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Posted on Sep 21, 2012 in Demodex | 0 comments

What Demodex Folliculorum Symptoms Look and Feel Like. How Can I Get Rid Of Demodex Mites

Facial and dermal problems has always been to be one of the most concerned issues to every individual, whether you are a teen-aged, mid-aged, or old aged, taking consistent notes about the changes on your skin is a must. This is not new to all and is more likely to be normal to look for ways to make it look good or better. For adolescence or teen aged people, number one problem is their blemishes and pimples. For adults and/or older people, scaly skin like problems is an additional issue for them. We can say that these are just simple cleaning and sanitary or hygiene issues to one self. Keeping your face and body clean is the top most priority, so that you won’t get any of these types of skin problems. But for some cases, even if you bathe twice a day, wash your face four times a day. I might be wondering why it won’t go away. Better yet, you need to take notes of these skin issues that you are conforming to. You might get an idea of why these things continuously occur even with proper hygiene is habitually being done on the later part of this article.

You might try to reconsider huge population of mites on you face or other parts of the skin. There have been minor studies concluding rosacea like skins are more likely to be caused by demodex mites. As we all know demodex can be considered as commensal organisms. But with an outbreak of procreation or any increase of food source would definitely lead to any infestation which in turn making treating these organisms as parasitic to human skin. Various types of symptoms could occur to one individual to another depending on the degree of infestation that they have on their skin.

These symptoms would likely occur dues to the fact that demodex resides in between the hair follicles and oil glands. They are nocturnal, making them inactive at day time (feeding all day with dead or live skin cells, hormones, oils, etc) and active at night to mate and reproduce. They would lay their eggs back in the hair follicle, and then oil flow would push the larva up to the pores, having a huge larval mite plug which could cause inflammation. Such symptoms that you need to consider are red swollen nose, burning sensation in the eyelids or watery eyes, some hair loss, pimples and blemishes per say like whiteheads or blackheads, and facial itchiness. You also might want to consider facial reddening by heat, alcohol, post menstrual stress or just typical stress situations on how easily your skin would react on such normal conditions. If you think you have one or more of these things, you might want to check it out and talk it through with your doctor.

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