SHE had been enjoying a passionate snog with her bearded boyfriend.
But Jaleigh Robbins was left horrified when her face erupted in pus-filled spots just days later.
She took to TikTok to post a video of the situation, which showed her with her head in her hands as she wrote: "Kisses my boyfriend with facial hair thinking nothing of it."
Jaleigh's video then flashed to a shot of her chin covered in pus-filled spots and red patches.
"Bacterial infection," she wrote.
She captioned the video writing: "it was a long two weeks."
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People quickly took to the comments section to weigh in on Jaleigh's situation, with one writing: "This is literally the second video I’ve seen with this same thing …."
"This can actually happen!! there's a lot of bacteria stored in the beard that's why men should take care of it a little more than when they're shower," another added.
"That’s why we stick w the clean shaven kings," someone else wrote.
Another comment read: "This has never happened to me do they not wash their face?"
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Jaleigh then returned to the comments to admit she had only reacted so badly because she'd had an appointment at the salon beforehand.
"OMG it was from a facial and the tanning bed which made my skin super sensitive and then it just made it worse," she wrote.
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But someone else replied, writing: "I'm an Esthetician and that shouldn't be caused by a facial or the tanning bed.
"Unless their tools weren't cleaned. Impetigo is caused by dirt/bacteria."
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