class='date-header'Friday, 24 June 2016

Demodex Mites Living On Your Face

The Mites That Live On Your Face





What if I told you that right now, you have dozens of tiny mites eating, laying eggs, dying, and leaking feces—all over your face?


Turns out, you probably do.


I’m Anna Rothschild, and this is Gross Science.


Face mites, or Demodex mites, are wormy-looking creatures with eight tiny legs. They’re actually arachnids, related to spiders, scorpions, and ticks, and they’re really common. They’re found in pretty much every society on the planet, and most healthy adults have at least a few.


People usually acquire their first mites during childhood, but the mites don’t really start getting busy til you hit puberty.


That’s because face mites love oily skin. They live in the hair follicles on your forehead, cheeks and nose, or depending on the species, inside the sebaceous—or oil producing—glands surrounding those follicles.


They eat sebum, or skin oil, and also slurp out the insides of your dead skin cells. And that’s where things get really gross. You see, face mites don’t have anuses. They store all of their waste in their abdomens until the day they die. At which point they decompose and leak feces all over your face.


In fact, some scientists think that the bacteria in their poop could be related to certain skin condition, like rosacea or blepharitis.


Each mite only lives for about two weeks, but that’s more than enough time for them to crawl out onto your skin at night to mate around the edges of your hair follicles. The female then burrows back and lays one gigantic egg. Two and a half days later you’ve got a brand new baby mite, ready to once again begin the circle of life… on your face.


Ew.


***


Learn More About Hair Follicle Mites, Also Known As Demodex Hair Mites.


Demodex Folliculorum and D. Brevis, Known as Hair Follicle Mites, Have Been Identified As the Leading Contributor To Many of Hair and Skin Problems.


Both species are primarily found in the scalp, face, near the nose, the eyelashes, and eyebrows, but also occur elsewhere on the skin. Each has a semitransparent, elongated body that consists of two fused segments and eight short segmented legs, attached to the first body segment.


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Demodex Hair Mites

Learn More About Hair Follicle Mites, Also Known As Demodex Hair Mites.




Demodex Folliculorum and D. Brevis, Known as Hair Follicle Mites, Have Been Identified As the Leading Contributor To Many of Hair and Skin Problems.


Both species are primarily found in the scalp, face, near the nose, the eyelashes, and eyebrows, but also occur elsewhere on the skin. Each has a semitransparent, elongated body that consists of two fused segments and eight short segmented legs, attached to the first body segment.


UNGEX Pty. Ltd.

P & F: +61 3 9939 7575

Phone: +61 3 9939 6154

Toll Free: 1800 238 528


HQ: 1510, 530 Little Collins Street 

Melbourne VIC 3000 AUSTRALIA


class='date-header'Wednesday, 22 June 2016

قسمت دوم - روش استفاده از دستگاه هایفرکانسی و محصولات آنجکس

قسمت دوم  طرز استفاده از محصولات آنجکس  و دستگاه  "هایفرکانسی"   تلویزیون تصویر ایران




لطفا بخش دوم از روش استفاده از محصولات آنجکس به همراه روش استفاده از دستگاه  "هایفرکانسی" (برطرف کننده انگل های پوست و مو) را ملاحظه فرمایید. این برنامه به میزبانی  خانم دکتر میترا زکریایی (متخصص طب گیاهی) همراه با مهمان برنامه آقای بهبهانی (مدیر شرکت آنجکس استرالیا) از تلویزیون جهانی تصویر ایران پخش شده است تا با روش صحیح استفاده از محصولات آنجکس بیشتر آشنا شوید.

(لازم به یادآوری است که کلیپ فوق با سایز کوچک ویژه ی تلگرام  آپلود شده است و لذا کیفیت تصویر آن پایین است) ... البته از لینک کانال یوتیوب زیر می توانید همین برنامه را با کیفیت بهتر نیز مشاهده فرمایید:

برای اطلاعات بیشتر از تکنولوژی #مایت سولوشن #آنجکس و راه حل طبیعی از بین بردن #انگل #دمودکس مایت #پوست و #مو  ضمن مشاهده فیلمهای مربوطه از سایت فارسی شرکت نیز بازدید فرمایید

قسمت نخست طرز استفاده از محصولات آنجکس تلویزیون تصویر ایران

قسمت اول فیلم طرز استفاده از محصولات آنجکس - تلویزیون تصویر ایران





قابل توجه عزیزانی که درخواست نموده بودند فیلم روش استفاده از محصولات آنجکس (برطرف کننده انگل های پوست و مو) را مشاهده فرمایند و یا دوستانی که موفق نشده بودند قبلا این برنامه را مستقیم از طریق تلویزیون مشاهده نمایند اکنون می توانند قسمت نخست این برنامه را به میزبانی سرکار خانم دکتر میترا زکریایی (متخصص طب گیاهی) همراه با مهمان برنامه اقای بهبهانی (مدیر شرکت آنجکس استرالیا) در برنامه چشمه از تلویزیون جهانی تصویر ایران ملاحظه فرمایند تا با روش صحیح استفاده از محصولات آنجکس بیشتر آشنا شوند.

برای اطلاعات بیشتر از تکنولوژی #مایت سولوشن #آنجکس و راه حل طبیعی از بین بردن #انگل #دمودکس ماست #پوست و #مو  ضمن مشاهده فیلمهای مربوطه از سایت فارسی شرکت نیز بازدید فرمایید
class='date-header'Friday, 27 May 2016

مصاحبه خانم دکتر زکریایی با آقای بهبهانی مدیر شرکت آنجکس


مصاحبه تلویزیون پارس به میزبانی سرکار خانم دکتر زکریایی با آقای بهبهانی مدیر شرکت آنجکس  مبتکر تکنولوژی مایت سولوشن در خصوص مشکل انگل دمودکس






دمودکس مایت چیست؟


تا کنون حدود شصت و پنج گونه از انگل دمودكس مایت شناخته شده است که تنها دو گونه از این انگلها در پوست انسان زندگی می کنند که یکی به نام دمودکس فولیکولرم که در زیر ریشه مو (فولیکول مو) و دیگری دمودکس برویس که در غدد چربی پوست انسان زندگی می کنند که هر دواغلب به نام مایت یا همان انگل عنکبوتی مو نامیده می شوند


مايتهاى دمودکس، نوعى انگل عنكبوتى شکل و شبيه كرم هستند. مطالعات و تحقيقات نشان می دهد دمودکس مايت با بیشتر مشکلات پوست و مو ازجمله ريزش مو، نازك شدن مو، خارش پوست، پیری پوست، خشن و خشك شدن پوست، بینی قرمز، جوش، آکنه، روزاسه، کک و مک و لکه هاى پوستى، چین و چروک، آتوپیک، درماتوز، تغییر رنگ بر روی صورت و دیگر بیماری های پوستی مرتبط هستند و به دلیل اینکه در سطح پوست در حرکت هستند در انتقال و گسترش عفونتها وبيماريهاى پوستى نیز نقش مهمى دارند


آیا ممکن است نقش دمودکس مایت و چگونگی آسیبی را که مایتها در آن دخیل می باشند را به زبانی ساده توضیح بدهید؟


نقش انگل دمودكس مايت در پوست انسان همانند نقش آفت در باغ است! همانگونه كه آفات سلامتي و شادابي باغ را با خطر مواجه مي نمايد، مايتها نيز مشكلات متعددي براي سلامت و بهداشت پوست و مو ايجاد مي كنند .لذا از بين بردن اين آفات شرط اصلي، اجتناب ناپذير و مقدم بر هر درماني مي باشد.

این موجودات که متاسفانه تاکنون به نقش مهم و مضر آنها توجه کافی نشده است و بصورت جامع نیز به مردم معرفی نشده اند، با بسیاری از مشکلات پوست و مو مرتبط هستند. از آنجایی که این انگل ها از سبیوم ( چربی) و مواد مغذی پوست تغذیه میکنند سلول های پوستی و فولیکول های مو به صورت قابل توجهی دچار سوء تغذیه می شوند و چنانچه از رشد آنها جلوگیری نشود به سرعت تعداشان افزایش یافته و سلامت مو و پوست را به خطر می اندازند ، به عبارت ساده تر ، همانند نقش آفت در کشاورزی یا باغ داری


مایت ها به چه شکلی هستند و آیا می توان آنها را مشاهده نمود؟


این موجودات تنها با چشم مسلح ( میکروسکوپ) قابل دیدن هستند . بسیار شبیه کرم هستند اما هشت پای کوچک دارند و طول آنها حدود یک سوم قطر مو است با بدنی نیمه شفاف


طول عمر این موجوات چند روز است ؟


چرخه حیات این مایت ها پنج مرحله است. پس از جفت گیری روی پوست سر ، به زیر پوست سر ( فولیکول مو ) می روند و پس از دوازده ساعت تخم گذاری می کنند که پس از حدود دو هفته به مایتهای بالغ تبدیل می شوند . طول عمر این موجودات حدود سی الی نود روز است


آیا مایت همان شپش است ؟


خیر، این دو کاملا متفاوتند. مایت انگل فولیکول است که تنها با استفاده از میکرسکوپ قابل رویت می باشد که با ریزش مو و سایر مشکلات پوستی مرتبط است و بیش از نیمی از جمعیت جهان دچار مشکل دمودکس با تراکم متوسط یا بالا هستند، درحالیکه شپش شیوع چندانی ندارد و با چشم غیر مسلح نیز دیده می شود.


چگونه از وجود این مایت ها روی سر یا پوست خود مطلع شویم؟


تحقیقات و شواهد نشان داده است که بیشتر افرادی که ریزش مو یا موهای نازکی دارند و یا دچار سایر مشکلات پوستی مانند ‫#‏آکنه‬‬ ، جوش صورت ، خارش پوست و … هستند دارای این مایت ها با تراکم بالا می باشند ، اگرچه با استفاده از میکروسکوپ به راحتی و در مدت کوتاهی ظرف چند دقیقه می توان از وجود تراکم بالای انگل ها مطمئن شد و آنها را مشاهده نمود


راه حل مشکل دمودکس مایت چیست؟


شرکت ‫ ‏آنجکس‬‬ که موفق به اخذ جایزه بهترین اختراع سال 2012 برای ارائه تکنولوژی مایت سولوشن شده بسته ویژه و منحصر بفرد دمودکس مايت سولوشن - خود را جهت کمک به از بین بردن کنه های دمودکس مایت ازطریق نمایندگان رسمی خود در سراسر جهان و یا بصورت آنلاین از طریق پورتال های رسمی اینترنتی ارایه می کند که شامل محصولات طبیعی و گیاهی (بدون عوارض جانبی – مانند شامپو، تونیک مو و اسپری پرودمودکس تریتمنت) همراه با روشی نوین با کمک دستگاه ‫#‏هایفرکانسی‬‬ و متد و سیستم ویژه آن همراه با یکسری دستورالعمل ها و مهارتهایی که مردم در هنگام استفاده از محصولات باید به دقت به آن توجه کنند تا بتوانند با کمک این تکنولوژی مشکل  ‏دمودکس‬‬ ‫ مایت‬‬ را برطرف کنند
class='date-header'Saturday, 14 May 2016

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class='date-header'Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Demodex Eye Mites

What Are Eye Mites or Eyelash Mites?





Eye mites also known as Demodex is a
genus of a parasitic mites that live in or near hair
follicles of mammals. There are about 65 different species of Demodex
with only two species known to attack human beings, i.e. the 
Demodex
brevis
 and Demodex folliculorum both of which
are commonly refers as to hair mites or face mites. However, eye mites or
eyelash mites only refers to D
emodex folliculorum. 


The Demodex brevis is normally found on the sebaceous glands while
the Demodex folliculorum (follicle mites) is found on hair follicles. Both these two
species are commonly found on facial areas and thus at times know as face mites especially on areas near your cheeks,
forehead, chin, eyebrows, eyelashes as well as your nose.
However, they
can also be found on other body parts too.

Causes of facial mites or how do you
get eyelash mites

If you think
hygiene could be a main reason why you have mites in eyelashes, you are wrong
since scientists have shown no relationship between personal hygiene and
infestation of these mites. They have only noted that some hosts are much
preferred by face mites than others.
However, there
seems a connection between eye mites
and mascara
 as
women who wear a lot of mascara tend to have a higher prevalence of these mites
on their eyelashes. This is the same case for people who wear a lot of eye
makeup in general.
Furthermore,
people who have oily skins tend to be more vulnerable to mites on
eyelashes than those who do not have much. This could be perhaps due to
the fact that they feed on these oils.
Not washing
your face before you go to bed or sleeping with your 
make-up could also be a
cause for the increased levels of face mites. According to Dr. Oz (of The Oprah
Show fame), 50% of Americans have eyelash mites as a result of sleeping in eye 
make-up 
What are some of the eye mite symptoms?
·       
You
will have Demodex mite bite or demodicosis that often results to some skin
disorders, inflammation or an itching skin. You will experience the
inflammation and itching in the morning since these mites crawl out of you
eyelash follicles at night, mate, lay eggs and crawl back into your follicle in
the morning.
·       
Rosacea
is another common sign you have lash mites as these mites often cause
inflammatory skin diseases including rosacea.  
·       
Blepharitis,
an eyelid inflammation condition characterized by crusty, swollen, reddened,
burning and itchy eyelids.
·       
Affected
people may suffer from acne vulgaris as these mites often promote acne
vulgaris.
·       
Eyelash
falling out
 in case there are so many of
them in one single eyelash follicle.
·       
Severe
infestation of face mites can lead to eye and skin infection.
It is normal for doctors to ignore the presence of mites
in eyelashes
 unless they are able to notice some eye mites’ symptoms.
Find more here 


#EyeMites #EyelashMites #Demodex #FaceMites
#HairMites #BodyMites #SkinMites #Ungex
class='date-header'Thursday, 5 May 2016

Mother's Day Offer!



Mother's Day Offer!


70% OFF! Save up to $300!

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Ungex Specials

Take 70% off all our Essential kits and receive a complimentary High Frequency Instrument this Mother's Day. 

Treat your mum with the perfect gift. Order now, and take advantage of our huge savings for mother’s day and start your journey towards living a healthy, and mite-free lifestyle. Hurry, offer available for a limited time only! *

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class='date-header'Friday, 29 April 2016

Demodex Mites

Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis


Demodex mites

Both species of demodex mites live on your face and hair follicles. They cannot be seen without the assistance of a microscope. 
Visit our website HEREto read more information on Demodex mites.

#ungex #demodexmites #hairmites #facemites #skinmites

Human Demodex Mites Under The Microscope

“Know thy enemy, know thy self.”



Okay, that isn't completely fair as mites aren't necessarily the bad guys, which is explained in a previous post here.


But one needs to know the problem before it can be solved. This is often the case with mites, as for the most part they have fallen under the radar, despite a large estimation of the population carrying them.

The life cycle of these mites are incredibly short—so short, in fact, that their bodies are not even equipped with organs for eliminating waste products.


They live on oils and nutrients from our skin, mate, lay eggs, and then die within two weeks of being hatched. Often, both humans and their eight-legged friends can live peacefully with each other; however, when their numbers grow too high and an infestation begins, many unpleasant side effects may be experienced by the host.

It seems that in older people, those with suppressed immune systems (caused by stress or illness), or possibly those taking antibiotics or with compromised skin fauna, can sometimes have the mite population dramatically increase and get out of control.


What do Demodex mites look like?


Well, because they are invisible to the eye, unless aided by a microscope many people are curious what is actually going on with hair mites and how they look.


The adult ‪#‎Demodex‬ hair ‪#‎mites‬ usually are around 0.3 mm in length. They have semi-transparent elongated bodies with 8 short segmented legs. Hair mites have pin-like mouth-parts for eating skin cells, hormones and oils.


They crawl! They move by crawling about in darkness. Many people who have mites complain of itching or a ‘crawling’ feeling they get on the skin and this is one explanation of it.

Find more here 



class='date-header'Wednesday, 24 February 2016

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class='date-header'Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Beauty Expo 5 and 6 March

Hair and Beauty Expo 5 and 6 March 2016

5 - 6 March 216
‪Visit UNGEX‬ Pty Ltd Stand # 1044 at Salon Melbourne on March 5th & 6th (Sat. & Sun.) at The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Salon Melbourne is Victoria’s ultimate event for savvy salon professionals, delivering leading brands, the latest products and creative inspiration in ‪hair and ‪‎beauty.
More Info Here:
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During the two day show the visitors will enjoy lots of special offers and massive promotions. We will exhibit our unique products to all visitors. Also this two day show will give us a chance to interact with hair and beauty professionals across the industry, as well as educate them on the prevalence of ‪‎Demodex‬ ‪‎mites‬.

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Toll Free: 1800 238 528
P & F: +61 3 9939 7575

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class='date-header'Sunday, 14 February 2016

Ungex Booth in Salon Melbourne 5-6 March 2016

Visit Us at Ungex Booth in Salon Melbourne 5-6 March 2016!

Visit Ungex Booth
Salon Melbourne 5-6 March 2016


UNGEX Pty Ltd is going to participate in Salon Melbourne – Hair & Beauty Expo on March 5-6, 2016 - at The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Salon Melbourne is Victoria’s ultimate event for savvy salon professionals, delivering leading brands, the latest products and creative inspiration in hair and beauty.


During the two day show the visitors will enjoy lots of special offers and massive promotions. We will exhibit our unique products to all visitors. Also this two day show will give us a chance to interact with beauty professionals across the industry, as well as educate them on the prevalence of Demodex mites.

Visit our main portal HERE to register for this event!
class='date-header'Friday, 5 February 2016

Happy Chinese New Year!

Ungex Wishes You A Very Happy Chinese New Year!

Ungex Wishes You A Very Happy CNY!


Ungex is lucky that it is our business to talk to many people who are in hardship due to hair or skin problems, and that we get to help them. May the warmest wishes, happiest thoughts and friendliest greetings come- and stay with you all year long.

From the whole Ungex team, we wish much joy to you in the up coming Chinese New Year!

Happy CNY!