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Thursday, October 24, 2013

what is YOUR SKIN telling you?

EVER WONDER WHY YOU KEEP BREAKING OUT IN THE SAME SPOTS?
  Well, thanks to the combined knowledge of dermatologists who have analysed skin behaviour and ancient Chinese medicinal methods, you can interpret why your skin breaks out in certain spots 
by way of 'face mapping.' 

Think of your blemishes as X’s on a map that is your face. Different zones correspond to different problems. With this 'map' {abpve} as your guide, you can address the underlying causes of blemishes and prevent them from recurring.   

 Zone 1 & 3: Bladder & Digestive System — Improve your diet and drink more water. 

 Zone 2: Liver — Try cutting back on alcohol, heavy food or dairy. This area can also indicate a
food allergy. 

 Zone 4 & 10: Kidneys — Make sure you’re keeping yourself hydrated with water and cut back on liquids that dehydrate you. This means nix the soda, coffee and/or alcohol. 

 Zone 5 & 9: Respiratory system — Those who smoke or have allergies tend to have acne here. 

 Zone 6 & 8: Kidneys — Dark circles are usually a result of dehydration. Drink up! 

 Zone 7: Heart — Check your blood pressure and make sure you’re not using makeup that irritates
your skin. 

 Zone 12: Stomach — Consider a detox or adding more fiber to your diet to help with digestion. 

 Zone 11 & 13: Hormones — Stress and hormonal changes can sometimes be alleviated with more water and a few extra servings of dark, leafy greens but if breakouts in this area persistent, make an appointment with your doctor to look into a possible hormonal imbalance. Additionally, breakouts in this area also indicate when you are ovulating (and which side). 

 Zone 14: Illness — Can be a sign of your body fighting bacteria to avoid illness. Take a breather and drink plenty of fluids. 

FYI: These are general guidelines. Just because you breakout on your nose doesn't mean you have a heart problem. As with all medical issues, it is always best to see your doctor or
dermatologist for a proper prognosis.

{Source: U Look Haute}


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