What Is Your Skin And Body Telling You?
Have you heard of face and body mapping? Its takes the guess work out of what’s going on with your face and body. It is Targeted Results!
Dermalogica’s Face Mapping Skin Analysis and Body Mapping provide a deep look into your skin’s health. The latest advances in skin analysis provide you with a treatment specifically designed to address your personal skin concerns. It’s targeted skin care for exceptional results, and it’s available from our Dermalogica skin certified professional at Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Work Center.
Let us explain the Zone areas and let you see how certain areas of your face are connected to other parts of your body.
Zone 1: Left side of Forehead
Look and feel for congestion and dehydration, congestion can occur from not cleansing thoroughly in these areas.
Zone 1 & 3: Bladder & Digestive System – improve your diet and drink more water.
Zone 2: Between the Eyebrows
Areas of excess oil production and ingrown hairs, excess oil production in this area cause breakouts.
Zone 2: Liver – try cutting back on alcohol, also indicate food allergy.
Zone 3: Right side of Forehead
Same as zone 1, congestion and dehydration
Zone 4: Right Ear
Look for comedones and congestion.
Zone 4 & 10: Kidneys – keep yourself hydrated with water and cut back on liquids that dehydrate you, eg. soda, coffee, and alcohol.
Zone 5: Right Cheek
Looking for broken capillaries and subsurface congestion, those who smoke, have allergies, suffer from sinus problems or getting over a chest infection tend to have milia and acne in this area.
Zone 5 & 9: Respiratory System
Zone 6: Right Eye
Look for milia, fine lines and dark circles. Milia in this area can be cause by make-up that contains comedogenic ingredients. Dark circles or congestion under the surface of the eye orbit are often hereditary, but are worsened by poor elimination and lack of sleep.
Zone 6 & 8: Kidneys – dark circles are usually a result of dehydration. Drink up!
Zone 7: Nose and Upper Lip (Between the nose and lip)
Look and feel for congestion and broken capillaries. This zone tends to have the most congestion of all the zones due to the excess of sebum production. Broken capillaries around the nostrils are an indication of squeezing or poor extraction technique. Comedones along the lip line will indicate the use of lip balm, lipstick or lip liners with comedogenic ingredients.
Zone 7: Heart – check your blood pressure, and also make sure you’re not using products that irritates your skin.
Zone 8: Left Eye
Same as zone 6, milia, fine lines and dark circles. Results of dehydration!
Zone 9: Left Cheek
Same as zone 5, broken capillaries and or congestion, will find milia and acne due to smoking or allergies.
Zone 10: Left Ear
Same as zone 4, comedones and congestion, eliminate soda, coffee and alcohol. Keep yourself hydrated with water!
Zone 11: Left Side of Chin
Undersurface congestion and breakouts can be due to insufficient cleansing all the way down to the jaw lines, leaving make-up and cleanser residue.
Zone 11 & 13: stress and hormonal changes, hormonal imbalance.
Zone 12: Chin
Undersurface congestion and breakouts can be due to improper cleansing technique, comedogenic ingredients or leaning head on hands.
Zone 13: Right Side of Chin
Same as zone 11, undersurface congestion and breakouts.
Zone 14: Neck and Chest
Breakout activity, pigmentation and signs of aging. Pigmentation may reveal photosensitivity to fragrances over a long period of time or insufficient application of sun care products to the neck and chest area.
This area is commonly exposed to the sun and should always be protected because it is the first zone to show signs of aging
Zone 14: Illness – can be a sign your body fighting bacteria.
Next time you breakout, notice fine lines or dark under eye circles, look to your skin mapping and see “What is your skin and body telling you”
At Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Work Center, we offer free face mapping skin analysis. Come in and see us, you will receive your customized skin health prescription. 754 204-7676Read More