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Acne Face Map and How to Reduce Acne

Breakouts are a bummer. We all know the feeling (shock, despair, even awe) of spotting an angry zit on an otherwise flawless complexion. Before you raise your fists to the sky and desperately demand "Why me?!" take a breath. There is more to breakouts than meets the eye and where they appear on your face can be the key to stopping them for good. Here is your guide to using a face map to decode what your breakouts are telling you.

Forehead: Unhealthy Eating & Stress

Are pimples popping up on your forehead? Unhealthy eating and stress are probable offenders. In face mapping, your forehead is linked to your digestive and nervous systems, making it susceptible to diet- and stress-related breakouts.

Those pesky pimples can be alleviated by eating less sugar and fewer processed foods, drinking plenty of water and getting between seven to nine hours of sleep. For particularly pesky areas, apply Eminence Organics Clear Skin Targeted Treatment; formulated with tea tree oil and salicylic acid, it controls oil and shrinks pores for a clearer looking complexion.

Chin & Jaw: Hormones

According to face mapping, hormones could be the cause of blemishes along your chin and jawline. Hormonal acne is caused by an excess of hormones due to menstruation, pregnancy and increased androgen levels. These fluctuations result in inflammation, excessive oil production, clogged skin cells and bacteria production. While it tends to appear in the T-zone during puberty, hormonal acne typically forms along the chin and jawline in adults.
Health magazine suggests eliminating dairy and adding probiotics to your diet to calm inflammation and limit your intake of pimple-producing hormones. Target affected areas with Eminence Organics Eight Greens Collection, which is infused with whole plants and seeds naturally high in phytoestrogens and antioxidants to improve the look of problem skin.

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SOURCE: Whitley, A. (2018, May 23). Eminence Organic Skin Care. Acne Face Map: What Are Your Breakouts Telling You?. Retrieved from

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