Monday, March 26, 2012

Eyebrow mites. How can i get rid of the mites in Eyebrow

Demodex mites can be found on eyelashes and eyebrows as well as other parts of human body: facial skin, hair, scalp. If you notice symptoms: eye irritation, scaling of eyelids, dry eyes, itching and loss of eyelashes, you need to see dermatologist. If you were not tested for demodex before, with simple test, the doctor can tell if you have demodex Mites.

Demodex folliculorum (Eye mites) is microscopic skin mite that exists mainly on eyelashs and hair follicles. These tiny mites live unnoticed without any side effects or symptoms. Healthy immune system can control the Mites on Eyelashes. Unfortunately, in a number of people who have weaker immune systems, the population of Mites on Eyelashes may substantially increase. The result of this, uncontrolled growth in population called demodicosis.

Treatment of Mites on Eyelashes may take long time. There are different anti demodex treatments available, including: tea tree oil, yellow mercurial ointment, sulphur ointment, camphorated oil, steroids, antibiotics and metronidazole gel or ointment.

The Eyes n Mites lotion is all natural anti demodex remedy. It contains natural oils, herbal extracts, vitamins and minerals. When applied on eye leads and eye lashes, the active ingredients are deeply absorbed into the skin pores and hair follicles killing the mites. The vitamins and minerals restore the immune system suppressed by eye lash mites. Oils and herbal extracts prevent demodex from returning.


  1. women are targeted more than men by mites. its because they wear cosmetic and also some don't remove it before going to bed. i keep tellin my Gf about it every night and yet she no listen to me until on day she endup with skin mites in her eyelashes or eyebrow

  2. yea man, you right, i have the same thing, but eyelashes are not the only problem places for demodex mites, it can easily show up in different body parts but for some reason the facial skin is more attractive for mites

  3. no, facial skin has nothing to do for demodex mites, these bugs can show up anywhere on human body but demodex is more active on face because of the sebasoius glands, the skin fat that is what these mite eat.

  4. you mean demodex eat skin fat?

  5. Mites (skin mites that is) feed on what ever skin has to offer. demodex mites that cause problems with eyebrows and eyelashes eat sebum oil