mapping comes from Chinese medicine, and in Chinese we also call it
“mien shiang”. According to this tradition, blemishes and rashes on the
skin (especially on the face) are nothing but signs of your organs. Let
us explain in details and you will understand immediately!
Listen to your body and understand your skin.
What your forehead tells us.
If you don’t have any special skin
problems, but occasionally have a few pimples on your forehead, then
this is definitely call from your digestive system. Food, too much sugar
or bad fat, and lack of water. Be careful with what you put on the
plate and in your stomach, eat a healthy and balanced diet, and don’t
hide your forehead behind your bangs! If acne appears between the
eyebrows, it may also be a sign of the liver. In this case, don’t drink
mojitos and other cocktails, drink plenty of water.
What your chin tells us.
Hello, you have a pimple on your chin! If he dares to show up, there
may be two reasons: first, hormonal imbalance, because the lower part of
the face is directly connected to the reproductive organs. Take care of
your skin; remove makeup in the morning
and before bed, then wash off with a gentle cleansing gel or foam.
Secondly, white bumps on the chin or red spots on the chin may also be a
sign of stomach problems. In the second case, it’s time for a detox
break: drink plenty of water to flush out toxins and avoid sugar cravings!
What your cheekbones tell us.
For everyone who likes makeup: The first cause of small pimples and
blemishes on the skin is the bacteria hidden in the makeup brush. To
avoid this, please remember to clean your brushes and makeup blenders
regularly (at least once a week). On the other hand, in Chinese medicine
cheekbones reflects respiratory organs. Here goes one more reason to
What your nose tells us.
We are talking about your digestive system again! In order to get rid
of pimples on your nose, you need to reduce your intake of unhealthy
fats, especially unhealthy foods, while maintaining cholesterol levels
good. Yes, we know it is difficult. But we only say “reduce”, not
“exhaust”. To promote good fat, you can eat salmon, avocado or almonds.
You can do this!
Even in today’s modern world,
the ancient practice of facial mapping is still relevant. Together with
Western medicine, the link between organ health and skin health is at
the core of facial mapping, which can provide useful information for
anyone struggling with stubborn breakouts. This is another piece of the
puzzle in developing treatment plan for your skin.