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Blepharitis is a nasty eye condition caused by demodex mites. In many cases it will involve a very intense and sore swelling of the eyelid. It is very irritating, since the wound is agitated every time the sufferer blinks. The condition is often chronic with varying degrees of severity. In many cases there is no permanent threat to the vision of the sufferer unless infection sets in.

The eye condition may be very acute, in which case it may be treated quickly and cleared up in around six weeks. This will probably involve medication and a natural eyelid cleaning supplement with demodex mite killing properties. In many cases the condition is chronic and the sufferer has to fight daily battles to remain on top of the problem. Some people may have the condition for two months or two years. There are even an unlucky few who are long-term sufferers, with their condition occurring and reoccurring very frequently over a number of years.

Many people have a lot of success easing the symptoms of demodex infestation (Blepharitis) with tea tree oil. This is because the oil is less dangerous to the eye than sulfur products, and it helps to lower the mites numbers, so the symptoms will become less pronounce. Many people will ease their symptoms through treating their eyelids with tea tree oil, and then using other tea tree oil products on the rest of their body. There are many soaps with tea tree oil in them. They are good for picking off the mites that migrate around the face. There are also natural body washes and shampoos that kill off the mites that have set out in search of a new place to infest.

Another way of easing the symptoms involves sulfur oil. This kills the mites but irritates the skin, so it does ease the symptoms, but it starts by making them a little worse first. It in only when the mite’s numbers begin to shrink substantially that the symptoms ease up.

Steroids are another way of easing the symptoms. They do not kill many mites but they stop your body from reacting so vigorously to the damage they cause. It lowers the swelling and puss production. This does remove a few mites as they will have less to eat, but they will still remain indefinitely if steroids are the only treatment. Plus, steroid use over a long time is very dangerous as it leaves your immune system very weak.

Metronidazole is a gel-like treatment kills the mites. This often eases the symptoms as the mites activity reduces substantially as they fight off the effects of the gel.

A very good and un-irritating hygiene routine will help to reduce the nasty effects of the mites and so ease the symptoms. You must also make sure to keep any moisturizer or makeup away from the eye. Since the mites have been known to feed on that too. Oddly enough, keeping the rest of your body (especially hair) free from demodex mites will ease a persons symptoms. Some scientists believe that this is because the mites move around during the day and regroup in the eye to feed at night.

Neem and Tea tree oils are by far the most effective. They kill the demodex mites which are responsible for the Blepharitis condition and do it in a more passive way. For example, neem oil affects their reproduction, where as tea tree oil is toxic if the mites eat it.


BLEPHARITIN™
Anti Blepharitis Ointment


Blepharitin™, was specifically formulated for people with blepharitis caused by demodex mites and secondary infections. This natural lotion provides immediate relief from the symptoms associated with blepharitis, contains ingredients: oils and herbal extracts widely recognized for their soothing, skin repair and anti-demodex properties. Proven to effectively control and treat blepharitis.




Wt. 1.5 oz. (30 mL)
Stars 5
Price: $50.00
$34.95

Availability: In stock




Product Description




Most anti demodex and anti blepharitis treatments are chemicals and antibiotics which fail to provide efficacy. The main reason why antibiotics and chemicals are not effective in fighting demodex is because they suppress the immune system of the skin. When it comes to demodex blepharitis (blepharitis caused by demodex mites), besides secondary infections caused by decomposed mites and bacteria, the suppress immune system is what causes demodex to multiply in the first place. Blepharitin™ Eye lotion is natural alternative to chemicals and antibiotics.

NATURAL INGREDIENTS

Neem oil, Black Bryony (Tamus communis), Borage (Borago officinals) Seed Oil, ProteolTM, OlivenTM, Horsetail (Equisetum Arvense) Bark Extract, Saw Palmetto (Serenoa Repens) Extract, Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), Vitamin E (dα Tocopherol).

DIRECTIONS

Blepharitin™ contains essential anti demodex oils, herbal extracts and vitamines. Neem, lemon grass and tea tree oils are well knowl for its anti demodex properties. These essential oils can kill the mite and provide relief from itching and irritation.

The lotion must me applied once a day before bed (in sever form of demodex blepharitis, twice a day).

Before the application, we recommend to wash the eyes with one of our anti demodex products: (DCleanser - is anti demodex facial wash and/or Magic Touch - is anti demodex makeup remover). Both products are extremely gentle skin cleaners with anti demodex oils.

How to apply:

Wash and clean the eyes with the DCleanser and/or the Magic Touch. Do not apply Blepharitin™ right away. Pat dry the eyes. Take a SMALLEST drop of the lotion on to your fingertip (More is NOT better with this product).
Gently close ONE eye. Apply thin layer sparingly around ONE EYE AREA first (covering: eyelids and eyebrows) . Do not open your eye right away. Keep it closed for one minute.
Repeat steps with the second eye.
It is nomal for first few applications to experience short - light stinging and/or burning sensaton of the eyelids. It will subside.

Warning:

Not for internal use. Avoid contact with the delicate eye area. If product gets into the eye - do not rinse. Pat dry with clean towel or tissue. If you experience dryness or irritation, use less product.

Always check with your doctor first to make sure you don't have allegies for any of the oils and other ingredients. If allergy occurs, discontinue.


PURPOSE

Demodex blepharitis

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If you have blepharitis caused by demodex chances that mites can migrate and infect other parts of the face and scalp are extremely high. These microcopic parasites cover long distances (usualy during the night, while you a sleep) with cruising speed of 8-16 sm / hour. It seems slow but when you multiply by 8 - 10 hours (average sleeping time for humans), the mites can cover pretty long distances. In 8 - 10 hours, demodex mite can crawl from head to toe.

Prevention is the key to succesful treatment of many skin problems. To avoid spreading from the eyelashes, eyelids and eyebrows to other parts of your body, the demodex mites must be stopped by regular use of anti demodex products. Below you can find everything you need to stop and kill the mites. We have anti demodex body wash that can be used regularly, the shampoo and hair conditioner for scalp demodicosis and several facial products fortified with natural anti demodex oils.









 


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