site logo
subscriber logo
Think beyond ordinary
Subscribe to our newsletter to explore all the corners of worldly happenings


Your Details


The Secrets Your Face is Trying to Tell You about Your Health

Face is the mirror of the health condition and it is very important to have a healthy life for a flawless skin.

The Secrets Your Face is Trying to Tell You about Your Health

You can count on that evergreen smile or depend on some dabbing of that extra red lip color to hide away the bad health or mood that you are struggling with. But your face is basically a traitor and won’t hide anything. Popping the problems over your efforts is the stubborn nature of your face. it might be the case that you are not in a bad health, it could be an overdone party. Those bloodshot eyes and drooling face over the last night’s hangover and your liver having the urge to detoxify. The Monday presentation won’t consider all these and you need to be the best, looking decent is just the first step to ace the meet. But experts say that you might add some camouflage but the skin has its own way of bursting out.

As per Dr. Nigma Talib, face classification is done into four major categories and the order goes somewhat like this- Dairy Face, Sugar Face, Gluten Face and Wine Face. Experts also say that if you are healthy that too will show up on your face.

Many times, with age, people complain about the fine lines, dull complexion, redness, and wrinkles. These are often related to age. But the fact is that people are less careful about the skin and indulge in an unhealthy lifestyle. That does not show when your skin is young and supple. It will only appear as you left it unattended over time. Puffed eyes are the very first sign that appears and is also the first thing that disappears when you start avoiding certain kinds of food. The secondary signs like wrinkles and fine lines are a part of aging that will also diminish gradually after the change of diet.

Face mapping isn’t a new theory

Face mapping or reading, customarily comes from antiquated Chinese and Ayurveda prescription.

Once upon a time, it was utilized as a demonstrative device by noticeable pioneers and researchers. They trusted that the face spoke of the fortune, wellbeing, and vitality of a person and that by nearly inspecting the state of the skin and facial shape, similar to a sleuth you could suss out a man's character including their physical, mental and enthusiastic state. You could likewise have the essential instruments and necessities to alter your destiny and course.

Face mapping and reading is much more profound than simply the epidermis and is far more complicated than simply being leading to aging. As per the experts, the partition of the face can be done in three parts- the upper, center and the lower part. If there are any possible issues with the organ system or the framework of the body it will be shown on the face. Issues related to stomach, respiratory system, circulatory motion, excretory system and feeling of anxiousness will show on the face in the form of dryness, redness, breakouts, etc.  

It's assumed that if the imperativeness of a man was perfect, the appearance would be clear and in awesome condition. Any shortcomings or illness would be reflected by a modification in shading, surface, and appearance. It is anything but another hypothesis; face mapping is an old Ayurvedic work on interfacing a point all over to an organ or body part. The hypothesis is by treating your skin inside, you'll clear up externally.

An insight about gluten face

This kind of face is quite common and you might have seen people suffering from puffy red cheeks. This is what you call gluten face that has got those dark pigmentation patches or black spots showing around the area of the chin.

Gluten is a kind of protein that is usually found in wheat, grain, and rye. Affectability to it will expand the odds of irritation inside the body, including the face. It can likewise affect the immune system and hormones related to reproduction, bringing about spots or dull pigmentation on the jaw area.

While you stick to the decision of removing gluten for three weeks, drinking more water and eating more fiber the puffiness of the skin will be gone.

How dairy face looks like

The dairy face can be identified with swollen eyelids, eye sacks and dark circles under the eyes. The chin will have little white spots and slight bumps on the chin. Dairy sensitivities have a tendency to happen around the jaw, which is associated with face mapping to the reproductive organs. Have a go and take a break from dairy for three weeks and see the effect all over. But one thing should be taken care of when you are avoiding dairy products. Your diet should have a calcium supplement that is extremely important for the body.

Next is the sugar face

The signs would appear on the forehead as you will see fine lines/wrinkles, droopy skin; that will eventually add a dark look to the face. The abundance of glucose particles in the body leads to the glucose getting connected to collagen, making these regularly flexible filaments inflexible. An excessive amount of sugar impact on the body will lead to equalization of microbes in the gut, which can likewise trigger skin break out on the face, shoulders, and chest.

When you start slicing your sugar element from the diet you will start seeing the changes, you will steadily find weaning yourself off. These side effects will quickly diminish and you will soon have a better health and skin.

Wine face

This is the after party face. Fine lines or redness between the eyes, sagging eyelids, fluffy lines crosswise over cheeks (lack of hydration), red cheeks and nose are some of the common signs.

Liquor makes the skin dry, which declines the look of scarce changes and slow formation of wrinkles. It is high in sugar, which harms the protein collagen that keeps the skin flexible. On the off chance that your liver is attempting to process liquor, you may have profound lines or redness between the foreheads. You will see the difference if for the consecutive three weeks you stop liquor consumption.

Get our hottest stories delivered to your inbox.

Sign up for Scrabbl Newsletters to get personalized updates on top stories and viral hits.