What is your skin trying to tell you? Face mapping is the art of unlocking the mysteries of your skin to help you treat pimples, adult acne, blemishes and other skin irritations.
Nine times out of ten there is a solution behind your skin disorders. For example sudden breakouts around the mouth are typically caused by a hormonal imbalance – this is referred to as hormonal acne. Hormonal acne typically only occurs on the lower half of the face especially around the chin, mouth and jaw line Women are most susceptible to hormonal acne as things like the monthly cycle, contraception and pregnancy can all disrupt the delicate balance of hormones. Hormonal break outs can be quite obvious because they frequently appear as papules on the skins surface. Papules are solid raised pimples. The breakout occurs because the hormones are producing excess oil.
2. Boost Your Lashes
Instead of paying a fortune for intensive lash treatments you can create your own treatment that is bursting with nourishment. To help thicken and lengthen your lashes simply apply coconut oil or almond oil to your lashes. A great way to do this is keep an old mascara wand, wash it and let it dry. Use the dry mascara wand to apply the nourishing oils to your lashes. It is a great idea to apply before bed so that all the goodness gets absorbed while you
3. Steam Clean Your Face
You need to steam clean your face at least once a week to remove
blackheads, dirt, blemishes and unwanted toxins. The moisture from the steam helps to plump up dehydrated skin cells, giving you a youthful glow.
Experts claim that the heat can stimulate certain facial muscles, leading to fewer lines and wrinkles
4. Clean Your Face
Cleaning your face and removing your make up before bed is a must. I know it can be hard to stick to this when you have had a super stressful day and it is late. Believe me when I say it is amazing how much residue and crap gets clogged in your skin, and if it is not removed it will make your skin look dull and lifeless. Here are some reasons why cleaning your face every night will give you a beauty boost.
5. Treat Rosacea
Rosacea is a fairly common skin disorder in which the nose, cheeks, forehead, or chin are affected. Rosacea can look like acne but isn’t. Unlike acne, rosacea doesn’t produce the typical blackheads or whiteheads and is more likely to be a problem after adolescents. Rosacea cannot be cured, but it can be soothed.