Everybody has had an acne breakout at some point in their life. Many believe that these breakouts are due to hormones and topical facial products, both of which are true. However, acne that is in certain, contained locations tend to have meaningful symbolization. In fact, the location of your acne is telling of the health conditions of other parts of your body.
In between the eyebrows.
Acne flare ups between the eyebrows are indicative of a liver that is working overtime and unable to keep up with the foods being digested. This is usually due to the over consumption of fatty, greasy food or alcohol, so if you find yourself breaking out after a night of partying, this could be why.
If you think there might be a correlation between the air quality in your city and the acne appearing on your cheeks, you might be onto something. Cheek acne usually means that you’ve been in contact with polluted air. The acne in this area could also be caused by allergies or by bacteria such as the millions of bacteria that are found on your cell phone.
Chin acne usually comes about with the changing of the body’s hormones. This is why acne on the chin is so common among women when it’s time for their menstrual cycle, however, it can appear on a person of any gender.
Nose acne is generally caused by the production of excess oil on the face. This happens because the nose contains an abundance of oil glands in comparison to other parts of the face and body.
An acne problem in the forehead area could mean that you’re sleep deprived and/or having issues with your digestive system. Pimples here are an indication that the body is having a hard time breaking down foods. Consistent breakouts in this are are worth a talk with your doctor.
Very uncommon, but still a possibility, stomach acne correlates to blood sugar levels. A blood sugar that is too high can cause acne in this area, making it an important factor for diabetics to monitor when they suffer from high blood sugar.
Thighs and upper legs.
Covered with extremely sensitive skin, the thighs and upper areas of the legs are prone to acne that results from allergic reactions and irritation. Usually, the irritation here is cause by shower gels or soap. If you get frequent thigh acne, consider trying a different shower gel.
Acne along the hairline is commonly related to pore-clogging makeup, friction from hats, and poor hair hygiene. Hairline acne isn’t as common as other types of acne, but is important to deal with when it comes up, as it can become a nuisance.
Pelvis acne- also known as crotch acne- is commonly associated with STDs. It can also be caused by underwear that is too tight, not breathable, or lack of general hygiene, but is generally indicative of an untreated STD. Pelvic acne should not go untreated.