Category Archives: Demodex-based Issues

Ocular Rosacea: Causes, Symptoms, and Relief

ocular rosacea

Ocular rosacea is often mistaken for other eye-related concerns such as blepharitis, dry eye, or meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). About 20% of people with rosacea show ocular symptoms before developing any skin symptoms, which often causes this type of rosacea to be overlooked or misdiagnosed.  This article helps you understand the symptoms and take the […]

Evaluation of Pruritus With Emphasis on the Role of Demodex

itching

Pruritus, or itching, is an unpleasant skin condition that typically triggers an urge to scratch. Although all people experience it, those with chronic pruritus have a difficult time coping with life. Chronic itching is a nightmare and can lead to unpleasant events. Unbelievable as it may seem, Anne Louise Oaklander, MD, PhD, of the department […]

What is Alopecia Universalis?

alopeica universalis

Alopecia is a general term for losing hair. It was first used by physicians back in Hippocrates’s time. Alopecia Areata is a typical autoimmune disorder that often leads to unpredictable hair loss. Interestingly, It came from “alopex,” the Greek word for fox. “Alopecia” was chosen because of fur loss seen in fox mange. “Areata” came from […]

Eye Mites Treatment: New Solution, Old Cause

Eye mite

Demodex mites – or eyelash mites – are a typical cause of various skin, hair, and eye problems. This article discusses the ocular difficulties caused by Demodex mite and offers a new solution to help people with eye mites treatment. Stay with Ungex “The mites sit head down, tails up, with the tails aligned along […]