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CHARLOTTE,NC - MAY 15: Passengers walk between terminals at Charlotte Douglas International Airport on May 15, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Air travel is down an estimated 94 percent due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and major U.S. airlines are taking a major financial hit with losses of $350 million to $400 million a day and nearly half of major carriers airplanes are sitting idle. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

According to Tyla, in a new TikTok trend, users are sharing which videos gave them a brief brush with viral fame and one woman’s is a clear standout. A TikToker who goes by Simply.Hillary reveals that she got tons of attention after posting a clip of her trying out a new “skincare product” on her face. The thing is, she wasn’t exactly using it as intended.

In the video, Hillary holds the bright pink “skin thing” to her face, explaining, “It like, sucks, and it pulses, so it makes your blood flow.” She raves about how “amazing” the device is, saying you can “even turn it on for more stimulation.” And telling viewers, “It’s on Amazon, and TikTok made me buy it.”

But people who watched it rushed to the comments to break the news to Hillary that her “pulsing and sucking” skincare device isn’t for facial use. In fact, the battery-operated tool she was using was actually a vibrator. She had people cracking up!

Well, if you listen to our show you might know that something similar happened to Roy and I, going through security at the airport a few years ago. Except what I had REALLY was a facial massager and no one believed me! They took it out and taunted me with it like it was a sex toy! lol I was so embarrassed!

Source: Tyla