How Face Mapping For Spots Can Actually Reveal Your Body's Health Secrets
Have you tried face mapping for spots on your face?
Have you ever heard of face mapping for spots and wondered what that meant? Believe it or not, experts say that just like reflexology for feet and hands, spots on various parts of your face can actually tell you what’s going on in your body.
Yes! Your zits are talking to you.
It is not a mere coincidence that a pimple breaks out on your forehead two days before your periods. Or you experience the horror of a pimple pushing up (and out) on your cheek the day after you binge on chocolate. There is ancient science behind all this. The good news is, you can identify the exact cause of your blemishes through the art of face mapping.
As Nichola Joss, celebrity facialist told Harper’s Bazaar, “There are studies that have proven the body is completely connected on all levels and this is seen in the face.”
So let’s take a look at why you may be breaking out in the four most common areas of the face.
1. Face mapping for spots on the forehead
Having a fringe definitely helps hide those pesky forehead zits. But, at the same time, your fringe might actually be causing those pimples!
Many people tend to overlook the amount of gunk that builds up in their fringe. Styling products, sweat and bacteria caught in your hair can also contribute to new pimples and make breakouts worse.
But that’s not all. What you eat plays a huge role too!
When face mapping for spots, Caroline Frazer, Simple Skincare Expert and celebrity makeup artist say that pimples popping out in the forehead region can indicate an over-consumption of red meat, saturated fats and alcohol.
So if you have pimples on your forehead, you might want to cut down on unhealthy food and boozing. Replace all the junk with fresh veggies, herbal teas and lots of water. Exercising also helps detox and sweat out toxins from the body.
Trust me, your skin will thank you for it.
2. Face mapping for spots on the cheeks
What skin care experts deduce as the culprit when face mapping for spots in this area, is too much meat, sugar and dairy products.
So the next time you’re having a bad day, hit the gym instead of reaching for a tub of Ben & Jerry’s.
We also recommend cutting out the foods mentioned above one by one, and see if that helps your skin improve. Psst… we personally think the culprit is sugar!
Also, remember to go easy on the foundation and concealer, which will only clog up pores and cause more inflammation. Or, horror… cystic zits!
3. Face mapping for spots on the jawline
Count your lucky stars, because these zits are the least visible of the lot. Zits along the jawline might indicate a blockage in the large intestine and are believed to be due to the over-consumption of heavily processed foods.
If you are face mapping for spots and wondering what to do next, we recommend keeping a food diary. Or just the simple act of paying attention to what you’re eating can really help ease those spots.
Maybe you all you need to do is cut back on cup noodles and instant ramen!
4. Face mapping for spots on your chin
Pimples occurring on the chin are usually caused by hormones. You’ve probably noticed them pop up just before your period, right? No point face mapping for spots if it’s going to be a monthly thing.
Hormones can be marginally managed by oral contraceptives.