According to a doctor who spoke with The Daily Mail, the practice can result in gastrointestinal illnesses including stomach pain and constipation.
The last few days have seen social media being biased with people posting sports photos of the look that has become very popular at festivals and festivals.
Madness was started by makeup artist Jacinta Vukovic, who posted her gaze on Instagram after applying glow on her lips and accidentally getting some on her tongue.
Follow the trend of shine boob – also dubbed “disco t ** s” – as well as women’s shrine bombing “their vaginas.
According to Dr. Adam Simon, online medical director at the online medical service Push Doctor, most glitter products are not edible and therefore should not be put on the tongue as it is likely even a small amount can be swallowed.
It adds that they may also be bacteria in the cluster that could be harmful to the intestine if digested.happy wheels
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