8.You continuously shed skin and replace it with new cells.
9.A tan is your skin trying to protect itself from more sun damage.
10.There are probably tiny mites living on your skin.
Demodex folliculorum (pictured above) is one of two species of face mites that live on humans. It's probably hanging out in your hair follicles (including in your eyelashes) right now. The other, Demodex brevis, prefers your sebaceous glands. The mites have scales to keep themselves in place on your face, and "pin-like" mouth parts for eating your skin cells and sebum.
In all but the most severe infestations they're not at all harmful. But they're still there.
11.And at night they come out and have sex on your face.
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