Some of these causes will result in temporary numbness or face tingling, some will cause a permanent loss of sensation, and others can result in alternating periods of numbness or partial numbness together with periods during which normal sensations are felt. This numbness and tingling sensation may only affect one area or affect many areas. You may have the sensation of being pierced by numerous needles or pins in your facial area. You may also feel there are a lot of bugs crawling under your skin. tingling or numbness in the face and body is one of the most common symptoms of multiple sclerosis (ms). About 1-5 days before the rash pops up, you may feel pain, burning, itching, tingling, or numbness on that part of. a burning sensation may accompany the tingling and numbness symptoms. Facial shingles can also affect your vision as it can appear around the eyes. This autoimmune disease can directly affect the trigeminal nerve and cause numb face sensations. This may be accompanied by weakness, lack of concentration, fatigue, and loss. facial nerve damage can lead to symptoms including facial numbness, loss of sensation, and paralysis. Facial tingling can be due to a variety of neurological or medical conditions. The most common cause of facial tingling is anxiety or a panic attack. However, irritation or damage to the nerves in the face cause facial tingling along with numbness or weakness. tingling or numbness in the face can be a symptom of a stroke. Com advocates write about their various migraine numbness and tingling symptoms. Our advocates who experience hemiplegic migraine attacks have shared that pain can be accompanied by numbness and tingling on one side of the body. Others experience the numbness spreading throughout their body.