Itchy Skin Caused By What Cause? Is It Due To A Demodex Parasite Infection?

I itched around my face about 2 months ago. I went to the clinic for treatment and did not get rid of itching and rough skin. The day before I had gone to the doctor's office to conclude that I had dermatitis because I had a parasite hidden on my skin. So, the doctor advised if the parasite is dangerous or not and the treatment is definite. I thank the doctor!
The Demodex parasites on human skin
Hello, Demodex is a parasite of small arthropods, mites, spider mites, it resembles Demodex with about 65 different types. Their form consists of head, neck, torso and tail. Demodex specializes in parasitizing hair follicles in fatty areas, especially on cheekbones, forehead, sides of nose, eyebrows, eyelashes, etc.
Demodex manifestations and symptoms are common around the face, especially in middle-aged, oily, acne-prone skin

Especially when the immune system is weakened, they will grow in numbers which will cause local and widespread dermatitis
The disease is spread by direct contact or can be caused by dust from the skin, or by sharing personal belongings. Facial skin produces a lot of sebum, due to environmental moisture, irritating cosmetics.


Itchy Skin Caused By What Cause? Is It Due To A Demodex Parasite Infection?

. Demodex can live in areas of the body where hair follicles and sebaceous glands are special in the nose, forehead, chin and cheekbones. These areas have conditions for them to live, reproduce and facilitate development.
Therefore, the main treatment is personal care at home and the affected skin as follows:
Use soap to wash your face daily.
Change the types of cosmetics skincare, makeup, should not wear makeup in 1 week.
Should wash the sheets regularly change new towels, pillows

Check the type of pet that is being kept at home
However, if you are treated and your itching is gone, you should go to the hospital or specialized clinics to be consulted by the visiting doctors to give the best treatment.
DS. Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan.

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