What's the rarity of getting an infection or even a deadly infection after having tweezed some nose hairs?
Yes it's very rare to find deadly infections when it comes to nose hair.
However, our nasal passages contain mucous membranes that are loaded with different types of bacteria.
One of the most common bacterias is that of a staphylococcal type.
Usually though antibiotics, i.e. amoxicillin for example are very effective if caught at an early stage.
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