Tag Archives: Demodex treatment

Antiviral Properties in Ingredients of Ungex Products

Antiviral property of Ungex ingredients | Demodex

Did you know that Ungex products, in addition to eliminating Demodex, also have antiviral properties? In this post, we will discuss the Ungex history, how our line of products helps remove Demodex, and how the antiviral ingredients in these products can be helping in other ways too. About Ungex’s Anti-Demodex Treatment Ungex Pty Ltd is […]

Baby Shampoo and Demodex

Baby Shampoo and Demodex | Ungex

Does Baby Shampoo Help Eliminate Demodex Mites? In this post, we will discuss the effectiveness of baby shampoo in helping remove Demodex mites. Firstly, let’s briefly review what Demodex mites are. Demodex mites are microscopic 8-legged parasites that thrive on the sebaceous glands under our hair follicles. In many adults, they are not much of […]

Demodex Mites on Children

Demodex Mites on Children | Ungex

As a Demodex consultant at Ungex, I frequently get questions from worried mothers about infesting their children with Demodex mites. In this post, we will cover the topic of Demodex mites on children to provide answers for mothers who fear their children can get it. But first, let’s retake a brief look at Demodex mites […]

How Long Does It Take to Get Rid of Demodex Mites?

How Long Does It Take to Get Rid of Demodex Mites | Ungex

It’s a question we often get here at Ungex, and the truth is that there is no one answer, it is based on the circumstance of the individual. To understand the treatment period for Demodex mites and how long it takes to get rid of them, you have to understand their life-cycle and life-span (yes, […]

The Relation Between Alopecia and Demodex Mites

Alopecia | Demodex Treatment | Ungex

What is Alopecia? Alopecia is a medical term that refers to hair loss and can affect different parts of the body, including the scalp and face. There are various reasons and causes of hair loss, which include stress, psychological disorders, hormones, iron deficiency, malnutrition due to specific diets, radiation therapy, and consumption of some medications. […]