Up to 85% of bacteria die on clean skin. How does this happen? What hygienic conclusions follow from this fact?

Sebum contains bactericidal substances that destroy bacteria, but in conditions of dirty skin, dead epidermal cells, sweat acids and sebum breakdown products create a breeding ground for bacteria to multiply and develop purulent inflammations, therefore, the skin of the face and body should always be kept clean.

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