Whether you call them acne, pimples or breakouts, Acne is always a problematic condition for everyone, not only for girls, for boys too.
You wash, you cleanse, you scrub, you tone and you moisturize, and still they show up just when you least need them, like right before a big interview, presentation, or meeting, first day at your job or first day in front of your in-laws. It’s always annoying.
And if acne reoccurs then these pimples are telling you something. And “Face Mapping” may be a tool to diagnose the reason for acne.
Face Mapping is a technique in which you can access the main reason for acne and in this way it’s easy for you to treat your problem.
For this purpose you have to look carefully where are you breaking out, on forehead, nose, cheeks, chin, and neck or jaw line?
Acne on Forehead
Pimples, here on forehead means you are having some digestive problem. It may also indicate poor sleeping pattern.
Try using good diet and make sure you’re getting 7-9 hours of sleep each night and also remember to avoid touching your forehead.
Acne on Nose
Breakouts on Nose reveal poor blood circulation, heart problem, or Blood pressure problems. If you break out on your nose, this is generally an indication that you need to relax and eat a lower-fat diet and Heart-Healthy Foods
Acne on Cheeks
Cheeks can be faced with pimples due to the lungs, liver issues and overeating. Dirty cell phones, dirty pillowcases or dirty makeup brushes and facial sponges may also cause acne on cheeks. It’s very important to keep the skin clean every day, especially if your environment is a polluted one. Frequently change pillowcases and wipe screens of cell phones.
Acne on Jaw line
Face mapping tells that your jaw line may have acne when you have hormonal imbalances. And this hormonal imbalance may be related to your menstruation, pregnancy, puberty or increased level of hormones or any other gynecological issues. More sugar intake can also be one of the causes.
So what you need to do is take probiotic foods like yogurt, dark Chocolate, Milk and take foods rich in Omega-3.
Drink plenty of water; reduce sugar intake and dairy products.