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Ayurvedic Face Mapping

How to Get Started with Ayurvedic Face Mapping?

Discover the Ancient Art of Ayurvedic Face Mapping

Ayurvedic Face Mapping: A Guide to Understanding Skin Health

At Green-Beauty Co we are all about Ayurveda which is itself inside out approach. In today’s blogpost we want to talk about Ayurvedic Face Mapping -in Ayurveda way. Meaning, we will tie mind, body, and spirit connections using this method. In today’s world, beauty industry is overwhelming with tones of facial tool options, but as Green-Beauty Co-founder, I would like to talk about one of the holistic ayurvedic practice – ayurvedic face mapping before you even embark on any other facial tool. This ancient practice from my grandma has stood the test of time and can help you understand how your skin is connected to your gut-health as well as your mental health. 

In this blog post, we'll explore Ayurvedic face mapping, what it is, how it works, and how you can use it to achieve amazing skin results.

What is Ayurvedic Face Mapping?

Ayurvedic face mapping is a practice based on Ayurveda, where internal body organs relate to different facial area. By analyzing your face using ayurveda way, we can take a look into our internal health and our well-being. As you all know, ayurveda focuses on the mind-body connection, and the belief that all of us have unique constitutions, or doshas, which determine our physical, emotional, and spiritual strengths and weaknesses, this technique can be the first step for anyone who would like to adopt green, holistic, and ayurvedic lifestyle. If you are really interested in this then, I strongly suggest to meet Ayurveda practitioner.  Ayurvedic practitioner can provide more in-depth understanding, but here we just want to share an idea about this. 


Our forehead can be a helpful indicator of our digestive wellbeing. Simply add some raw fruits and veggies to your diet, or consider removing allergens like wheat and dairy to improve digestion. I still remember my mother used to give me Ayurvedic triphala, a blend of three fruits, when she sees acne on my forehead. That’s the reflection of poor digestion and triphala can be detoxing and clearifying to your stomach. 

Forehead and the area between your eyebrows: 

Your forehead and the area between your eyebrows could indicate trouble with your liver. This area can be indicator of more alcohol content or fatty food. Along with reducing those food type,  incorporate liver-supporting herbs like Punarnava Guggul, milk thistle seed, and yellow dock root. Bump it up on water hydration. This situation occurs when we consume more alcohol. 


When you find some irritation in terms of cheeks, that means you require anti-pollution skincare and food!  That’s the indicator that your cheeks might be suffering from pollutants or allergies. Air purifier and indoor air quality can be helpful, also include Vitamin C serum and antioxidant into your skincare routine. 

Nose Area 

Your nose can reveal so much about your heart health! Spots on and around it can indicate high blood pressure. To reduce stress, why not try yoga or meditation? And to keep your heart in top condition, make sure your diet includes plenty of heart-healthy foods. You could even try taking Arjuna, an Ayurvedic herb that supports heart health!


Breaking on the chin means your periods are coming or some sort of hormones are happening. Pamper your skin with your favorite purifying products during that time of the month. To balance your hormones, take care of yourself.

So what’s else inside ayurvedic face mapping 

So, as explained earlier, Ayurvedic face mapping works by dividing the face into zones which correspond to specific organs and systems in the body. 

Along with all these Several factors determine face mapping also help identify genetics, lifestyle, diet, and climate effect on our overall skin health. Ayurvedic face mapping compositions of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Vata individuals have features like thin, dry, and delicate skin, Pitta individuals have oily, acne-prone skin, and Kapha individuals have thick, oily, and pale skin. Each type indicates an imbalance in the corresponding dosha. All these information can be identified via Ayurvedic face mapping. This method recommends different diets, skincare, and lifestyle habits to achieve the ideal skin health.

How Can Ayurvedic Face Mapping Help You Achieve Flawless Skin?

Well, until this point, we talk about overall health, but don’t you think our skin is the reflection of our gut-health.  Thus, Ayurvedic face mapping can be an invaluable tool in helping you achieve healthy, glowing skin. By identifying imbalances in the body and addressing them with personalized treatments, you can not only improve the appearance of your skin but identify future problems well in advance. For example, if you are experiencing breakouts on your forehead, an Ayurvedic practitioner may recommend increasing your water intake or incorporating cooling herbs like mint into your diet. If you have a dull complexion, they may recommend incorporating turmeric into your skincare routine to brighten and revitalize your skin.

If you're interested in trying Ayurvedic face mapping, start by finding an Ayurvedic practitioner in your area. They will begin with a consultation to determine your dosha and identify any imbalances. We also have skin quiz and dosha guide if you would like to figure out initial problem and then consult ayurveda practitioners. Benefits of using professional in this kind of method is:  he/she may also examine your tongue, eyes, and pulse to gain a complete picture of your health. Once they have identified any imbalances, they will recommend personalized treatments, which may include lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, herbal supplements, or topical treatments. 

(Please note: The suggested herbs in this article is  suggestion! It’s informational purpose only.)

Here is our favorite tool when it comes to Ayurvedic Face Massage/Mapping yourself! 

Ayurvedic face mapping is a unique tool that can help you achieve healthy, radiant skin. By identifying imbalances in the body and addressing them with personalized treatments, you can not only improve the appearance of your skin but also promote overall health and well-being. So why not give it a try? Find an Ayurvedic practitioner in your area and discover the benefits of this ancient practice for yourself.

Ayurvedic Face Mapping is a traditional Indian technique that believes the face is a mirror to the body's overall health. This blog post provides an in-depth guide on how to get started with Ayurvedic Face Mapping, explaining the significance of each zone of the face and what it reflects about your internal health.

In Ayurveda, it's believed that different areas of your face are connected to specific organs of your body. Therefore, understanding this face mapping can help you identify any internal imbalances that may be causing skin issues.

Starting with Ayurvedic Face Mapping, firstly cleanse your face, then stand facing a mirror in natural light. Divide your face into three zones: forehead represents the Vata zone, between the eyebrows and the nose bridge is the Pitta zone, and the area below the nose including lips and chin represents the Kapha zone.

Noticing changes in the specific zones can indicate a discrepancy in your health. For example, if you have acne on your forehead, it might suggest digestive or liver issues. Similarly, breakouts on your cheeks could be a sign of respiratory problems.

Remember, Ayurvedic Face Mapping is a holistic approach to skincare. It goes beyond merely addressing skin issues to aiding in achieving overall well-being. However, this practice should complement, not replace, regular medical advice.

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