Ungex is your one stop solution for all your anti-demodex needs.
We have developed a wide range of revolutionary products that combine specialised techniques with our in-home care system and Demodex protocol that ensure success. Ungex has received several business certificates and awards, including the 2012 "Best Invention Award" for the invention of ‘Ungex Hair Mites Solution’ to provide a natural/herbal-based care plan to treat areas affected by Demodex mites.
Seyed Behbahani founded Ungex in 2011.
Seyed has made his company's mission to help those who suffer from hair loss and skin problems due to Demodex mites with a special Demodex solutions.
Throughout his career, he has focused on quality service delivery and remained dedicated to the satisfaction of each customer and the communities in which they reside.
The confidence that comes with having clear, Demodex-free skin is as important as a nice smile.
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Ungex has become the global forerunner in skin and hair care treatments. Through its innovative research, Ungex has developed revolutionary products designed to eliminate and treat skin affected by Demodex mites.
Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis, are the two species that live on human skin. These pesky mites can be responsible for many common skin conditions such as acne, redness and hair loss.
Demodex mites are parasites that live within hair follicles. Studies have shown that Demodex hair mites can be responsible for numerous types of skin complications, such as acne, rosacea, red nose, pimples, blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, eczema, pruritus, itchy skin, hair loss, androgenic alopecia, baldness, aging skin, rough skin, wide pores, freckles, spots, fine wrinkles, dermatosis, rash, discoloration on the face and other skin conditions.
Older people are much more likely to carry more Demodex mites. In the vast majority of cases, if the Demodex mites go untreated then their population can dramatically increase, resulting in many different hair and skin problems such as the conditions known as demodicosis or Demodex mite bite, characterised by itching, inflammation, and other skin disorders. Blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids) can also be caused by Demodex mites. Evidence of a correlation between Demodex infection and acne vulgaris exists, suggesting it may play a role in promoting acne, and may also cause many other skin issues, especially as the mites develop into adults.
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.
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Products work great, just need patience and time. Ungex team very friendly and keep following up with me to see I do treatment the right way.
I am pleased with my progress so soon after starting the regimen/treatment with Ungex products. So far so good.
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Ungex can help control the number of Demodex mites that live on the skin. The revolutionary Ungex protocol can help treat Demodicosis in a natural way. Ungex combines natural ingredients and science to tackle many skin issues linked to Demodex infestations such as acne rosacea, blepharitis, chalazion, eczema, itchy skin, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, hair loss, androgenic alopecia, and baldness.
Avoid sharing personal items like towels, comb, pillows and bed-sheets, clothes, and other items that come in contact with the skin or scalp. Make a habit out of washing your pillowcases and bed sheets more often. Dry your fabrics under the sun during the daytime. Wash yourself or your children more frequently with pure or filtered water. Spray personal items with Pro-Demodex Treatment (PDT), a powerful anti-Demodex solution from Ungex!
Demodex folliculorum is the tongue twister of the two. These guys like to hang out in the hair follicle, making them more prominent in the face region. Demodex brevis is super similar to its cousin but is slightly shorter and chunkier in look. The main difference between the two is D. brevis is commonly found on the neck and chest areas.
Shop as usual, then choose Afterpay as your payment method at checkout in other words you can buy now and pay later. Afterpay Limited is an Australian financial technology company operating in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and New Zealand. Afterpay is best known for its "buy now, pay later" service that allows online clients to purchase a product immediately and pay for it later with four equal interest-free repayments. Now when you're cruising through our natural hair care and skincare products, you don't have to wonder. Treat yourself, your skin, and your scalp, to a Demodex-free life!
Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin condition that can cause skin flakes, greasy, scaly patches, itching of the affected areas, and redness on the skin. “Dermatitis” means skin lesions that are red, inflamed, and itchy; “Seborrheic” implies that these lesions may occur in the oily parts of the skin where the sebaceous glands are more active. In general, around 4% of the population may have SD, and half of these adults experience dandruff, which is usually a mild form of seborrheic dermatitis. It's also called seborrheic eczema, dandruff, seborrhoea, seborrheic psoriasis, and cradle cap. Overactive sebaceous glands, androgen hormones, Malassezia yeasts as well as Demodex mites exacerbate seborrheic dermatitis? These Demodex mites don't stop, do they? Check out our blog for more info, and treatment options!
Demodex mites are microscopic freeloaders that take up residence in all our faces. That's right, specifically, in our sebaceous glands, and the follicles of our skin. Here is a list of quick facts to help introduce your family and friends to some tiny neighbours, that they didn't know existed. Some fun facts about them; Demodex mites (D. folliculorum and D. brevis) are tiny mites that feast on the oil that our skin produces (called 'sebum'.) They have 8 legs, and a long tail, with faces only a microscopic mother could love. Demodex mites stay hidden in our pores in the day and roam freely across our skin at night. They are passed down to us from our parents when we are born. And, are typically harmless, until they begin to over populate. Some not-fun facts about them; Demodex overpopulation leads to clogged pores, and when they die, they excrete harmful substances onto our skin. These factors can exacerbate (or even cause) a myriad of skin and hair issues, like; acne rosacea, blepharitis, demodicosis, dandruff, weird crawling, or itching sensations at night. However, no need to fear, Ungex is here! We offer a range of products that aim to help combat these tiny little weirdos. Please, do yourselves a favour, and check out our web pages for more information on our products and service! To end on a somewhat light-hearted note, a funny fact is Demodex mites have no butts! They eat, and eat, till they explode! Thus ending their life-cycle on our skin. Not exactly poetry in motion. But, interesting nonetheless!
Did you know that Demodex mites are passed from person to person, from as early as the day we are born? The transfer of Demodex mites is inescapable but there is no need to fear! The Ungex Pro-Demodex Treatment is an Aussie-made product that uses natural-based ingredients to help prevent cross-transferring of microorganisms. This solution can be sprayed on personal items that come in contact with the eyes and face such as breathing masks, eye-wears, towels, and bedding. Ungex can help reduce the risk of transferring infection from those who are contagious, to those who aren’t.
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