HealthLifeNewsWorld Teenagers are Placing Bags of Bleach on Their Face to “Change” Their Eye Color By dailymediabuzz December 4, 201910970 views ShareTweet 0 TikTok is one of the most popular smartphone apps worldwide, especially among teenagers. However, it’s also been known to encourage some really bad ideas. Earlier this week, The app was banned by the Indian Supreme Court after a 19-year-old shot and killed his friend while filming a TikTok video. What exactly is this challenge? Well, someone came up with a smart idea to grab a plastic Ziploc bag, fill it with hand sanitizer, bleach, and shaving cream. Teenagers are then told to hold the bag against their eye for at least a minute. The trend was started back in April by Greg Lammers, who seems to have sparked the viral phenomenon claiming that this will change the color of your eyes. Greg Lammers Via Newsweek Which you and I can both say that it’s definitely not true. Why? Because putting a chlorine-based chemical bag near your eye, such as bleach, can potentially lead to skin and eye damage. Not only that but if you can have permanent eye damage if the bag ruptures. But no, these stupid teenagers think this is real because everything they read online is definitely going to be true according to them. They just choose to ignore the side effects. Vision loss because of bleach? Nah, never. So naturally, teenagers all over the world decided to try this and there are now more than 30 different videos with the hashtag #brighteyechallenge featuring kids trying it. Several people said that putting the bag against their eye hurt, other teenagers said it was a joke, another said that were disappointed as to how many people have followed it.