They crawl around your face at night, feeding off your oil and skin cells. They have no anus, so eventually explode inside your hair follicles.Meet the demodex mite, an eight-legged arachnid that mates on your face during the night before turning your facial pores into a nest.“Everybody’s got them. They’re a normal thing that lives on the skin,” medical director of Skin & Cancer Foundation Australia Stephen Shumack said.
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