[By Sharon Ho)]

Where you break out on your face can be a direct reflection of what’s going on inside your body, according to senior aesthetician and nurse manager Noelle Tan from the Sloane Clinic. Here she explains the connections.

1. If you breakout on your forehead           

This may be related to what’s going on in your small intestine

REMEDY: Don’t rush through meals. Eat slower so you can properly digest your food

2. If you breakout between your eyes

Your liver may need a rest from toxins consumed on a daily basis

REMEDY: Cut out alcohol, prepackaged and junk food. Instead try to consume more organic and raw foods.  Detoxify by drinking a glass of water mixed with lemon juice or one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Do try to load up on dark leafy vegetables to

3. If you break out on the front of the cheeks, near your nose

This may reflect what’s going on in your stomach

REMEDY: Eat Clean. Clean foods are natural, free of added sugars, hydrogenated fats, trans-fats and anything else that is unnatural and unnecessary. Many people eat clean as a way to diet, however used as a way of life, clean eating can improve your skin, make you feel healthy and full of energy.

4. If you breakout on your chin

This may be indicative of a hormonal problem

REMEDY: Try limiting your meat intake (make sure it’s organic too)

 

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