Skin Tips

What Your Face Reveals About Your Health

Beauty is truth's smile when she beholds her own face in a perfect mirror.

If our eyes are the window to the soul, then our face is the window to our health. So the next time you look in the mirror, take a closer inspection and you might see what your face is trying to tell you about your health.

 

Skin

 

Hemoglobin gives our skin a lovely rosy color. When there is an iron deficiency, the red blood cells become smaller and paler which results in pale skin.

 

A chronic state of stress releases cortisol, which degrades the collagen and elastin fibers that help to plump up the skin and smoothen out fine lines & wrinkles.

 

Adrenal fatigue can cause the pituitary gland to produce a hormone named corticotrophin which stimulates melanin production, causing the pigmentation on your skin to darken.

 

Eyes

 

Yellowish, fatty deposits near the corners of the eyelids could be a reflection of clogged arteries or irregularities in the way your body metabolizes fats.

 

Dark eye circles are typically a telltale sign of too many late nights, but they can also be a symptom of adrenal fatigue. The liver and kidneys are under constant pressure to get rid of excess stress hormones – cortisol and adrenaline. Similarly, acne and wrinkles between the brows & crow’s feet are linked to a stressed liver.

 

Swollen and puffy eyes could be your kidney’s way of telling you they aren’t able to filter out the extra water and waste that is causing excess fluid buildup in the tissues.

 

Cheeks

 

Red cheeks can occur if you have rosacea. But if you develop a rash along your cheeks in the shape of a butterfly, it’s a common sign of lupus – a disease that causes your immune system to attack its own tissues and organs.

 

Mouth

 

Cracks & sores at the corners of the mouth may point to a vitamin B deficiency, particularly vitamin B2 and B3, as these vitamins have anti-inflammatory properties.

 

Chin

 

In women, hormonal fluctuations during menstruation can cause breakouts on the chin and jaw. But if the acne is rather severe, you might want to check with your doctor about the possibility of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

 

Neck

 

Dark rings or patches around the neck are a common indicator of developing type-2 diabetes. The patches hint of insulin resistance due to obesity or a diet that’s high in refined carbohydrates & sugar.

 

Stress-relief exercises, restful sleep, a well-balanced diet & exercise will greatly impact your health, but there are ways to zap that zit and take care of stress-related pigmentation & wrinkles.

 

Flash lines & wrinkles on the forehead, between the brows, and crow’s feet away with Doctor Perfector, made of 100% pure and natural Swiss milk protein. Hyaluronic acid further helps to relax the wrinkles and fill in the creases to instantly smooth expression lines and defend against future lines.

 

Anti-Fatigue Eye Contour Gel comes to the rescue of sleepy, stressed eyes to decongest & soothe puffy eyes and minimise dark eye circles efficiently. Essential Eye Concentrate improves oxygen supply to the eye area to promote blood circulation and increase skin firmness while Eye Lift Cream tightens and lifts sagging skin around the eyes.

 

Formulated with advanced W3-Alpha-Complex, White Focus Concentrate minimizes liver spots and reduces sun-induced pigmentation in the shortest time possible. Watch pigmented areas and uneven patches fade away with Global White Cream, specially formulated to repair, even out & lighten skin discoloration.

 

For all-round perfection, spread Jubilation Skin Wellness Mask on the face and neck to prevent hormone and stress-related breakouts, improve cell respiration, reduce stress-related pigmentation, and boost skin radiance.