Facial Cupping

Los t�cnicos vuelven a denunciar que no dan abasto ante el incremento en el n�mero de licencias Exigen que se ampl�e el personal para poder atender todas las peticiones En los �ltimos tres a�os la ciudad ha duplicado sus ingresos por el 'ladrillo' La oposici�n acusa al PP de "abandonar" esta Concejal�a pese a sus problemas El Ayuntamiento de Alicante no tiene capacidad para hacer frente al volumen creciente de solicitudes de licencias de obra que hay en la ciudad. El a�o pasado se concedieron solo la mitad de las que se hab�an solicitado (220 de 471), y eso pese a que los ingresos por el Impuesto de Construcciones, Instalaciones y Obras (Icio) se doblaron en 2017 (de los 2,3 millones previstos se recaudaron 5,54 millones, seg�n la liquidaci�n del presupuesto). Es decir, que la actividad se sigue acelerando aunque el consistorio no d� abasto. El problema, tal como lo expresaron este viernes los t�cnicos municipales en el seno de una Comisi�n de Urbanismo, es la falta de personal, que impide que la ciudad funcione adecuadamente con temas de licencias. El tema no es ni mucho menos nuevo. Ya en julio de 2016 este diario recog�a las reivindicaciones de la Concejal�a tras haber perdido su condici�n de Gerencia, lo que le hab�a supuesto contar con la mitad de personal. En total unas 70 personas, de una plantilla de 2.000, se encargan de tareas urban�sticas. Estas cifras supon�an un retraso de cuatro meses en la concesi�n de nuevas licencias. A pesar de eso durante estos �ltimos tres a�os apenas se ha reforzado el departamento, y solo cuando sali� Guanyar del tripartito (el concejal de Urbanismo era Miguel �ngel Pav�n) el PSOE cumpli� con su promesa de contratar de manera eventual a dos personas. La edil Eva Montesinos tambi�n desmantel� el �rea de planeamiento y lo destin� a licencias, algo que no ataj� el problema estructural que exist�a en la Concejal�a. Y sigue igual.

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Cupping has become increasingly popular over the last few years, with the likes of Jennifer Anniston and Gwyneth Paltrow testing out the trend.  But what do experts have to say on the trend? But  Dr Nyla Raja , a cosmetic dermatology GP and founder at  Wilmslow Medispa , Manchester, told OK! Online: “I don’t see any benefits of using water bottles to firm the skin. To actually lift and tighten the skin, the deeper layers need to be targeted, something which can’t be done with water bottles. Also, it is important to treat the skin with care, especially the delicate area around the eyes. If what you’re doing at home hurts - stop!" She continued: “On younger patients, Exilis is a great option for skin tightening. It uses radio frequency to deliver controlled heat under the skin. On more mature skin I recommend Ultherapy - a non-invasive lift treatment which stimulates collagen growth. It gibes a ‘natural’ looking tightening of the skin on the face and neck." In you're after a more traditional method to give your complexion an instant facelift, skincare gems like Transformulas' FaceContour & Tightening Crème, £36.95 , instantly lifts skin while  WUNDERLIFT's Anti-Wrinkle Serum, £19.95 , helps smooth out skin over time.  One beauty blogger has been using dental floss to push out blackheads [Instagram: @sukhimann_] Recently, another beauty blogger  Sukhi Man took to Instagram to reveal her clear skin hack, which involves using dental floss sticks to get rid of blackheads.  But  Dr Nyla Raja  also told us: "Open comedones or blackheads, as they are more commonly known, occur when dead skin cells and bacteria block pores. They turn black as they are exposed to air.

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