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Face Mapping and Skin Issues 
Face mapping comes from ancient Chinese medicine. Different areas of the face are connected to different organs and their functions. 
Face mapping is also the ability to see the reflection of the body’s organs on each part of the face by observing the face’s complexion — such as luster, dullness, and color and breakouts — as well as the tongue and face expression
Back in the day, it was used as a diagnostic tool for prominent leaders and scholars. They believed that the face represented the fortune, health and energy of a person and that by closely examining the condition of the skin and facial shape, like a sleuth you could suss out a person’s character including their physical, mental and emotional state. You could also have the necessary tools and requirements to change your fate and direction. 
Face mapping and reading is a lot deeper than just the skin and is way more involved than just being concerned about aging. 
The face is divided into three main zones – upper, middle and lower. Any malfunctions within the organs and the systems – immune, excretory, endocrine, digestive, circulatory, nervous and respiratory – will show up on the face in the form of breakouts, redness, dryness or irritation.
 It’s believed that if the energy of a person was optimal, the skin would be clear and in good condition. Any malfunctioning or illness would be reflected by a change in colour, texture and appearance.   
The practice of face mapping is rooted in the belief that our skin reflects what is going on inside. Appearance of pimples, dark spots and acne can be indicators of problems far deeper inside — not just at the surface on the skin. Through face-mapping, you can actually learn what is going on to improve your skin and overall health.
Face Mapping Regions
When it comes to face mapping, the different regions of the face coordinate and represent different organs and functions in the body.

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T-Zone or Forehead Area – This area is connected with the digestive system of the body, namely the stomach, kidneys and the spleen.
Cheeks – This area of face is connected with the lungs and the liver. 
Nostril Area – This is connected with the small intestine in the body. 
Jaw Area – This area is connected with the large intestine and the colon in the body.
Chin – This area is connected with the kidneys and the production of hormones in the body.

What Do the Pimples Say?
The next time you experience a breakout or a juicy zit appears out of no where, pay attention to where it has appeared on your face. If pimples keep flaring up even after keeping your skin clean, there might be some other problem related to it other than overproduction of sebum or problematic skin.

T-Zone or Forehead Area – This might refer to problems in the digestive system of the body or in the function of the kidneys and the spleen. Moreover, stress-related breakouts can also appear here.
Cheeks – Smoking and consumption of alcohol can cause breakouts in the cheeks since both these activities impact lung and liver function. 
Nostril Area – Cold drinks HOW as well as an imbalance in the small intestine can cause breakouts to appear here. 
Jaw Area – A poor diet can cause problems in the large intestine. Lack of fiber and leafy greens in the diet can cause breakouts to occur.
Chin – Imbalance in hormone levels can cause pimples to appear on the chin. They also indicate poor function of the kidneys.

The upper part of the forehead reflects the bladder, and the lower part, the intestines and digestion. Issues in this area could relate to constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and urinary tract infections. 


Change sleep cycle, this is ideal for your liver. Ideally go to bed regularly before 10pm and wake up early around 6am
Drink plenty of water to flush out toxins
Eliminate alcohol or consume less
Eliminate sugar and carbonated beverages
Eat more raw food and take prebiotics and probiotics – think kimchi, sauerkraut
Digestive enzymes may be required with meals
Drink kombucha and kefir 
Chew food well to improve digestion
Practice 30 minutes of light exercise every day – outdoors is particularly beneficial. Yin Yoga is ideal.
Practice relaxation or meditation techniques for 20 minutes each day
Keep a daily food diary to see if break outs relate to breakouts
Make sure hair products are not irritating the hairline 


Dehydration, poor lymphatic circulation. When the kidneys are involved, it indicates a deeper level of aging and stress. Nourish the kidneys with proper hydration.

Drink plenty of water – add a squeeze of lime or lemon
Avoid smoking and alcohol
Eliminate sweetened and caffeinated beverages
Make the salt switch from processed table salt to sea salt
Cooling foods like cucumbers and melon are ideal
Eliminate processed food, fast food and junk food
Practice better skin hygiene – cleanse regularly especially during summer and when perspiring.

Too much boozing, fatty liver, diseases like hepatitis, jaundice, gallbladder problems and dehydration could show up here. Acne in this area can also be the result of eating too late at night, especially heavy, fatty foods. Flaking and dry skin are linked to dehydration and overworked kidneys. The liver is working too hard to remove toxins from consumption and pollution.


Exercise, but avoid overly strenuous exercise that can be heating
Yoga is ideal and brisk walking
Get more sleep 7-8 hours
Avoid alcohol and smoking
Eat lighter foods and cut back on dairy and red meat
Avoid late night snacks
Get plenty of fresh air 

Acne and oiliness can be connected to circulation, blood pressure and cholesterol. Skin conditions like rosacea tend to show up in this zone. Indoor and outdoor air pollution, bad circulation, and high blood pressure can all play havoc with this area of the face. Maintain healthy cholesterol levels and blood pressure.


Increase cayenne, garlic, and reishi mushroom
Increase green tea and chlorella
Eat less pungent foods
Eat less meat and salt
Eat temperate foods that are not too hot or cold
Get more exercise and fresh air every single day
Massage the area around your nose to improve circulation
Check vitamin B levels and maybe take a practitioner recommended supplement.   

Relate to issues with sinuses and allergies. Pollution, smoking, and asthma will damage this part of the skin. Get plenty of exercise, stay away from pollution, and stop smoking. 


The lung meridian is strongest at 7-9 AM so this is the ideal time for cardio exercise
Drink lots of green vegetable juices including dark leafy greens kale, cucumber, celery
Drink lots of water with lemon 
Avoid fast food and junk food and hydrogenated fats
Avoid sugar, mango, taro root, wine, and seafood or other foods you may be sensitive to
Get more fresh air
Use a toxin free and fragrance free laundry detergent
Change pillow cases frequently and ideally sleep on a silk pillowcase
Clean cell phones regularly
Practice proper cleansing hygiene, especially if you live in a polluted city 

Exposure to air pollution and smoke, gum issues or inflammation in the mouth or tooth sockets. Lower left cheek acne could represent dental health, so have your teeth professionally cleaned every six months and keep your gums and teeth healthy by flossing and brushing after you eat.

Maintain a normal daily routine
Keep a positive mood by practicing meditation and relaxation techniques for 20 minutes each day
Eat more cooling foods such cucumber, melons, and green beans
Don’t overeat and avoid processed and junk foods
The liver is the strongest from 1-3 AM so this is when you should be sleeping
The liver is weakest at 1-5 PM so make your workload easier at this time
Rest your eyes by palming them for 5 minutes every hour if you work in the afternoons
Practice proper cleansing hygiene, especially if you live in a polluted city
Use a toxin free and fragrance free laundry detergent
Change pillow cases frequently and ideally sleep on a silk pillowcase
Clean cell phones regularly


Breakouts are associated with hormonal imbalances and issues. Menstrual problems or increased stress levels will trigger the release of cortisol. 


Consider food sensitivities and toxic build up
Eat more fibre by including more fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet
Avoid spicy and fried foods
Massage the abdominal area in a clockwise motion
Use a natural and organic toothpaste and lip balm 

Pimples in the middle of the chin are associated with the digestive system. Eating too much fat and sweet food can cause problems in this area as well as excessive caffeine and alcohol consumption. Try to maintain a balanced diet and eat plenty of fruits and demulcent fibre (chia, marshmallow, slippery elm, aloe vera) to improve stomach health. 

Reduce the habit of eating before bed
Avoid hydrogenated fats and processed sugar
Eat plenty of fibre from fresh fruit and vegetables
Get adequate rest and nap during the day if possible
Reduce stress as much as possible by practicing yoga and meditation
Get 20 minutes of exercise each day
Sleep early and wake up early and get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night
Massage your body for relaxation, particularly the abdomen
Practice proper hygiene
Check toothpaste, mouthwash and lip products 
Drink spearmint and peppermint tea  

Good cholesterol production from saturated fats is the precursor of your most important hormones. Eating the wrong foods, being under artificial lights and disconnected from nature can disturb healthy hormone levels and balance.

Get fresh air and avoid artificial lights
Eat grass fed meat and avoid hormone injected meat
Increase saturated fats like organic ghee
Drink adequate water
Sun gazing every day in the early morning barefoot on the grass or sand is beneficial for grounding
Get your hormones checked for imbalances
Take omega 3 supplement to help regulate hormones
Take vitamin D and magnesium supplements both are needed for proper hormone function
Avoid hormone disrupting chemicals like phthalates 

How Can Organic Skincare Help?
Free from any preservatives, additives and chemical ingredients, organic skincare products are the perfect solution. They are healthy not just for your skin but for your body as well. While deep problems identified through face mapping might require you to undergo lifestyle changes, organic skincare can ensure that the products you use do not disrupt your biological functions or contribute to the imbalances and problems you are facing.