1. Bissell Little Green Carpet Cleaner
There’s nothing like getting a product recommendation from a friend, and in the modern world, that friend is TikTok. Not only do you get to hear exactly why the item in question is great, you get to see it in action! As such, the social media platform has become a treasure trove of endless discoveries just waiting to be tapped. There were those $25 Amazon leggings that all but took over the internet (eat your heart out, Lululemon!). Or that incredible touchscreen toaster that became one of TikTok's most prized possessions—you get the idea.
While some advice on the social media app is meant to be taken with a grain of salt, these items are the real deal—and we're going to let you in on a little secret: Most of them are available on Amazon, where they've got thousands of positive reviews. Below, we’ve rounded up the best TikTok-famous products you’ll want to add to your cart from the site ASAP—before they sell out (again).
The Best TikTok-Famous Products At A Glance
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Most TikTok-famous carpet cleaner
Cleaning is never fun—unless we're talking about the Bissell Little Green carpet cleaner. This thing took off on the social media platform for its ability to suck up just about any stain—even four-year-old coffee spills out of car carpeting. TikTokers say even deep stains are no match for this baby, which combines a powerful stain remover and warm water with superior suction. It’s seriously satisfying to watch, and we can only imagine all the gunk you’ll find going to pull out of all of your upholstered surfaces. Better yet, every Bissell purchase helps a homeless pet in need, making it a philanthropic purchase, too.
$124 at Amazon
Most Tik-Tok famous hair dryer brush
Before the Revlon One Step was universally known as the internet’s favorite hair dryer brush, it was a mind-blowing Gen Z discovery on TikTok. We all watched as this incredible hair tool transformed naturally curly ringlets into a salon-style blowout in mere minutes with its innovative ionic technology, which is meant to condition and smooth as the hot air blows through the brush's bristles—and then we tried it ourselves. The verdict? It shaved 20 minutes of styling time off Editor-in-Chief Jillian Quint's styling routine!
$35 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous acne patch
Beauty TikTokers, like Hannah Cho, claim that these magical patches can clear up acne overnight—and we agree. As seen in Cho's video (which has been viewed 1.7 million times, nbd), the patches absorb the gunk and oil out of whitehead pimples in a hurry, so that when you wake up, their presence is significantly reduced. These acne patches use medical-grade hydrocolloids (an ingredient that's frequently used for wounds) which create a protective seal over the skin as they work their magic, allowing you to kiss your blemishes goodbye. We also found they curbed our itch to poke and pick.
$13 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous leggings
These viral leggings are widely lauded as your rear end’s best friend, as they're designed to compress and shape your tush to the max. The textured, honeycomb material has a flattering “scrunch” in the center for the ultimate boost, and there's plenty of video evidence that it works: Buyers filming their significant other’s enthusiastic reactions to them wearing the leggings have garnered millions of views across the app.
$21 $15 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous face wash
The CeraVe face wash that your mom has used for ages sprung up into massive popularity thanks to skin influencer Hyram Yarbro—aka Skincare By Hyram. As a spokesperson for the brand, he claims this non-stripping, hydrating cleanser is good for dry, sensitive skin and works just as well as more expensive brands. His recommendations were so strong that the products were sold out everywhere for some time, so we highly recommend picking it up while you still can.
$15 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous toaster
Do you really need a fancy touchscreen toaster? Probably not, but TikTok sure makes it look fun. The LED screen visually displays seven different toasting options in different degrees of darkness, so you know exactly what you’re getting before you even press start. It also reportedly cooks perfect Pop-Tarts and browns bagels just right (which means no more annoying burnt ends). Add in the fact that the company claims it works 35 percent faster than your run-of-the-mill toaster, and you've yourself a real kitchen home run.
$300 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous hair mask
Olaplex is known for its line of incredible hair products, but TikTokers are particularly fond of the No 3 repairing treatment. This concentrated formula is said to restore healthy texture and repair dryness and damage. The videos are just proof in the pudding, showing dry, frizzy hair that looks significantly smoother in just one use. It may seem pricey for the size of the bottle, but a little goes a long way and your hair will thank you—our editors noticed reduced frizz, increased volume and smoother locks after trying it out.
$28 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous cleaning solution
Watching videos of people transform their stained, rusty appliances and cookware into something that looks brand new is addicting. The Pink Stuff has earned cult-favorite status for being able to do just that—without the need of any intense scrubbing. Made of baking soda, quartz, sodium silicate and soap, it’s safe to use on your kitchen and bathroom and gets out stains fast with its gritty texture. Kiss those rings in your shower goodbye!
$8 $5 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous tumbler
You can’t go on a rich mom walk and not be hydrated. This “adult sippy cup” has been popularized by TikToker @tinx for her hilarious review about how cold it kept her water. It comes in an array of fun colors and patterns and even comes with a straw, so you’ll actually want to drink from it. There’s also an included flip-up lip, which makes it suitable for hot drinks as well.
$24 $22 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous foot peel
For whatever reason, watching gross things, like pimple popping, can be incredibly satisfying. That’s why it makes complete sense that this foot peel is so popular on TikTok. People have been posting videos of the aftermath from wrapping their their tootsies in this chemical peel for the feet, which breaks apart dead skin cell connections and causes them to be shed, ideally leaving behind baby-smooth epidermis. This one relies on lactic acid to get the job done.
$40 $19 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous clay mask
This clay mask is formulated to deeply cleanse your pores (and therefore clear up your skin), but TikTokers have found another use for this 100 percent natural calcium bentonite clay: a curly hair mask. Simply mix the clay powder with apple cider vinegar and creators swear it helps bring back their natural curl pattern (just be sure not to wash it down the sink, lest you do a number on your pipes!).
$15 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous moon lamp
As TikTokers the world over are proving, you’re never too old for a moon lamp—especially one that floats. Mimicking the shape and pattern of everyone's favorite natural satellite, this pick glows in three different hues (warm yellow, white or gradient) and can even spin for a more sophisticated nightlight. You can also remove the ball from its perch, which TikTokers love to do to take artsy photos.
$97 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous acupuncture mat
Acupuncture can be expensive, but social media mavens say you can find similar relaxing relief in this acupressure mat. After lying on it for 30 minutes, it can supposedly reduce muscle tension and back pain, as well as improve blood circulation. While the spikes may look a little scary, TikTokers say it feels like your sore muscles are melting on it (read: no pain) and that they feel incredible afterward.
$24 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous cheap sunglasses
Cheap and trendy sunglasses are great for the ‘Gram and TikTok alike, and posters are obsessed with these inexpensive frames in particular. While they’re not polarized, they have 100 percent UV400 protection (that's the highest level available for peepers), a trendy rectangular style, tons of frame color options and a retro vibe that will elevate any outfit.
$21 $12 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous vitamin C serum
Vitamin C is a great ingredient to add into any skincare routine, as it reportedly promotes collagen production, lightens hyperpigmentation and diminishes fine lines. Sunday Riley's cult-loved C.E.O. Glow has the added punch of turmeric extract for extra protection from free-radical damage and an instant glow (see how it sparkles on this TikTok user). More than just looking dewy, however, it appears to deliver on results: Check out this incredible before and after video!
$40 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous mascara
TikTok may have actually broken the internet when users stumbled upon this Maybelline Lash Sensational Sky High mascara, initially selling it out four times over. The video testimonials for it were incredible, with a resulting lash effect that bordered on falsies. While Assigning Commerce Editor Nicole Briese still favors Essence's Lash Princess in the volume department (best $5 you'll ever spend), she says this one does have some impressive merits as far as lengthening is concerned.
$11 $8 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous skincare fridge
Keeping certain beauty creams and serums in the fridge can provide an additional cooling effect to your skin. But who wants to walk to the fridge every time you do your skincare routine? Enter: the Cooluli skincare mini fridge. Small enough to fit on your countertop but spacious enough to hold 4 liters of skincare products at the ideal temperature, it's beloved by TikTokers who make stuffing it with face masks, eye patches, facial rollers—you name it—an artform.
$50 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous food chopper
There are times when you’re too lazy to chop things by hand but don’t want to bust out a full food processor. That’s where this TikTok-famous food chopper comes in. Users claim that this gadget is "life-changing" and of one of "the best purchases" possible as it quickly chops everything from onions to garlic in a matter of seconds with minimal effort: Simply cut your item in half, toss it in and pulled the ringed handle to watch it slice and dice. Talk about a time saver!
$20 $19 at Amazon
Best TikTok-famous spot treatment
Finding a pimple is never pleasant, but TikTok star @leanne_page swears by Mario Badescu Drying Lotion as part of her quick fix. She simply cleans the area with toner (she likes Ole Henriksen Glow2OH), applies the lotion and leaves it on overnight to dry out the dreaded blemish. The drying lotion's secret ingredient is salicylic acid, which is known to aid the skin in shedding dead cells from the top layer and decrease redness and swelling.
$17 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous mini waffle maker
What’s better than a waffle? A mini waffle! TikTokers are absolutely obsessed with this mini waffle maker from Dash, which makes crispy, individual sized versions of the breakfast favorite. As posters have demonstrated, it can also be used to experiment with “waffling” cinnamon buns, Uncrustables, sugar cookies and whatever other food items will fit. It sells out frequently, but it's available in several colors and seasonal shapes.
From $10 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous tennis skirt
In case you haven’t heard, tennis skirts are in—and not just for the sport. Amazon reviewers and Tiktokers alike love this inexpensive one that comes in a variety of patterns and colorways for its hidden shorts (!), snug fit and quality cotton fabric. Pair it with a crewneck sweatshirt and collared undershirt to channel your inner Princess Diana.
$16 at Amazon
Best cereal dispenser
Organization-Tok might be one of the most inspiring TikTok sub-genres out there—especially if you happen to hate clutter—and for cereal lovers, this dispenser just might be the start of your organizational journey. This video shows just how quickly and easily and quickly you can dispense your favorite breakfast goodies—even kids can handle this mess-free gadget! More than just convenience, however, it ensures that the oldest cereal gets used first each time, so you're not wasting any food.
$24 at Amazon
Most TikTok-famous slides
I think we can all agree that the best part of working from home has empowered us to embrace more comfortable footwear. That said, it's no surprise these rubber pillow slides are all TikTok seems to be talking about. They’re ergonomic without looking absolutely heinous, so you can wear them to run errands, take on chores or just lounge around. Did we mention they also come in just about every color of the rainbow?
From $19 at Amazon
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Cataract-dissolving Lanosterol Eye Drops for Pets and Animals Lanomax
The 'lanosterol eye drops' that claim to dissolve cataracts have appeared
A study released in July 2015 shows that lanosterol, a natural chemical produced in our bodies, can effectively uncloud cataracts. To date, there have been no medicines known to cure cataracts, and as such, a surgical procedure to remove the opacified lens and replace it with an artificial lens has been the only available option to correct the problem. However, if cataracts could be cured with simple eye drops such as 'lanosterol eye drops,' that would greatly reduce the need for cataract surgery to treat the condition. Therefore, there has been a great deal of interest in the findings of the study in the ophthalmological field worldwide.
Dr. Kang Zhang, Professor of Ophthalmology and Chief of Ophthalmic Genetics at UC San Diego, and his research team have found that the organic compound called lanosterol can dissolve protein blocks that cause cataracts and destroy lens opacity. They published their findings in Nature magazine on July 22, 2015.
Their work began with the cases of three children who had a severe cataract condition that ran in the children's family. The scientists sequenced the children's genomes and identified a genetic mutation that interfered with the production of lanosterol, a naturally occurring steroid in the body. In addition, the researchers found that lanosterol is used in the body to synthesize cholesterol and several steroid hormones, but the crystalline lens of the eye also contains an abundance of this substance. That clue led them to the decision to test whether lanosterol might have the ability to prevent or even eliminate cataracts.
They first removed the lenses of 13 cataracted rabbits and immersed the lenses in a 25 mM lanosterol solution followed by an incubation period of 6 days. At the end of the 6-day experiment, transparency was significantly improved in the rabbits' lenses.
The team then moved on to dogs, using a group of seven dogs who were suffering from age-related cataracts. They injected the lanosterol solution directly into the vitreous body of the eyes, then administered the lanosterol solution via eye drops three times a day for six weeks. The results were impressive: cataracts on three of the dogs completely disappeared, and there was a noticeable decrease in the opacity of the lenses on the remaining four dogs.
However, a lanosterol solution used only in the form of eye drops will not cure cataracts without the injection
Immediately after Zhang's research team published the paper, there was suspicion raised as to whether or not lanosterol in the form of eye drops alone can cure cataracts. Because lanosterol has extremely low solubility, it is not easy for the lanosterol molecules in eye drops to reach the crystalline lens. In fact, in the experiments on the seven dogs, Zhang's team had to anesthetize all of dogs and inject the lanosterol solution directly into the vitreous body of the eyes in addition to administering the lanosterol eye drops.
A paper supporting this suspicion was published with a title of "Effect of lanosterol on human cataract nucleus" by C. K. Minija's research team in December 2015, five months after the publication of the Zhang team's Nature paper. The conclusion of Minija's paper was that the lanosterol solution was not effective for the treatment of human cataractous nuclei when the laboratory test was performed using simulation experiments based on the Nature paper published in July 2015.
The team immersed the human lens nuclei extracted during cataract surgery in the same 25 mM lanosterol solution as used in the Zhang team's research and incubated them for 6 days. At the end of the 6-day experiment, the transparency of the human lens nuclei immersed in the lanosterol solution was not improved at all.
Since the lens nucleus is free of the lens coat, the effect of lanosterol on cataract removal was expected to be much stronger. However, contrary to this expectation, the treatment effect of lanosterol in the rabbit and dog lenses as shown in Zhang's research did not appear at all in the human lens. This means that the lanosterol solution used by Zhang's and Minija's teams could not deliver the lanosterol molecules it contained into the human lens.
This pessimal experimental result is due to the extremely low chemical solubility of lanosterol and its extremely low permeability within the body tissues. Even with liposomes, nanoparticles, or dextrin-based carriers, it is still difficult to overcome these limitations. Therefore, in a non-laboratory setting, it is practically impossible to dissolve cataracts only through the administration of lanosterol eye drops to animals or humans with cataracts. This is because the lanosterol molecules contained in the lanosterol eye drops must pass through additional barriers, such as the cornea, anterior, iris, and pupil, just to reach the outer surface of the crystalline lens alone, not to mention the inside of the lens.
It is clear what the experimental results of both Zhang's and Minija's teams mean; while lanosterol is certainly related directly to the treatment of cataracts, the simple lanosterol solution as used by both the research teams has a limitation in transferring the lanosterol molecules into the crystalline lens. Hence, simple lanosterol eye drops alone cannot deliver the lanosterol molecules into the lens, which is why Zhang's team injected the lanosterol solution directly into the vitreous body of the eyes after anesthetizing the seven dogs. In conclusion, the simple lanosterol solution as used by Zhang's and Minija's teams cannot be expected to have any cataract treatment effect when used solely in the form of eye drops. The drops must be used in conjunction with injections.
Lanomax® can cure cataracts in the form of eye drops alone; no injections are necessary
Lanomax® uses ThruDelivery®, an innovative drug delivery system built using the latest advanced nanotechnology, to deliver lanosterol molecules into the crystalline lens of the eye. This system separates the lanosterol molecules from the carriers in the carrier-lanosterol complex attached to the corneal surface, and then quickly passes them through the cornea, anterior, iris and pupil to deliver them into the crystalline lens. It is because of this ThruDelivery® system that Lanomax® is the only eye drop on the planet to show a real therapeutic effect on cataracts.
We discovered this ThruDelivery® system by fortuitous chance in the winter of 2015, and have decided not to disclose its secrets to the world by way of patents or articles. It's like Coca-Cola's manufacturing know-how. Currently, this amazing lanosterol delivery system is only found in Lanomax® eye drops. However, please be advised that we cannot inadvertently include information about this system in the ingredients table of Lanomax®.
A research paper has been published that Lanomax® has a therapeutic effect on human cataracts
Paper title: Lanomax as a Drug in Cataract Treatment: A Case Study
Abstract: The possibility of determining lanosterol, the active ingredient of the drug Lanomax, in the lacrimal fluid by a new electrochemical method of multisensory stripping voltammetry was studied. The measurements were carried out using a planar solid-state electrode. The test-system solution was a 0.05 M KCl solution, which contained the Zn2+, Cd2+, Pb2+, Co2+ and Hg2+ metal cations at the concentration of 5*10-5 M. It was shown that the method is effective for the determination of lanosterol; the dynamics of the change in its concentration in time was considered. It was also shown that the lanosterol concentration in the lacrimal fluid remains constant for 12 h. The possibility of nonsurgical dissolution of cataracts in humans using Lanomax was investigated. In the course of the dynamic observation of this process for 8 months, the stabilization of rapidly progressive cataract was found.
Lanomax® Drug Facts
Lanomax® has an excellent therapeutic effect on incipient, immature, and mature cataracts
The therapeutic effect of Lanomax® varies greatly depending on the type of cataract and the degree of its progression. Generally, in the case of incipient, immature, and mature cataracts, if you administer Lanomax® to both eyes for six weeks (about two bottles), you will see visible improvements compared to untreated eyes before administering Lanomax®. Sometimes there are dramatic cases where a visible effect can even be noticed within a short period of 1-2 weeks after beginning to administer Lanomax®. Read reviews from customers who have had such dramatic experiences here.
However, in the case of hypermature cataracts, it is difficult to expect a dramatic treatment effect in a short period of time. In very severe conditions such as complete loss of vision, cataract complications, or cataracts combined with other eye diseases such as glaucoma, the therapeutic effects of Lanomax® are unlikely to be sufficient. At this point, you may need to consider surgery.
However, even if Lanomax® does not bring dramatic therapeutic effects to the hypermature cataracts in the short term, it is possible that some improvements are going on very slowly in the pet's eyes. If you see something that you could not see in your pet before the treatment (e.g., your pet's pupil that completely lost sight reacts to the light, your pet looks around more frequently, your pet is no longer bumping into furniture, or your pet is more active spending more time wandering around the house than before treatment began), this could be evidence that the hypermature cataract is being treated. Read the reviews related to these cases here. If your pet has a hypermature stage cataract, but for some reason surgery is not an option, Lanomax® may help improve your pet's quality of life.
If Lanomax® is not effective at all in treating your pet's cataracts, we will give you a 100% refund
What other cataract eye drops in the world can make this bold promise? This is a promise that only Lanomax® can stand behind.
We have a "9-Week 100% Money Back Guarantee Program" based on our solid confidence and pride in Lanomax®. This program provides a 100% refund for all orders, including shipping fees, if there is no treatment effect for cataract after using Lanomax® for 9 weeks. Start treating your beloved pet's cataract now with this exceptional and incomparable customer satisfaction program.
During the treatment with this program, 3 bottles of Lanomax® are used over a period of 9 weeks in one eye of your pet. To use the program simply follow the steps below:
[Step 1] First, check with your local veterinary hospital to determine whether your pet has an incipient, immature, or mature cataract. Unfortunately, a pet with a cataract at the hypermature stage is not eligible for this program. This is because the period of 9 weeks is too short to bring dramatic therapeutic effects for hypermature cataracts.
[Step 2] Email us the documents you receive from the veterinarian and photos of both eyes before treatment begins as shown in the sample below. The program will begin automatically as soon as we receive the materials.
[Step 3] Purchase 3 bottles of Lanomax® and start treatment. Treat only one eye, the one with the most cataract progression. Send us a photo showing both eyeballs once a week for nine weeks (a total of 9 photos) as you treat one eye with Lanomax®. Be sure to keep the shooting angle and lighting as consistent as possible for all the photos.
[Step 4] After 9 weeks of treatment, re-evaluate the progress of cataracts at the same veterinary hospital and send us the documents by email.
[Step 5] Based on the pre- and post- treatment documents issued by the veterinary hospital and the 10 photos taken by you, we make a comprehensive review of the cataract treatment together with your veterinary hospital. After the review, if we determine that there have been no therapeutic effects after the 9-week program, we will issue a full refund for your complete order (3 bottles of Lanomax® plus shipping fees).
We believe that Lanomax® is the only eye drop on the planet that can treat and prevent cataracts at this time. We are confident that if you try Lanomax® yourself, you will certainly share our beliefs within 9 weeks. We wish you and your pet the very best.
Beware of Lanomax® imitations that have no therapeutic effect on cataracts
Recently, similar eye drops mimicking the ingredients of our Lanomax® have been sold on Amazon and eBay. These eye drops claim to have the same cataract treatment effect as Lanomax® because they contain lanosterol but, unfortunately, these claims are not true at all.
These imitation drops are simply aqueous solutions of lanosterol, similar to those used by Zhang's and Minija's teams, in which lanosterol is dissolved in liposomes, nanoparticles, dextrin carriers, or oils. If you want to use these imitation drops to treat cataracts like Lanomax®, you will have to anesthetize your pet as in the 2015 Nature paper and inject the solution directly into the vitreous body of the eyes with a syringe. These imitation drops will not show any cataract treatment effect when used without the injections.
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Turmeric Eye Drops Could Treat Glaucoma
UK scientists have found that a derivative of the spice turmeric could be used to treat people with early signs of glaucoma.
A way of producing ‘curcumin’ as eye drops has been developed, which could help prevent sight loss in people with glaucoma.
Glaucoma is a condition where the optic nerve in the eye becomes damaged because of the pressure of fluid. It can lead to permanent sight loss if it isn’t treated early.
In the UK, about 2% of people aged over 40 have the condition. People are at higher risk of developing glaucoma is someone in their family has it.
Eye drops are usually used to treat glaucoma. These help to lower the pressure in the eye and so reduce the damage and the risk of sight loss.
Researchers from University College London (UCL) have been looking at whether an ingredient that has been used in traditional medicines for centuries could help people with glaucoma.
Curcumin is an extract from the spice turmeric. It has been known to help treat the damage caused to the eyes and brain in conditions such as glaucoma and Alzheimer’s disease. However, it has previously been difficult to administer as it doesn’t easily dissolve and absorb in the blood stream.
To be effective, up to 24 tablets a day need to be taken, which can cause side effects such as stomach upset.
Nerve cell loss reduction
Scientists at UCL have found a way of containing curcumin within a compound known as surfactant and a stabiliser. This means it can be used in an eye drop.
The eye drops have now been tested on rats, using twice-daily drops for three weeks. The nerve cell loss in the eye, which is an early stage of glaucoma, was significantly reduced. There were no signs of eye irritation or inflammation.
Professor Francesca Cordeiro, lead author of the study said: “Curcumin is an exciting compound that has shown promise at detecting and treating the neurodegeneration implicated in numerous eye and brain conditions from glaucoma to Alzheimer’s disease, so being able to administer it easily in eye drops may end up helping millions of people.”
The drops could also potentially be used to diagnose glaucoma, as well as Alzheimer’s disease as curcumin is known to bind to the protein deposits that are a sign of Alzheimer’s.
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