Face mapping: understanding the origin of your pimples, imperfections and acne

To effectively treat skin problems such as acne, it is crucial to understand their origin. This is where face mapping comes in. This method makes it possible to analyze the different areas of the face, from the forehead to the chin including the cheekbones, where skin imperfections can appear. By identifying the areas concerned, we can determine the internal imbalances which are often responsible. By understanding these causes, it becomes possible to adjust certain daily habits to promote healthier skin.

Supported by scientific research, we explain face mapping to you.

What is face mapping?

Face mapping is a method inspired by traditional Chinese medicine which consists of analyzing the areas of the face where pimples, imperfections and acne appear in order to understand the internal imbalances which are responsible. According to this practice, each area of ​​the face is associated with an internal organ or system of the body, which helps identify the underlying causes of skin problems.

This technique is based on the idea that our skin is a reflection of our internal health. So, pimples and blemishes that appear on the face can be a sign of imbalances in the body, such as digestive problems, hormonal fluctuations or excess toxins.

Face mapping is therefore a valuable tool for those looking to treat their skin concerns holistically, addressing not only the visible symptoms, but also their root causes. By understanding the correlations between areas of the face and internal organs, it becomes possible to adopt personalized care strategies to regain healthy-looking skin.

Zone by zone decryption

  • Pimple on the forehead
Pimples on the forehead are often linked to imbalances in the digestive system . Excessive consumption of dairy products or poor diet can be triggering factors. It is recommended to reduce the consumption of dairy products and increase the intake of dietary fiber to support healthy digestion.
  • Pimple between eyebrows

This area is often associated with liver-related problems. Too high cholesterol levels can contribute to the appearance of pimples between the eyebrows. To improve the health of the skin in this area, it is advisable to limit the consumption of foods high in cholesterol, drink more than 1 liter of water per day and favor a balanced diet.

  • Pimple on the nose
Pimples on the nose can indicate blood circulation problems or imbalances in the cardiovascular system. To promote optimal blood circulation and prevent the appearance of pimples in this area, it is recommended to maintain adequate hydration and consume foods rich in antioxidants, such as green tea .
  • Button on the temples
Pimples on temples can be caused by a buildup of toxins in the body. It is essential to maintain good hydration by drinking at least eight glasses of water per day and to avoid processed foods high in chemical additives.
  • Pimple on the cheeks
Pimples on the cheeks are often associated with hormonal problems. Hormonal fluctuations can be triggered by stress, poor sleep, or changes in the menstrual cycle . To prevent the appearance of pimples in this area of ​​the face , it is recommended to manage stress, maintain quality sleep and adopt a balanced diet.
  • Pimple on chin
Pimples on the chin are usually linked to hormonal imbalance or hormonal fluctuations in women, especially during the premenstrual period. To balance hormones and reduce the appearance of pimples in this area, it is advisable to maintain a healthy weight, engage in regular physical activity and avoid foods high in sugar and fat.
  • Button on the maxillae

Pimples on jawlines can be caused by excessive use of makeup brushes or pore-clogging cosmetic products. To prevent the appearance of pimples in this area, it is recommended to clean makeup brushes regularly and use non-comedogenic products.

The VIBRE anti-imperfection routine


Morning and evening, remember to cleanse your skin with a treatment rich in probiotics to balance your microbiota and control the appearance of the bacteria responsible for acne.

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