In April, drinking chlorophyll, which has had moments on other social media platforms, had a spike in interest on TikTok, driven by the endorsements of influencers like Amelie Zilber, according to Traackr, an influencer marketing platform.
Drinking chlorophyll is one of the more harmless recommendations on TikTok, but it’s likely a waste of money.
(Sakara Life’s Detox Water Drops with chlorophyll cost $39, and raw chlorophyll drops on Amazon cost about $20, on average.)
Microneedling, which involves puncturing the skin with tiny needles in an effort to generate new collagen.
On TikTok, conversation around at-home microneedling grew in 2020 and is already experiencing five times more engagement in 2021, per Traackr, but experts say it’s incredibly risky to do at home.
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