consumers can develop skin sores called as meth mites.These lesions occur because meth commonly makes users feel as if bugs are crawling on their skin. Meth addicts who are hallucinating bugs on their skin obsessively pick at their skin with their nails to the point that it bleeds. Not only do these sores take longer than normal to heal because of the restricted blood flow and repetitive picking, but they can also become infected.
They also develop acne
because of increased perspiration.
is different from this and can be easily diagnosed.