A few days ago a new challenge began to gain popularity on social networks. But this time it is not about throwing cold water or dancing. But about eating tide brand detergent capsules. The matter is already a public health problem. A few days ago. A Guinea B2B List new challenge began to gain popularity on social networks, but this time it .Is not about throwing cold water or dancing, but about eating tide brand detergent capsules. The matter is already a public health problem.
A Few Days Ago Dozens of Teenagers Began Uploading
The Tide brand is a line of detergents from the multinational Procter & Gamble and in recent days it is attracting attention because one of its products is part of a viral challenge on the internet. The Tide Pods, capsules containing soap, were introduced to Guinea B2B List the US market in 2011, with an investment of more than 150 million dollars. The product is innovative but has also generated controversy. Years ago, Tide Pods garnered attention because some children accidentally ate them because they might look like candy. Now they’re back as part of a viral challenge. A few days ago,
The American Poison Control Association Issued
dozens of teenagers began uploading videos in which they do the #TidePodChallenge, a challenge that consists of chewing a capsule to test the soap. The popular consensus is that this is silly. Eating detergent can be dangerous and both Facebook and YouTube have started removing all #TidePodChallenge videos because they promote dangerous activities. The American Poison Control Association issued an alert about the Guinea B2B List increased use of Tide capsules in the challenge and shooting videos. For its part, Tide posted a message stating categorically that Tide Pods should not be eaten. New England Patriots player Rob Gronkowski appears in the video.