Archive for February, 2014

Another question – answer about Demodex Treatment in Humans

Which one should I use on my eyebrows, demodex control crema or eyes n mites? If you say the cream, please inform me as to why and why not the other way around or vice versa. How long should I use the products for a minimun? Can I also use the shampoo and conditioner on my beard and eyebrows to regain hair, unclog pores and get rid of dead skin cells? Will I have to use these products for life in order to get rid of the symptoms or do a maintenence? How is the maintenence?

Hello and thank you for the Demodex related questions.

1. Demodex Control (Demodex Control) cream is for facial skin, it can not be used on or around the eyes.

If it gets into the eyes, do not rinse it with water, you can pat dry the eye area with clean towel or a napkin. If you have demodex on the eye lashes, eyelids and or eyebrows, you need to use the Eys n Mites lotion. The instructions on how to apply this product can be found on our web site.

2. Skin irritation, redness and itching…are common symptoms caused my demodex mites, normally subside within first few days of treatment however you should not stop using the product even if these symptoms are completely gone. The length of treatment varies and can last from 3 week to 3 month, depending on the severity of your demodex.

3. Yes, you can use Demodex Control shampoo and medicated hair conditioner on your beard, facial skin to unclog the skin pores and wash the mites away.

In best scenario (if you got the mites under control within first 2 – 3 weeks and don’t feel any symptoms) – you should continue to use the products for another two month for maintenance.

Please don’t hesitate to write if you have any other questions

Comment on Treatment of Demodex Folliculorum

I have been using the Demodex Control products since mid-December and have seen great improvement in my skin. I don’t know how long it should take for my skin to clear but I started having health problems in Oct 2012 that I think were hormone and immune system related and was diagnosed with rosacea in Nov 2012. I saw a dermatologist at that time and was given oral antibiotic, doxycycline, and MetroGel. My tongue turned yellow from using the doxycycline and the MetroGel did not work. My skin continued to get worse, hard and painful bumps, itching, and skin crawling, even after trying some of the natural remedies that were suggested online. In late Nov 2013, I was getting desperate and discouraged so I started doing more research and tried even more of the natural remedies I read about online, still nothing worked. When I started researching demodex mites and the symptoms, I was convinced that this is what I have. My face was getting so bad, I was ready to try treatments for pets when I came across the Ovante products. Not sure what I typed in when I across the Ovante products but when I started reading that the products were made with natural and organic materials, I was willing to give it a try.

Thank you for providing a product that is helping and is natural.

Use of Demodex Products with Daily Moisturizer

Question from: Jerilyn

“Can the day cream be used in conjunction with the dermodex products? Or will this defeat the treatment purpose of the dermodex products?”

answer: you should stay away from any day creams/moisturizers while treating demodex.
if your skin gets dry from demodex products – it means you apply too much and need to use less of demodex cream

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