Generally speaking, it's not a great idea to take health advice from TikTok.
While that's often true when we're talking about information from unqualified strangers, there seems to be a recent spate of TikTokers coming through with hacks of dubious merit, like the ones putting garlic up their noses in a bid to clear their sinuses.
And while those involved are not necessarily advising that other people do this, TikTok is also where the teeth-ruining "veneer" trend originated with particularly severe oral health implications.
But sometimes, TikTok can actually get the body right. And while the latest trend we'll be looking at could use a little tweak, there is actually some medical basis to it.