Face Mapping And Three Secret Ingredients For Beautiful And Younger Looking Skin

Updated on July 21, 2016

Face Mapping

Face Split Into Several Sections With Each Symbolizing Different Vital Organs

What is Face Mapping?

Face mapping is an ancient art that can help you identify the cause of your blemishes, by splitting your face into several sections, such as the forehead, chin, and nose. Your life events are often written on your face. It is a great resource to analyze your health and well-being and pick up imbalance within your body.

The different facial zones and their significance:

  • zone 1 and 3: This region symbolizes the bladder and digestive system. An excess of fat in your diet can lead you to break out across your forehead. To avoid skin problems in this zone, you should improve your diet by eating whole foods, avoid refined flour and excess sugar intake, and hydrate with at least 8-10 glasses of water every day.
  • zone 2: This zone stands for liver problems. To reduce blemishes and acne in this zone, try cutting back on alcohol, heavy foods, and dairy. This area can also indicate food allergies.
  • zone 4 and 10: This symbolizes the kidneys. Keep hydrated with water, and avoid caffeine, and soda to tackle skin problems in this area.
  • zone 5 and 9: This area represents the nervous system. People who smoke, or have allergies develop skin problems here. Increase your exposure to fresh air with long and regular walks to manage this zone.
  • zone 6 and 8: These areas also represent the kidneys. Dark circles and skin wrinkles may form, as a result of dehydration. Drink more water, if you have problems in these areas of your face.
  • zone 7: This zone represents the heart. The area is full of dilated pores. So make sure, your make-up brushes are kept clean, and you do not use skin care products beyond their shelf life. To take care of this zone, take some time to chill. Get your blood pressure checked. Replace "bad" fats in your diet with fresh fruits, nuts, and omega-3rich cold water fatty fish.
  • zone 12: This zone represents the stomach. If you suffer from skin problems of this region, consider a detox. Add more fiber to your diet to improve your digestion.
  • zone 11 and 13: This zone represents the hormones and endocrine system. Stress and hormonal imbalance result in frequent breakouts in these areas. Drink more water, take regular sleep, and add extra servings of dark green leafy vegetables to your diet. If the acne persists despite these measures, then visit a doctor.
  • zone 14: This zone symbolizes illness. Skin problems in this zone can be a sign of your body fighting bacteria to avoid illness. Take some time out, and drink plenty of fluids to avoid problems in this zone.

The secret natural ingredients for a beautiful, radiant, and younger looking skin, include the following:

A Bundle Of Thyme


1. Thyme

Thyme is an evergreen herb with medicinal benefits. It was believed to be a source of courage by the ancient Greeks, who also used it in their baths and burnt it as incense in their temples. It grows best in hot, sunny locations with well-drained soil. Oil of thyme, the essential oil extracted from Thymus vulgaris, contains 20-54% thymol, and other chemical compounds such as myrcene and linalool. Thymol is an antiseptic effective against toenail fungal infections. It is also an active ingredient of some all-natural, alcohol-free hand sanitizers. It is also beneficial in treating acne. Researchers from Leeds Metropolitan University in the U.K. steeped thyme, marigold and myrrh in alcohol to make a tincture, and then tested them on Propionibacterium acnes, the bacteria that causes acne, and thyme was found to be the most potent antiseptic herb. Though it is still early, but anti-acne benefits of thyme cannot be overlooked. Thyme extracts also help cure eczema-like patches on the skin.

To Make Thyme Infusion:

In a small, dark colored sterilized glass jar or bottle, place 1 tablespoonful of dried thyme, and cover it with jojoba, or argan oil. Let this steep for two weeks in a cool and dark place, while shaking daily. Strain the thyme from the oil, and apply to your skin nightly as a blemish balm.

To Make Anti-Acne Face Masks:

  1. Combine 1 teaspoon of cosmetic clay with 1 teaspoon of the thyme infusion in a small bowl and stir well. Apply to the pimples. Leave for 20 minutes, and then wash off.
  2. Blend together a tablespoon each of fresh thyme leaves and sour cream, along with 1/2 teaspoon of lemon juice, and 1 teaspoon of unrefined honey. Apply to a clean face, and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse well.

Coriander Seeds


2. Coriander Oil

This oil is extracted from coriander seeds by the steam distillation process. It has proven benefits in various skin conditions. For Athlete's foot, apply 1-2 drops of this oil to the affected area several times a day. It can be applied in dilution on blackheads, once a day, at bedtime. To reduce fatigue or tiredness, rub a drop of coriander oil in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly.

White Tea Leaves


3. White Tea

White tea is a lightly oxidized tea, grown and harvested primarily in China. It comes from the buds and leaves of Camellia sinensis plant. They are allowed to dry and wither in the natural sun. The name "White tea" is derived from the fine silvery-white hair on the unopened buds of the tea plant. It is rich in polyphenols and antioxidants. Included in creams, lotions, serums, toners, and cleansers, white tea extracts have anti-aging potential and prevent activity of enzymes that break down collagen and elastin proteins, thus retarding the appearance of wrinkles that accompany aging.

Simple Solutions For Eye bags Or Puffiness Around The Eyes

  • Drink several glasses of water every day. This helps flush out excess fluid, salt and toxins from the body.
  • Cut back on salt, as puffiness could be caused due to salt and fluid retention.
  • Reduce intake of alcohol and caffeinated drinks.
  • Do not smoke.
  • Increase intake of cabbage and cranberry juice. Both are natural diuretics and evacuate excess water from the body.
  • Snack on bananas and raisins to reduce fluid retention.
  • Manage allergies. Puffy eyes could be caused by allergies that cause inflammation on the face. Try an O.T.C. medication or get a prescription from your doctor. Be sure, your house is free of dust and other allergens. Change the filters of your heating system and air-conditioners.
  • Aim to get 7-8 hours of sleep daily.
  • Elevate the head end of your bed. Try using an extra pillow while sleeping. Sleep on your back or switch sides frequently. Stomach sleepers tend to have puffy eyes since this position allows fluid to collect at that place.
  • Handle your face and eyes with care. Use a light and gentle cleanser. Do not rub or wipe your makeup off your eyes. Do not scrub at your eyes with a towel.
  • Apply chilled cucumber slices or raw potato halves to the eyes.
  • Protect your eyes from ultraviolet rays, using sunscreens, sunglasses and hats.
  • Consider an under-eye cream.
  • Blepharoplasty surgery to remove fat deposits from around the eyes.

Questions & Answers


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      • ladyguitarpicker profile image

        stella vadakin 

        2 years ago from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619

        Drinking lots of water and not smoking I think really helps keep the skin in great shape. Interesting and informative hub that anyone should be able to understand even the simple people.

      • Say Yes To Life profile image

        Yoleen Lucas 

        3 years ago from Big Island of Hawaii

        Taking flaxseed oil and drinking lots of water do much to preserve youthful skin. What can be done about chronic bags under the eyes? Even frozen compresses don't help. Thanks!

      • Marie Flint profile image

        Marie Flint 

        3 years ago from Jacksonville, Florida USA

        I wasn't familiar with this depth of face mapping. I've always had dark circles under my eyes, even on a 6-month organic, raw food diet. Maybe compresses would help eliminate these.

        I've always associated the laugh lines that remain with liver problems. At Hippocrates Health Institute, the recipe for a liver "flush" was to combine virgin olive oil with pure lemon juice in a glass of water and a teaspoon of cayenne. The concoction was very much like drinking salad dressing. Fasting on this drink for 3-10 days theoretically purified the liver and gave the faster more energy after the conclusion of the fast. One man who performed the regime stated how hard it was to do because he experienced a lot of fatigue during his fast, which not recommended to an inexperienced faster with debilitated organs.

        Great content! Voted Up, Useful and Interesting. Sharing on Facebook.

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        Padmajah Badri 

        3 years ago from India

        Worthy information ..Thanks a ton

      • Larry Rankin profile image

        Larry Rankin 

        3 years ago from Oklahoma

        Very interesting.

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        3 years ago from Europe

        Interesting Hub, especially the face mapping. I appear to be fully healthy! Thanks for the nice info.


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