Talib explains that,
“The part of your face most affected – whether it’s your forehead, chin, cheeks or eyes – will depend on the part of the body being put under most stress by the food group.”
This practice of reading the skin is nothing new. In fact, face mapping has been practiced as part of Chinese traditional medicine for thousands of years. It’s only now that dermatologists and big beauty brands are seeing the value in it too.
If you’re seeing unusual pigmentation or lesions on your skin, it may just be your body trying to tell you something’s wrong.
Consult a specialist of your choice, whether it be a doctor of Chinese medicine, a naturopath, GP or dermatologist, if you notice anything abnormal.