Face mites, that live in your pores and hair follicles, are mating on your face at night - makes your skin crawl just thinking about it.
They're tick-like arachnids that eat your grease and probably migrated onto your face during contact with your mother when you were a baby.
It's thought that everyone has them and that they're a natural part of your skins ecosystem but, it sounds like the making of a horror story to us.
Check out the video KQED San Francisco
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