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Pimples Are Health Indicators And What You Can Do About It!

by Pakhi Rajesh Kumar Dixit

Your face is a map to your health. All that goes inside of you is reflected on your face in some way or the other – wrinkles, fine lines, pimples, blackheads etc. Do you use expensive products on your face and still end up being the victim of pimples and blemishes and other various issues? Well, if you analyse enough, you will come to conclude that more than the external reasons, internal reasons must be fixed, to reach an all-clear situation. So, in a nutshell, here are the four most affected areas and this is what you can do next!


Forehead indicates some digestive distress and general stress overall. Stress is one of the major factors here. Try to cut down caffeinated beverages, sugary drinks, and instead make your own Shi kanji at home. You can go for Decaf coffee and tea options or if necessary, drink only 1 cup until your forehead starts clearing up. Drinking water is a must for skin hydration and flushing out toxins. It can also be because of dirty hair or scalp. Make sure you use good shampoos and conditioners and wash your face every time you use caps. Do not forget to use sunscreen before heading out.


Cheeks indicate that pollution, dust and environmental factors are the major culprits. Take extra care cleansing your face after you come back home from outside. Try to get some air purifying plants for your office or home. Taking care that only clean surfaces come in contact with or are even near your cheeks is also important. Make sure to clean your cell phone surface often and do not let any grease or dust linger on it. Try to get your hands on silk pillowcases if you can. Always use clean makeup products. A Rose – Yogurt face mask is also very beneficial. After cleaning your face with a face wash, wash it again with honey. Honey is antibacterial as well as anti-inflammatory and acts as natural moisturiser, resulting in lesser blocked pores.


Nose indicates that you might be having some underlying stomach or gastrointestinal issues, liver or kidney problems, high blood pressure or you might be allergic to certain foods. There are a lot of foods that worsen your pimples. Cut down on dairy, spicy and extra oily foods and fast-food consumption such as burgers etc, for some time. Because your nose has more oil glands than any other part of your face, this area breaks out a lot more. If not pimples, blackheads or whiteheads then. Try to eat home cooked food as much as possible with extra focus on leafy vegetables. Regular exfoliation to unclog pores is also something that could be done.


Chin indicates that your body is going through hormonal imbalance. Set a healthy sleep schedule for yourself i.e. a robust sleep hygiene. Drink Peppermint or Rose tea and try to avoid stress to not enrage your already enraged hormones. Avoid touching your chin with dirty hands. You can also apply Green Tea on the affected area to reduce inflammation and redness.

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