Sault Sainte Marie, MI (PRWEB) March 6, 2005
Reasearchers say the human demodex parasite is present in 98 percent of population. It looks like a microscopic worm, feeds off the skin, takes only 10 days to grow from egg to full size and multiplies at an extremely rapid rate if not treated properly. Researchers have also established that babies do not have the parasite at birth, but acquire it days later from their caregivers. The degree of infestation grows with age. In some people, the presence of the parasite eventually causes the complexion to take on the rough, lumpy and reddish appearance associated with acne rosacea. Many theories about the origin of rosacea have been put forth now, however, many doctors and dermatologist accept the fact that the condition is caused by human demodex.
Dermatologist usually recommend antibiotics like tetracycline for treating rosacea, but the result vary greatly, often with little or no effect at all, since they are not formulated to get rid of this parasite. After 30 years of research over 900 000 patients worldwide, the team of the doctors in China has established that the use of seabuckthorn oil form the shrub of the same name, combined with other ingredients and applied externally to the affected areas, can kill the human demodex parasite and restore the skin to its natural beauty. Patients and doctors world wide report results within days after starting the treatment. Readers should ask their pharmacist for information on products containing seabuckthorn oil.(facedoctor products)