“They’re our friends,” a dermatologist claimed about the microscopic creatures. (Well, unless you experience certain itchy or burning symptoms.) Dr Scott Walter/TikTok Walter called the bugs “our friends.” Dr Scott Walter/TikTok The Post has contacted Walter for further comment.
Too many mites could also cause a condition called demodicosis, but that is pretty rare, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
People who have skin conditions, such as rosacea, or are receiving chemotherapy, living with HIV and AIDS, or using itch-relieving creams on their faces are more likely to get demodicosis.
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