People having facial mites is a normal occurrence. In fact, this is a global phenomenon that affects all human beings, notes the North Carolina State University.
Every person hosts two genetically-distant species of facial mites: Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis, based on the findings of a collaborative study by scientists from the North Carolina State University, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and California Academy of Sciences. These microscopic arachnids burrow deep in the pores and are prevalent in the area around the nose.
Demodex mites generally do not pose a serious threat to humans, unless the conditions in which these facial mites normally live are disrupted. When this occurs, facial skin diseases, such as rosacea and blepharitis, may develop, explains the North Carolina State University.