What is ‘Lynx Can dare’ that ripped nipples of Teenager in UK?

15 year old teenager in Liverpool University lost his both Nipples to a dare which is known as Deodrant or Lynx challenge. A crowd watched as the teenager stood with his top off and let a schoolmate empty the deodrant cans on his nipples. Everything was bearable for a while then the boy who was actually freezing his nipples, flicked both nipples. Now dare guy expects to be ‘nipple-less’ for the rest of his life. Medical experts warn students not to try this, because this can damage skin permanently.

How Dangerous is Deodrant challenge?

This is called ‘Lynx Can Dare’ or ‘Deodrant challenge’ Lynx is a deodrant. The challenge involves closely spraying aerosol deodorant on bare skin for as long as the person can stand it. It hurts in the moment, and can have lasting impacts as well. It is an aerosol burn caused by the pressurized gas within the spray cooling quickly. The decrease in temperature freezes the skin causing frostbite. This type of frostbite is very similar to a burn. They may blister or peel in cases of more advanced burn.This type of damage to the skin can cause permanent scarring.

Why students do such dares?

Teenagers do such stupid dares in schools to show off that how strong they are. They take such challenges to prove that they are cool. But scars of these challenges remain for life. sometimes Severe burns can require surgical procedures and skin grafts.

What boy said?

A student who had his nipples ‘frozen off’ in a prank involving two cans of Lynx admits it was ‘stupid’.

The teenager continued: ‘It hurt. It was like raw, exposed skin. As soon as he flicked it, you could see that there was a discolouration.’

After changing out of his PE kit and heading to a German lesson, a number of pupils at the school already knew about the incident.

He went on: ‘I’m in German, just sitting, and my nipples are now gone. I’m just chilling, and then people are like, “Your shirt is bleeding”.

‘And you just see two blood stains from both my nipples.

‘My German teacher actually stopped the lesson and was like, “What’s going on? Do you need to go to the medical room?”, and I was like, “Nah it’s fine”.’

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