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Posted on Sep 22, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Various Ways To Define and Treat Demodex Mites on the Face, the Scalp with Olive Oil, Apple Vinegar and Lemon Juice

Demodex mites live on sebaceous glands and hair follicles. They can bring about various unpleasant manifestations. Hair loss is one of the negative effects that these parasites can cause. Thinning of hair can be very frustrating. It can get in the way of your social life and prevent you from realizing your goals. Despite all these, it is a very nice thing that there are now various ways to remove these mites from your hair so that hair regrowth can take place.

Different anti-demodex shampoo can be used in order to suffocate those unwanted parasites. You can combine a half cup of apple cider vinegar and with 7.50 liters of water. Wash your hair with this solution for five days. You can also add tea tree oil that is known to have antiseptic properties to the solution in order to make it more effective in killing the parasites.

Olive oil is also effective in eradicating the mites. You can brush it onto your hair and scalp during the night. You can them wash it off when you wake up in the morning. This works against demodex mites because they will be suffocated by the oil, causing them to die later on. Mayonnaise can also be used for the same purpose and it will yield just the same results. Lemon juice can also be added to water, and you can use this to rinse your scalp and hair. With this solution, the pH of your scalp will be altered and it will no longer suitable for mites to live in.

Aside from treatments that can be applied topically, you can also take in dietary supplements for the purpose of improving the pH of your body. In this way, the skin is modified and no longer suitable for the mites to get nourishment. To achieve this, you can take a glass of water that has 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar twice each day.

To fully address your problem in hair loss, aside from getting rid of demodex, there are also natural ways to boost hair growth. Protein is important in terms of growing hair. For this reason, it will be helpful to take in protein rich foods like meat, sea foods, etc. Vitamin E is also needed in promoting hair growth. You can either take it by mouth or directly apply it to your scalp. Also, vitamin A is important for hair growth and having shiny and healthy hair. You should eat eggs, carrots, squash, and other vitamin A rich foods.

All your efforts to fight demodex mites will be more useful if you will also try to enhance your immune system. Studies show that they become capable of reproducing uncontrollably when the host’s immunity is compromised. No doubt, having a healthy diet, exercising on a regular basis, and having a healthy lifestyle will have a positive effect on your battle against demodex. In this way, you will be able to grow strong and healthy hair.

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