Identifying the Source of Skin Conditions


Osmosis Face Mapping connects the internal imbalances to the conditions present on the face. Find the zone that matches your area of concern and select the skin condition to see our recommended protocol. Download the PDF version here.


Face Mapping

Zone 1 (Forehead):

ACNE: Small bumps or cysts caused by candida overgrowth in the gut. This will often be accompanied by acne in Zone 4.
MELASMA: Large patches of brown resulting from damage to the liver.
ROSACEA: Redness that remains relatively constant and worsens with triggers from certain foods or stress. It reflects the large intesine.

Zone 2 (Upper Eyelids):

ECZEMA: This is caused by adrenal stress. It can occur from excess caffeine and other stimulants, anxiety or heavy stress. It results in peeling and irritation of the skin.

Zone 3 (Lower Eyelid Region):

KIDNEY DAMAGE: Dark circles, redness or puffiness can occur from the use of NSAIDS like aspirin or ibuprofen, etc. It can also occur from caffeine, other medications, and lack of sleep.

Zone 4 (Cheeks and Temples):

ACNE: Small bumps or cysts caused by candida overgrowth in the gut.
ROSACEA: Redness that remains relatively constant or worsens from triggers like certain foods or stress. It reflects the large intestine.
MELASMA: Brown pigment areas found in similar regions on both sides of the face that result from liver damage often associated with medication.

Zone 5 (Lower-middle Cheekbone):

ROSACEA & ACNE ROSACEA: Redness and/or acne in this region is from bacterial or candida overgrowth, ulcers, and digestive issues in the small intestines.

Zone 6 (Lateral to Nose):

ROSACEA: Redness next to the nose is caused by gastritis or H. Pylori overgrowth in the stomach.

Zone 7 (Nasal Flares):

ROSACEA: Redness or capillaries on the side of the nose is caused by acid reflux affecting the lower esophagus.

Zone 8 (Tip of Nose):

ROSACEA: Redness associated with inflammation in the back of the throat often caused by hard alcohol.

Zone 9 (Lower Cheeks and Jawline):

ACNE: Bumps or cysts caused by estrogenic toxins and testosterone imbalance. Commonly affecting the mid-face, neck, chest, and back.
MELASMA: Brown pigment areas found in similar regions on both sides of the face that result from liver damage often associated with medication.

Zone 10 (Perioral):

ACNE: Bumps or cysts associated with estrogenic toxins and testosterone imbalance from toxins absorbed by the colon in constipated individuals.
PERIORAL DERMATITIS: This is caused either by constipation or from mouth toxicity from toxins like fluoride.
MELASMA: The upper lip can develop patchy brown areas associated with liver damage.