Spiders don’t lay eggs in human skin.
Other insects may do this, like the mites that create the skin disorder scabies, but spiders are far too concerned with the well-being of their offspring to entrust them to the likes of us.
Warmth isn’t necessarily what mother spiders are seeking for their egg sacs; security is.
And that means protection from predators like birds. Yes, it’s true, some birds eat spiders.