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  • ยฟQuieres una piel hidratada?
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    DepilZONE te brinda estos #depiltips para tener una piel hidratada en verano.
    . ๐Ÿ‘‰ Exfolia: Ayuda a hidratar la dermis, a retirar las cรฉlulas muertas y mejorar casos de acnรฉ.
    . ๐Ÿ‘‰ Hidrata: Una buena hidrataciรณn nos aportarรก luminosidad y un aspecto saludable, a la par que, a largo plazo, evitarรก la apariciรณn de lรญneas de expresiรณn. . ๐Ÿ‘‰ Usa depilaciรณn lรกser: La depilaciรณn lรกser no solamente sirve para eliminar el vello, sino que tambiรฉn ayuda a mejorar la textura y la elasticidad de la piel. El lรกser genera una activaciรณn del colรกgeno y la elastina que brinda mayor suavidad a la piel.

    #depilzone #depilacionlaser #hidratacion #verano #playa #sol #cuidatupiel #exfoliation #exfoliar #hidratar #pielbella #cuidados #tips #consejos #sanborja #lima
  • ยฟQuieres una piel hidratada?
. 
DepilZONE te brinda estos #depiltips para tener una piel hidratada en verano.
. ๐Ÿ‘‰ Exfolia: Ayuda a hidratar la dermis, a retirar las cรฉlulas muertas y mejorar casos de acnรฉ.
. ๐Ÿ‘‰ Hidrata: Una buena hidrataciรณn nos aportarรก luminosidad y un aspecto saludable, a la par que, a largo plazo, evitarรก la apariciรณn de lรญneas de expresiรณn. . ๐Ÿ‘‰ Usa depilaciรณn lรกser: La depilaciรณn lรกser no solamente sirve para eliminar el vello, sino que tambiรฉn ayuda a mejorar la textura y la elasticidad de la piel. El lรกser genera una activaciรณn del colรกgeno y la elastina que brinda mayor suavidad a la piel.

#depilzone #depilacionlaser #hidratacion #verano #playa #sol #cuidatupiel #exfoliation #exfoliar #hidratar #pielbella #cuidados #tips #consejos #sanborja #lima
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  • ๐Ÿ”Œ โ€œA new study suggests teens whose eyes are habitually glued to their smartphones are markedly unhappier, according to lead author and San Diego State University professor of psychology Dr. Jean M. Twenge.[] The survey asked students questions about how often they spent time on their phones, tablets, and computers, as well as questions about their face-to-face social interactions and their overall happiness.

    Investigators discovered that on average, teens who spent more time in front of screen devices โ€” playing computer games, using social media, texting, and video chatting โ€” were less happy than those who invested more time in non-screen activities. Non-screen activities included sports, reading newspapers and magazines, and face-to-face social interaction.

    Twenge believes this screen time is driving unhappiness rather than the other way around. โ€œAlthough this study canโ€™t show causation, several other studies have shown that more social media use leads to unhappiness, but unhappiness does not lead to more social media use,โ€ said Twenge.

    Twenge is the author of โ€œiGen: Why Todayโ€™s Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy โ€” And Completely Unprepared for Adulthood.โ€ Nevertheless, total screen abstinence doesnโ€™t lead to happiness either, Twenge found. The happiest teens used digital media a little less than an hour per day.

    But after a daily hour of screen time, unhappiness rises steadily along with increasing screen time, the researchers report today in the journal Emotion. โ€œThe key to digital media use and happiness is limited use,โ€ Twenge said.โ€ - Rick Nauert PhD .
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    #lesstech #socailmedia #wow #share #tips #media #screens #iphone #android #ipad #technology #kids #teens #unplug #blog #health #parents #info #exposed #tv #iphonex #games #facebook #instagram #2019 #lit #facts #facts ๐Ÿ’ฏ
  • ๐Ÿ”Œ โ€œA new study suggests teens whose eyes are habitually glued to their smartphones are markedly unhappier, according to  lead author and San Diego State University professor of psychology Dr. Jean M. Twenge.[] The survey asked students questions about how often they spent time on their phones, tablets, and computers, as well as questions about their face-to-face social interactions and their overall happiness.

Investigators discovered that on average, teens who spent more time in front of screen devices โ€” playing computer games, using social media, texting, and video chatting โ€” were less happy than those who invested more time in non-screen activities. Non-screen activities included sports, reading newspapers and magazines, and face-to-face social interaction.

Twenge believes this screen time is driving unhappiness rather than the other way around. โ€œAlthough this study canโ€™t show causation, several other studies have shown that more social media use leads to unhappiness, but unhappiness does not lead to more social media use,โ€ said Twenge.

Twenge is the author of โ€œiGen: Why Todayโ€™s Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy โ€” And Completely Unprepared for Adulthood.โ€ Nevertheless, total screen abstinence doesnโ€™t lead to happiness either, Twenge found. The happiest teens used digital media a little less than an hour per day.

But after a daily hour of screen time, unhappiness rises steadily along with increasing screen time, the researchers report today in the journal Emotion. โ€œThe key to digital media use and happiness is limited use,โ€ Twenge said.โ€ - Rick Nauert PhD .
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#lesstech #socailmedia #wow #share #tips #media #screens #iphone #android #ipad #technology #kids #teens #unplug #blog #health #parents #info #exposed #tv #iphonex #games #facebook #instagram #2019 #lit #facts #facts๐Ÿ’ฏ
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