Why The Scalp Is Like A Garden!

All That You Must Know About Demodex Mites and Why The Scalp Is Like A Garden!

 

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Demodex Mites, Scalp and Garden

 

Having an infested scalp can be explained by likening it to a garden, and I will explain why below:

 

Say that you have a garden that is overrun by pests. There are insects on your plants roots and in the soil, consuming all the nutrients, fertiliser and water you are feeding your plants, trying to make them healthy again.
Instead of these products getting into the soil, and your plants roots transferring the nutrients to where they need to go, the pests in the soil are getting to them first and consuming them. Your plans start to die.

So your hair and skin are like plants. They need to live in a pest free environment to flourish.

It’s Highly Important To Seek ‪Demodex‬ ‪Mites‬ Treatment Prior To Any Other Treatment For Skin Issues. Hair Mites Cause Problems When They Soar Out Of Control!
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Posted on December 19, 2015, in beauty, Body Mite, Demodex, Demodex Mites, Hair Loss, Hair Mites, Hair Problems, hair Treatment, Scalp Treatment, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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