The beauty routine and skin care of many women have been transformed because of the social network: discover below three trends that have gone viral on TikTok and expert tips to do at home.
How about learning beauty tricks that are successful on TikTok? The social network started to be successful in Brazil with the audience of Generation Z, but it goes beyond the humorous videos and dances. Through the Chinese app, you can dive into a unique universe of fashion and beauty trends.
To Purepeople, biomedical Adriana Lima tells more details about three trends that conquer more users every day on the social network, how to incorporate them into everyday life and also their possible health risks.
JELLO SKIN: HOW TO HAVE HYDRATED AND FLAWLESS SKIN?
The jello skin, “jelly skin” in free translation, consists of having a high hydration in the skin, leaving it fresh and with a good elasticity. Tiktoker Ava Lee posted a video there in which, in the face of small pinches on the face, shows how soft and malleable she is.
“We know that to have this good hydration and a glowing skin it is necessary that collagen is super present in the skin, but it is normal for the body to reduce its production over the years. in its composition. For those looking for a faster effect, collagen biostimulators are right”, advises Adriana.
FACE TAPING CAN CAUSE SKIN ALLERGY, BIOMEDICAL ALERT
Face taping is the technique that uses an adhesive tape to give the face lifting effect. This reduces expression lines and the appearance of wrinkles. It looks promising, but according to the expert, there are risks: allergies and irritations can arise.
“For those looking for a long-lasting and safe lifting, I recommend the PDO threads, or support threads, as it is the right procedure to restore the skin’s firmness and support. PDO also smooth the Chinese mustache, what we call ‘bulldog cheeks'”, the biomedical.
SLUGGING: HOW TO AVOID DRY SKIN?
Dry skin can be considered a thorn in the side of many women: the lack of freshness and hydration causes the face to dry out, leaving it looking not very pleasant. Originating in the Korean beauty routine, slugging is based on using petroleum jelly, also known as Vaseline, as it has a high reparative power.
“Because it is a super powerful jelly, oily skins and those prone to acne should not receive this type of treatment. And it must be remembered that Vaseline is not a savior, even if it is powerful, it must be used in conjunction with other products and procedures that will help to reverse this situation”, points out Adriana.