The jawline and chin are correlated most with hormonal imbalances and stress. For women, this means that they are more likely to break out around your menstrual cycle.Try to reduce stress and get adequate sleep and exercise. This will help to heal and fight blemishes around this area.
The neck and decollete area may be a sigh that your body is fighting bacteria to avoid an illness. Give your body and skin a break by sleeping more, meditating, relaxing, and drinking plenty of water. If you notice a break out or irritation, your skin is probably trying to communicate with you. Take a break, breath, and have a glass of water.
Upper Lip & Chin => related to stomach and abdominal area; upper lip pigmentation: may be caused by birth control medication, redness may indicate stomach acidity. Chin breakouts: caused by hormones, females tend to have monthly breakouts in this area. Solution: Focus on staying hydrated and consuming darker, leafy greens.
Jawline => related to reproductive organs; Congestion: hormones, too much dairy. Solution: Focus on reducing stress and possibly adding more fiber to your diet.
Neck & Decollete => related to adrenal glands; breakouts and/or redness may be stress induced or mean your body is fighting an illness. Solution: Focus on reducing stress and protect area with SPF.
Upper Lip & Chin => Breakouts: irritating cosmetics, toothpaste, and mouthwash. Hyperpigmentation: sun exposure and waxing. Solution: Focus on targeting breakouts by using glo-therapeutics Spot Fix Blemish Treatments and hyperpigmentation with Brightening Serum or Lightening Serum.
Jawline => Breakouts: hands on face or not properly removing products. Solution: Focus on targeting breakouts with glo-therapeutics Refining Mask and try using it as a spot treatment at night.
Neck & Decollete => Hyperpigmentation: sun exposure. Hypopigmentation: fragrances or perfumed body products. Solution: Focus on using products specifically designed to smooth, firm and brighten skin. Try glo-therapeutics Neck Firming Serum.
All of these areas are influenced by the foods you consume and how much water you drink. Cutting out heavy and sweet foods such as processed sugar, dairy and fried foods will help your skin feel fresh. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables instead.Drinking water is also a major benefit to keep your skin looking and feeling its best.
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