Your skin is your biggest and most visible organ. Read on to learn about what the science says about the different main areas of the face and what part of the body contributes to your acne.
WHAT IS FACE MAPPING
Face mapping stems from an ancient Chinese belief that a person’s skin is a reflection of their inner health. Please keep in mind these are my findings based on research and science but everyone’s breakouts can result from different factors not listed in the chart below.
Your forehead is linked to the digestive system. Conditions like irritable bowel syndrome can show up here via breakouts or lines. So can a poor diet, lack of sleep, and increased stress levels.
Another thing to keep in mind is to be mindful of shampoo, conditioner, or hair products getting around your hairline or forehead. This can clog your pores abd contribute to acne cosmetica.
The cheeks relate to the stomach, spleen, and respiratory system. Red cheeks may be a sign of stomach inflammation. Breakouts may be linked to allergies, smoking, or sinus issues. Also sometimes bacteria from your phone or pillowcase can transfer to your cheeks so be sure to sanitize your phone and clean your pillowcases often.
The chin correspond with the hormonal and reproductive system. Pimples here may relate to the menstrual cycle or feelings of stress.
Your jawline also relates to hormonal changes or can be related to stomach issues such as eating too much processed foods.
Changing your diet or adding/changing medications sometimes can help avoid breakouts. If you still experience breakouts you can seek help from a dermatologist or esthetician.
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