mites and healing the skin so that it is less venerable to mite attack.

Sulfur products is good, but it will dry your skin and the demodex mites will then eat the dry skin. Also, as soon as your skin gets dried, your body start producing more sebum oil which will feed the mites as well. So fight demodicosis with common sense. Change and wash your pillowcases often, and use a face cleanser and soap that removes the dead skin AND has Demodex mite killing agents inside. If you notice that you are getting dry or oily skin, then tackle that problem.

Stay safe meaning stay away from chemicals. Chemical products can only stop the infection but can not stop demodex from spreading. Instead, it can suppress the immune system and cause more harm than good to your skin and treatment of demodex. Go green, choose natural - organic products to kill the mites and clear the skin from post demodex symptoms.

Natural products are safe and effective.

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Treatment Treatment Demodicosis is often confused with other skin conditions and therefore frequently left undiagnosed and not properly treated. This is a problem since the deteriorating skin condition can lead to the formation of large bacterial infections and other chronic skin diseases. Problems with existing treatments. Often the typical model of treatment for demodex does not differ in principle from the treatment of other skin diseases.

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There is so much interest in the properties of tea tree oil that a research group has been created within the School of Biomedical, Biomolecular and Chemical Sciences at The University of Western Australia. When used topically on the skin , tea tree oil is believed to be antibacterial. Tea tree oil is available as a pure, essential oil. Tea tree oil should not be taken orally. If swallowed, it can cause serious symptoms. Click here to purchase tea tree oil. Tea tree oil can help get rid of acne-causing bacteria, one of the risk factors for Demodex.

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Demodex folliculorum: What You Should Know

Like any form of invasive insect infestation, the single lonely ones are no problem. With your pets there are species of Demodex Mite that can lead to infection and death. The human species can cause a great many long term and damaging problems if their numbers rise unchecked. If you are reading this, then most often your doctors solution is not helping to stop demodex infestation. Demodex mites live on your skin, in your pores, in your oil glands littler pores and in your hair follicles. Their tiny size means that they can lay up to 25 eggs into a single one of your pores. If your skin is dry or damaged then the mites will multiply in great numbers and start to cause problems.

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