Facial Diagnosis

Facial Diagnosis of Overall Health

To determine a person’s overall health, face reading focuses on five key facial features: ears, eyes, nose, mouth and philtrum (the area between the nose and upper lip). These are evaluated together to determine if a person has a “Good Health Face” or a “Poor Health Face.”

Those who have a Good Health Face rarely falls ill, recovers easily from illnesses and is in robust health. A person with a Poor Health Face has fragile health, falls easily and often to minor ailments and in serious cases, falls ill often.

Good Health Face

A good health face has two or more of the following features (and the more of them there are, the better):

  •   Ears with a skin color that is lighter than the skin color on the other parts of the face
  •   Ears which are long, fleshy ears that do not protrude
  •   Coral pink lips
  •  Eyes that look bright, alive and twinkling with the whites and pupils clearly distinguishable
  •  A tall nose with a strong bridge that has no knots or bumps, lines or moles
  •  A long deep and wide philtrum (space between the nostrils and the upper lip)

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