Face Mapping: Learn What Your Pimples Are Trying To Tell You
Pimples are tricky little blemishes in the skin that almost nobody wants to have but almost everybody will have on occasion. Those nasty breakouts can be a bummer when they unexpectedly pop-up and you don’t know why they do- but now you can.
Face mapping is the ability to see the reflection of the body's organs on each part of the face by observing the face complexion. Find out what your pimples are trying to tell you about your body and how you can cure them to say goodbye to pimples in the long haul.
Where You’re Breaking Out
Have you ever noticed how you tend to get pimples coming in at the same places? There’s this theory called “face mapping” it suggests that you can tell what caused your acne depending on where your acne is present.
Zits on the forehead indicate a digestive problem such as problems breaking down certain foods. It can also be linked to liver problems, stress, or the consequences of having an irregular sleeping schedule. Try aiding your digestion by drinking some lemon with hot water before meals. If you suspect that your pimples are caused by liver problems, try dandelion tea or adding more garlic and onions to your diet. And for irregular sleep, make sure to train your body to get at least 6-8 hours of sleep.
Between the Brows
The food that we eat often become visible in our bodies, had too much greasy food lately? Fatty foods can be the cause for pimples showing up between the eyebrows. A simple cure is to detox your diet and switch to eating healthy fat-free food!
Pollution is everywhere, even in our own homes although noticeably less when compared to going outside. Consider adding plants in your home to clean the air and a plus is that it will brighten your home perfect for a new touch for redecoration with a purpose. Allergies that affect the respiratory system may also play a part in your raging acne if you pressed your phone against your face remember to routine sanitize and give it a good wiping down- there are bacteria present 24/7 on our smartphones that we need to treat. Also, if you’ve been hitting the sugar way too much try cutting down and see if it will lessen to aggravate your acne on your cheeks.
Is it that time of the month again? Pimples often are a natural sign of an incoming menstrual cycle (sadly) because of the changes in hormones. Pay attention to your period and if you track it periodically then make a note on when to expect it so you can prepare well to eat more healthy, brush up on skincare, and be wary of pollution.