What’s Your Skin Trying to Tell You?
Posted By: admin Posted In: Acne Tips Date Posted: November 23rd, 2014 Comments: 2
Acne Face Map

Ever wonder why sometimes your breakouts appear on different areas of your face and body? Well it turns out there is an underlying cause within the body. Chinese medicinal practitioners believe that whenever something is going on within the body that needs some “health help” it will be directly reflected on your skin. Let’s get right into the areas of the skin that may experience breakouts and what you can do to nourish your body from within, ultimately healing your skin as well.

Please note: The acne problem areas listed for each facial area are general guidelines and do not apply to everyone. For example, a breakout on your forehead doesn’t automatically mean there’s something severely wrong with your digestive tract or your liver. Always consult your physician for a proper diagnosis.

Forehead Acne

Causes: May stem from digestive problems meaning certain foods can have a difficult time being broken down; Small intestine problems; Liver problems; Poor sleeping patterns; Overloaded with stress; Toxic chemical build-up; High sugar consumption; Hair Products and/or bangs which transfer oil to the forehead causing acne.

Solutions: Depending on what issue is causing your acne, there are several solutions that can clear up your forehead acne though some may have a longer time properly diagnosing and healing their forehead acne. We recommend making an appointment with your doctor to see if you have any allergies, stomach problems, or possibly a gluten, sugar, or dairy intolerance that can be causing your acne. Get good quality sleep at night, around 8 hours uninterrupted is best. Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day to flush out toxins from the body. Work out 5 days a week to sweat out toxins. Eat healthy foods, avoiding any type of processed food. Wash hair product out at night before bed and change your pillow cases every couple of days. Find ways to de-stress like practicing yoga, meditating, going for long walks, etc. Drink peppermint tea to aid in healthy digestion as peppermint is antifungal and antiviral. Take a daily probiotic to kill candida in the stomach and to increase good bacteria.

Chin and Jaw Acne

Causes: Usually correlated with hormonal issues; Women, it can be related to gynecological issues; The kidneys may be imbalanced; Can be from touching your chin, resting your chin or jaw in your hands, or touching your face with your cell phone while you talk on it; If you have long hair, the oils may be transferring to your jaw line and chin causing oil build-up thus causing acne to form. May be allergic to the brand of toothpaste, mouthwash, or lip product you are using.

Solutions: Make an appointment with your doctor to have your hormones checked (for any imbalances) and to get tested for allergies. Change your toothpaste, mouthwash, and/or lip product. Get quality sleep every night that is undisturbed. Drink peppermint tea to aid in healthy digestion. Add Omega-3 foods to your diet. Eat whole foods while minimizing your intake of processed foods that are high in salt, sugar, fat, and dairy. Sanitize your cell phone daily.

Left Cheek Acne:

Causes: It can be caused by liver problems; Malnutrition due to digestive issues; Excess eating; Dirty cell phone, pillow cases, and/or makeup brushes and sponges; Stress; Cosmetics

Solutions: Make a doctor’s appointment to get your liver and stomach checked to make sure everything is functioning properly. Add beets and detoxifying foods to your diet that will strengthen your liver. Drink plenty of clean water daily, preferably 8-10 cups a day, to flush toxins out of your body quickly. Add leafy greens to your diet. Avoid processed foods – Eat more natural, healthy foods. Sanitize your cell phone daily to remove bacteria. Change your pillow cases every couple of days and sanitize your makeup brushes every week to remove residue, oil build-up, and bacteria.

Right Cheek Acne:

Causes: Upper respiratory and lung issues; Allergies (seasonal or food-related); Digestive issues; Stress; Consuming too much sugar (mainly refined and processed sugars); Dirty cell phone, pillow cases, and/or makeup brushes and sponges; Cosmetics

Solutions: Get tested for allergies. Avoid all junk food and processed foods whenever possible and opt for healthy whole foods. You may have food sensitivity to any of the following: mango, wine, seafood, taro root, and more – avoid if you notice flare-ups when you eat these foods. Practice yoga to strengthen your entire body and lungs to breathe more deeply and steadily. Yoga will also help you to de-stress. Sanitize your cell phone every day, change your pillow cases every other day and sanitize your makeup brushes every week. Removing unwanted bacteria and residue will greatly improve the quality and appearance of your skin.

Nose Acne:

Causes: Digestive issues that include constipation and bloating; Gastrointestinal imbalances; An unhealthy diet; If the nose also peels, it could be that you have poor blood circulation.

Solutions: Eat less salt, meat, and spices as these foods can cause your skin to flare up with pimples. Eat lukewarm foods that are neither too hot nor too cold. Work out every day – do something physically active to improve blood circulation. Increase your intake of Vitamin B foods and eat a healthy diet. Get monthly massages to improve blood flow and make sure to get plenty of fresh air.

In Between the Brows Acne:

Causes: Consuming too much alcohol; Tobacco use; A weak heart or an indication of a heart problem.

Solutions: Minimize alcohol consumption and quit smoking and/or chewing tobacco. If you get chest pains or feel like you may have a heart condition, make an appointment with your doctor but remember as we stated above, the causes listed doesn’t mean every person has the health problems listed so don’t be worried!

Hopefully the causes and solutions listed will help you determine why your acne settles where it does and you can begin to find resolutions to heal your acne from within. Good health always starts with a healthy diet, plenty of exercise, and good quality sleep so do yourself a favor and start taking care of yourself. You will feel so much better – mind, body, and soul!


Let the discussion begin!

  • arsalan - February 21, 2015 at 10:57 am - Reply

    thanks it will help me a lot.m so impressed with this acne site it helped me alot on getting rid of acne….i have many white hairs on head and some acne in face also is both are related to my blood….can you please help me in getting rid of white hiars I am 22 years old.

  • Robbia - October 7, 2015 at 2:17 am - Reply

    This is a wonderful website! So much valuable and helpful information! Thank you for being there for people who have skin problems and questions.

  • Leave a Reply

    Recent Blogs

    Why is Jojoba oil Good for Your skin

    Why is Jojoba oil Good for Your skin

    Jojoba oil derives from a large shrub that can grow up to 15 feet in height. Unlike the name, jojoba

    How to use Essential oils to Support Clear Skin

    How to use Essential oils to Support Clear Skin

    When most people hear that they can apply essential oils to their skin to help support clear skin, t

    Top 6 Essential Oils That Help Support Clear Skin

    Top 6 Essential Oils That Help Support Clear Skin

    We are hearing of more and more people leaning towards holistic approaches to achieve clear, healthy

    6 Daily Tips For Healthy Glowing Skin

    6 Daily Tips For Healthy Glowing Skin

    The skin requires tender loving care just as our overall bodies require it. The skin is the largest

    7 Wonderful Ways to De-Stress Your Skin

    7 Wonderful Ways to De-Stress Your Skin

    If you have done any research on poor complexion, looking tired, or why acne may occur, stress has p

    How to Treat Acne Naturally with Salcura

    How to Treat Acne Naturally with Salcura

    Skincare is absolutely necessary to have good skin. For anyone that has good skin without using grea

    Blog Archives