Acne/Breakouts may indicate health issues. Dermatologists are usually able to diagnose the causes by simply looking at the face with a technique called face mapping. You should fin out.
Acne/ any form of breakouts are undesirable. Apart from the fact that they take a lot away from the usual flawless skin they make they take even more away from a smooth make-up application.
Breakouts are largely as a result of poor lifestyle habits but sometimes they may indicate health issues. Dermatologists are usually able to diagnose the causes by simply looking at the face; this technique is called face mapping known to work.
Below is a breakdown via face mapping report on 'The Fashion Spot' of what your breakouts might actually be telling you.
1. Eyebrows/Between Brows/Temple Breakouts
Breakouts around the brows,temples and between brows/ around the eyes can be due to poor circulation, fatty diets/processed foods and alcohol and gallbladder problems.
To tackle this, increase in water intake is essential as well as a healthy diet and proper hygiene.
2. Nose Breakouts
Breakouts on the nose can be due to constipation, poor diet, bloating, gastrointestinal imbalance, indigestion or poor blood circulation.
To tackle this, massaging the nose area can help as well as taking Vitamin B and eating less seasoned foods.
3. Lip Area Breakouts
Breakouts around the lip area is caused by constipation, an excess of spicy or fried foods and a reaction to a certain toothpaste.
To tackle this, increase the fruits and veggies.
4. Forehead Breakouts
Forehead breakouts are usually indications of irregular sleep patterns, poor diets, digestive problems, small intestine issues, liver issues, high levels of stress and even reactions to hair products.
To tackle forehead acne, get at least seven hours of sleep, drink plenty of water to flush out toxins, watch diet to see if any foods spark breakouts and check if certain facial or hair products are irritating skin. Avoid sugary drinks and foods as well.
5. Cheeks Breakouts
The left cheek especially can be faced with breakouts due to overeating, stress, stomach problems, dirty cell phones, dirty pillowcases or dirty makeup brushes as well as lungs/ liver issues.
If this happens it's important to change pillowcases frequently and wipe cell phones clean as well. Make sure to keep the skin clean everyday as well.
6. Chin Breakouts
Acne/breakouts around here are usually caused by hormonal problems, gynecological issues, kidney imbalance, too frequent hands to skin contact.
For this, proper rest and increase water intake helps. Also try as much as possible to keep hands away from the face as constantly touching the face causes breakouts.
7. Ear Breakouts
Breakouts around the ear surface can be as a result of kidneys not functioning properly or receiving enough nutrients or water as the ears are closely related to the kidneys.
To tackle this, drink enough water, avoid excess caffeine and salt.