Woman accidentally brushes her teeth with pain-relieving cream after being distracted by Netflix documentary


Woman accidentally brushes her teeth with pain-relieving cream after being distracted by Netflix documentary

Deep Heat is used to treat minor aches and pains. (Representative image)

A woman was so distracted by David Beckham’s Netflix documentary that she brushed her teeth with a pain-relieving cream instead of toothpaste. The woman, identified as Mia Kittelson, admitted to the mishap on TikTok, where she allegedly confessed to panicking her boyfriend into calling Poison Control. According to the DailyStar, Ms Kittleson was given tubes of Deep Heat, a pain-relieving ointment, and her Colgate toothpaste mixed up as she claimed they looked alike.

That DailyStar reported that this incident left Ms. Kittelson’s boyfriend in such a panic that he called Poison Control, a service that includes doctors to help anyone who has poisoned themselves. In the TikTok video, he said, “Ummmm, so she accidentally brushed her teeth with um like a Deep Heat. Um, like Icy Hot that looked identical to her Colgate toothpaste”.

Specifically, according to the description, Deep Heat products are “specifically designed to provide targeted, warming relief to help ease tight, knotted muscles through the benefits of massage plus heat therapy”.

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Ms. Kittelson’s video on TikTok has received more than 10 million views, the outlet reported. In the caption, she described how the pair were distracted talking about the Nextflix docuseries ‘Beckham‘. She also called the incident “not her proudest moment”.

In the comments section of her post, social media users responded with all sorts of reactions. “Calling poison control is so embarrassing but they are so nice,” one user wrote. “That way I wouldn’t even think about calling Poison Control and just wait and see if I die or not,” said another.

Some users also pointed out how the product tubes don’t look like anything. “You better marry the man he was in the trenches with the ‘identical’,” one user commented.

Deep Heat is used to treat minor aches and pains.

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