Demodecosis. Causes of occurrence. Treatment methods
Demodecosis is a disease accompanied by microscopic mite damage to the skin. This tick is called Demodex folliculorum. For most people, this mite is a normal inhabitant of the skin, which feeds on the desiccated cells. It is only necessary for the body to weaken its vigilance, as the tick penetrates into the deeper layers of the skin and causes inflammation.
In its manifestations, demodicosis is very similar to rosacea and acne. Continue reading
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