Demodex Parasite On Human Skin

Doctor, I am 20 years old, I have acne for 6 months now, have been treated in many places but it has not cured. Now my face has many pustules, rough, there are many areas with a basket, which makes me very confident, do not dare to have a girlfriend. I read online that many people have acne because of a skin infection. Parasites cause acne, if you want to get rid of acne, you have to kill it. Is it dangerous? If I can't cure it, will I have acne all my life, putting my face on the basket? Can a laser kill that parasite?
Hello, thank you for contacting our clinic for advice.
Demodex parasite on human skin seen through a microscope
Is there a Demodex parasite on human skin?
It is true that there is a parasite on human skin, this species is called the Demodex parasite. If infected with the Demodex parasite, patients can completely get acne, if they want to cure all acne, they must kill Demodex.
The Demodex parasite belongs to the family of mites, which is the smallest parasite in the arthropod industry

Demodex cannot be seen with the naked eye, only under an optical microscope
Mode of infection Demodex Parasites
Demodex parasites are found in hair follicles, sebaceous glands, on skin scales in humans and animals. The main food of the Demodex parasite is the oil from sebum and dead cells secreted by the body.


Demodex Parasite On Human Skin

. When they go deep inside the skin to lay eggs in the hair follicles or sebaceous glands, they carry bacteria from outside the skin deep into the pores, in addition they also excrete waste into the pores. This clog and infection of pores. The Demodex parasite will die shortly after spawning. After death, their bodies liquefied and decomposed in the skin, causing an allergic reaction.
Demodex parasites are extremely contagious in the environment of daily contact, spread directly from person to person by contact, sharing towels,
. Mostly, people infected with this parasite disease have no signs. Pathological signs. However, an infected person with no visible signs can also transmit Demodex parasites to others.


Demodex Parasite On Human Skin

. Once infected, the incubation period can take months or even years. Demodex parasites are difficult to kill because they reproduce quickly, and often lie deep in the pores during the day and only work at night.
Manifestations of infection with Demodex parasite
Symptoms of Demodex parasitic infection are erythema, papules, pustules, papules, nodules, lumps, which form in clusters usually in the face, chest, back, may not be itchy or itchy. or have an ant feeling crawling on your face at night Symptoms of Demodex parasite infection are quite similar to the symptoms of dermatitis, acne ... so few people think of Demodex, especially when acne in the face.
Treatment of Demodex Parasites
For treatment, there is no need to resort to laser treatments, just medication and topical. After removing the Demodex parasite, the infection will stop and your skin will be smooth and soft again, your pores will become smaller and the oil will reduce more secretion.


Demodex Parasite On Human Skin

. Attention should be paid to cleansing the skin daily, avoiding cosmetics with oily ingredients, because these cosmetics provide nutrients for the rapidly growing Demodex parasite.
Wish you quickly recovered and regained confidence!
Bs Nguyen Pham Diem Kieu.

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