Face mapping is a method that reads “messages from the inside of the body” hidden in the slack of the face and cares for it by pressing points on the face. You can easily achieve beauty and health at the same time with a single cotton swab. Method developer, beauty analyst, and acupuncturist Takako Nabegawa will teach you all 4 times.
Table of contents
- Ms. Takako Nabekawa taught me
- Our faces have reflex zones that connect with our internal organs.
- Messages from the body, read on the “slack map” of face mapping
- Check your facial sagging map based on facial reflex zones
- Sagging face with a cotton swab! Work at a deep level and lift up
- All you need is a cotton swab! Basic usage
- Takako Nabegawa’s book “Face Mapping” is now on sale
Ms. Takako Nabekawa taught me
For adults who are confused and do not know what to do with serious sagging and wrinkles, we advocate “face mapping” to make the face beautiful from the core simply by pressing the face using cotton swabs and special tools. Developer of KAOYOMI , a dedicated facial care tool . Beauty analyst, facial therapist, acupuncturist
Our faces have reflex zones that connect with our internal organs.
Eyelids, sagging under the eyes, nasolabial folds, and the gradual drooping face line. The trouble may be a message from the body.
Did you know that we have reflex zones on our faces that connect with our internal organs? The soles of the feet are famous for reflex zones, but there are also reflex zones on the face.
In “Face Mapping”, based on facial analysis and therapy from around the world, we check your facial troubles against “reflection zones”. It is a method that solves sagging and wrinkles that differ for each part such as under the eyes, mouth, and contours by pressing the face.
Messages from the body, read on the “slack map” of face mapping
It’s a well-known fact that the skin is a mirror that reflects the internal organs. In “face mapping”, is it because the intestines are weak that nasolabial folds stand out? I think about it in light of the reflection zone of the face. What kind of message does your face send?
Check your facial sagging map based on facial reflex zones
Intestinal zone: Horizontal wrinkles on the forehead tell the story of stress
The upper part of the forehead is the large intestine, and the center is the small intestine. In recent years, the intestines are said to be the “second brain”, and horizontal wrinkles and fine pimples that appear in the small intestine zone on the forehead may be the screams of the body due to stress.
● Liver Zone: Wrinkles on the forehead caused by anger?
Between the eyebrows is the liver zone. According to the interpretation of oriental medicine, anger puts a burden on the liver, and it is said that it is easy to create wrinkles between the eyebrows. Watch out for additives and excessive alcohol intake that put a strain on your liver.
Kidney zone: Be careful if it appears in eye bags, sagging under the eyes, or dark circles
The area around the eyes is a reflex zone for the kidneys that filters blood and regulates fluid balance. Dark circles, bags, and bags under your eyes, in particular, can be signs that your kidneys are under strain.
● Gallbladder zone: No more spots and moles on the temples!?
The temple is a reflex area of the gallbladder, which is closely related to fat. If you see more raised spots and moles here, you may be consuming too much animal fat.
● Pancreatic zone: Color unevenness and spots on the nasal bridge are related to blood sugar levels.
Above the bridge of the nose and on the sides of the forehead are reflex zones for the pancreas, which is involved in blood sugar levels and fat metabolism. Excessive use of white sugar or fat from meat can cause so-called “sugar spots”, which can easily become spots or moles.
Large intestine zone: People with deep nasolabial folds have weak intestines
The position where nasolabial folds are formed is the reflex area of the large intestine. The area around the mouth is easily affected by the digestive system, and if the nasolabial folds are clearly deep and long, it may be a sign of weakened intestines.
Stomach zone: Overeating makes sagging and pores stand out
Spreading horizontally along the cheekbone are the reflex zones of the stomach. Stomach fatigue due to overeating and overeating tends to appear as sagging pores and swelling.
● Lung zone: Causes collapse of the face line
The area around the lower cheeks is the reflex area of the lungs, and the lungs here indicate the respiratory system. The effects of shallow breathing and smoking due to mask life are likely to appear as fine wrinkles, sagging, and dry skin.
●Uterine ovarian zone: looseness under the nose (in the philtrum) and double chin
The areas under the chin and nose are reflex zones for the reproductive organs (uterus and ovaries). Where hormonal imbalance is likely to appear. After menopause, it is a place where looseness under the nose, double chin, and menopausal acne are likely to occur.
In this way, the worries of the face are, so to speak, “excretion messages from the body.” When waste products that the body cannot process are excreted together with sweat and sebum, they appear as wrinkles and sagging.
Sagging face with a cotton swab! Work at a deep level and lift up
Face mapping treats sagging problems with a single cotton swab. It is a care that can be easily practiced by anyone by simply pressing the face, and it is a care that directly hits the deep layers that skin care cannot reach.
The comfortable stimulation of the cotton swabs will tone the muscles of the face, and will be transmitted to the body through the reflex areas and the acupuncture points scattered there. In this way, we aim to restore health and youthfulness from the inside and outside of the body and lift up the face.
■Press points on the face with a cotton swab, such merits!
1. The face is close to the brain, and works on the nervous system of the brain, which is connected to the points on the face, to make the mind and body healthier.
2. Pinpoint adjustment of facial muscles and masticatory muscles that lead to acupuncture points, easily leading to improvement of sagging
3. The “single-point pressure” of the cotton swab changes the shape and osmotic pressure of the subcutaneous tissue, improving swelling.
All you need is a cotton swab! Basic usage
The beauty of using a cotton swab is that it can be easily done at home. Pleasant stimulation with a tingling sensation promotes blood flow, and the one-point pressure of the cotton swab captures the important points of the facial muscles and loosens stiffness, leading to eyes that remind you of your youth.
■ Prepare a cotton swab
Prepare a cotton swab with a stiff paper core that has a firm cotton wrap. Pointy, fluffier, and extra-fine types are not allowed.
■ How to hold a cotton swab
If you hold it in the same way you hold a writing utensil, you will receive a stable and appropriate stimulus. Holding the knob is NG.
■ How to find acupuncture points
Place the mirror directly in front of you, use your fingertip to find the point, and press the cotton swab straight up and down. Press for 10 seconds to loosen the pressure, and if there is a swab mark, gently push it around with your finger to loosen it.
Note: If you have sensitive skin or are prone to redness, apply gentle pressure while monitoring the situation. If you overdo it, the effect will be halved, so cotton swab stimulation should be limited to 3 times a day.