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Facial Blemishes Could Indicate Internal Issues. Here’s What Your Skin Says About Your Health

By Andrew Alpin, 12 April 2017

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2T-Zone (Liver & Stomach)

Facial blemishes on your T-Zone could be due to a increase of toxins caused by dehydration, excessive alcohol and oily food. Alcohol affects stomach acid and drives toxins to various parts of your body. Fast food and processed food can cause blemishes on your T zone. The fats and oils used cooking such foods can lead to an imbalance in your abdomen. Excess sugar can affect hormones and insulin resistance. The only way to fix this is to reduce alcohol, and avoid fatty and sugary foods.

Facial blemishes on your T-Zone

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3Nose (Blood Pressure, Poor Circulation, Salt Intake)

A facial blemish on the nose is your body’s response to emotional stress and poor circulation. High blood pressure can cause blackheads and pimples on the nose. So will high cholesterol, stress, excess alcohol and unhealthy fats. Additional triggers that cause such blemishes like blackheads on the nose are anxiety, grief, depression and repression of anger. The best way to fix this is a good exercise routine. The American Health Association recommends 30 minutes of moderate to intense exercise thrice a week to improve circulation. Consume healthy fats derived from avocados and peanut butter. Avoid unhealthy fats and spicy foods to reduce inflammation. Fiber rich foods like oats can reduce and maintain your cholesterol.

facial blemish on the nose

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4Lip Area (hormones & intestines)

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Facial blemishes on the lip areas could indicate ovulation, menstrual cycles and hormonal imbalances. The region can break out in blemishes depending on the time of your menstrual cycle and your type of hormonal imbalance. While some women could experience blemishes during their menstruation, others could get blemishes during ovulation which is the 14th day. Lip acne is also a sign of lack of fiber. If it gets to severe you could consult your doctor about the possibility of using a contraceptive pill to check hormonal imbalances. Don’t take them yourself. Consume fiber rich foods such as healthy greens like oats, green vegetables and fruits. Abdominal massages can help to a certain extent and so will yoga exercises which will stimulate a gentle circulation during menstrual cycles.

Facial blemishes on the lip areas

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