Cosmetic Acupuncture

Y si en algo coinciden amplios estratos de la población es en la necesidad de mejorar la convivencia para que salgan beneficiados vecinos, turistas, hoteleros y hosteleros. Para impulsar una mejora de las relaciones entre todos, el empresario y diseñador gráfico Pep Art, Pepe López Aperador, ha ideado una campaña de marketing. AUDIO Una turista británica se queja de que en sus vacaciones en Benidorm había "muchos españoles" El eslogan de la campaña, "Enjoy Benidorm with the Spanish people" viene acompañado de una invitada muy especial, la octogenaria británica enfadada por convivir con españoles durante su estancia en Benidorm. La anciana, prevenida esta vez de la presencia de autóctonos, ha accedido a volver después de ser invitada por los artífices de este proyecto para inculcar el respeto entre todos. AUDIO "Hay una cultura de la queja en el turista británico que no existe en otros europeos" Aprovechando la anécdota, Hoy por Hoy Alicante ha invitado al artífice de la campaña, Pep Art, y al sociólogo de la Universidad de Alicante, Tomás Mazón, para hablar de xenofobia y turismofobia. Como ya reconocía a la Cadena SER el presidente de la patronal de hoteleros de Alicante y la Costa Blanca, Toni Mayor, al turista británico le gusta sentirse en su ambiente, algo que no detectan "en otros turistas europeos". Con esta afirmación coincide Pep Art, que reconoce la querencia de los visitantes de las islas por sentirse en "una Inglaterra a 30 grados". A pesar del tono amable de la campaña, el profesor de la UA observa una turismofobia latente en la ciudadanía española. Tomás Mazón identifica una serie de problemas más o menos serios de convivencia. La masificación o el turismo de borrachera son algunos de ellos, dejando aparte las actitudes hostiles que se puedan producir de manera puntual por ambas partes.

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I found myself not only on her table, but attending one of her gua sha classes earlier this month. Two weeks later, I'm floored by the results: clear, dewy skin and next to no redness. For those of you who are new to acupuncture, here's a quick crash course: Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medicine practice that involves placing ultra-fine needles on systematic points to improve tone and increase the circulation of blood and lymph. The practice has been shown to help with a host of issues , from depression to arthritis to carpal tunnel . On the face, it can help clear congestion, minimize acne, and reduce redness and inflammation. Unlike most facials, Chiu's treatment doesn't involve masking or extractions — instead, she focuses on needling the neck and face (with a few needles placed in strategic points on the body ) catering her technique to each client's skin concerns. In all honesty, facial acupuncture isn't relaxing during the procedure. According to Chiu, this is completely normal. She says it's common for people to experience discomfort during the treatment, but intense relaxation after. She finishes each treatment with an ultra-soothing 15-minute session of gua sha and cupping .

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