Comments on: Demodex Mites: Die-off Symptoms Reclaim your skin the right way Mon, 31 Oct 2022 16:56:42 +0000 hourly 1 By: Phyllis Stiver Mon, 31 Oct 2022 16:56:42 +0000 What are all the fibrous strings/webs that comb out of my hair?
Do these mites spin webs??

By: Natalia Steinbach Fri, 24 Jun 2022 01:12:44 +0000 In reply to Terri Lou.

Thank you so much for sharing. Two years later and your words are very reassuring because I’m experiencing the same thing and also have not found help from going to countless doctors gaslighting me and not believing me, it has been horrible. I’ve experienced the same thing how they will move to different spots, I could see them moving within follicles or skin fragments or whatever and actually saw them move to my eyes although I tried to stop them. It sounds crazy so before I didn’t even share that because I was barely listened to already.
It really has been awful and it feels good just to hear someone else who clearly had the same thing.

I scoured the Internet and had to figure it out myself and your testimony. Reassured me that I really did get it right. It’s been a nightmare.

By: Sepideh Ghaffari Mon, 17 Jan 2022 05:59:10 +0000 In reply to ALINDA GILES.

Hi Alinda,
Sorry for the late reply. As you know rosacea doesn’t have 100% treatment. It can’t be cured completely.
Let me explain about rosacea and Demodex relation. It is proved that most people who have rosacea, have a high population of Demodex mites. In another word, Demodex mites can cause or irritate rosacea.
So definitely you have a high population of Demodex mites and it’s better to remove these mites and help improve your rosacea.
You may read this post:

By: Sepideh Ghaffari Mon, 17 Jan 2022 04:55:42 +0000 In reply to Jacqui.

Hi Jacqui,
Thanks for your message. Did you try our products?

By: Jacqui Sun, 16 Jan 2022 19:33:09 +0000 In reply to Terri Lou.

This is almost exactly what happened to me

By: ALINDA GILES Mon, 18 Oct 2021 11:15:51 +0000 I had terrible pussy rosacea for 2 years. Started clearing up 2 weeks ago. using charcoal cleaners, scrubs etc. apply fresh aloe Ferox to my face. what a difference. tried absolutely everything and has now only seen you product. I live in South Africa.


By: armin-en Thu, 15 Apr 2021 03:52:59 +0000 In reply to Angela Smith.

Thanks so much for reaching out Angela and sharing your experience! Similar methods of treatment may be successful for mild infestations, however often it is not enough if mite populations are already booming.

Home remedies like these are often too harsh on the skin, and the majority of mites being under the follicle and out of reach at any one time leads the skin to bear the brunt of it and may further weaken barriers.

Home remedies also often neglect treating the immediate environment, as well as damage control in regard to not providing excess food for Demodex on the skin. Not addressing these factors and many more may result in temporary but not long, stable results for your skin.

Please feel free to reach out of you do need further support and wish you all the very best of luck in reclaiming your skin

By: Angela Smith Sun, 11 Apr 2021 12:04:55 +0000 I have been suffering from demodex and I’ve been using a tea tree with lemon sage shampoo along with tea tree essential oil, peppermint oil, and neem oil. The crawling sensation and the itching has almost completely subsided. It’s only been two treatments but I feel a huge difference.

By: armin-en Sun, 11 Apr 2021 06:11:06 +0000 In reply to Paula Mary Virany.

Hi Paula,

Tea tree oil, along with the other oils mentioned, do help with killing the Demodex mites but that is only part of the equation.

To get rid of Demodex mites, first of all, it is important to get in the habit of using a cleanser that gets rid of the excess oils and to make the affected areas a hostile place for Demodex mites to live in in order to stop them from reproducing.

It is also important to use anti-Demodex ingredients like you’ve mentioned, but at the same time, you can’t strip the skin’s oils and natural sebum because that would negatively affect your skin as well. The tea tree, mint and sage oils can be harsh on the skin.

This is why we recommend using Ungex’s series of products, which are able to help get rid of Demodex mites and reclaim your skin for the long term.

Check out this blog post for more info:

By: Paula Mary Virany Thu, 18 Mar 2021 14:04:41 +0000 Try googling essential oils that kill demodex mites. Tea tree, mint and sage oil are in the lead.