Women’s skin care brands including tiktar, Huda Beauty, HUMA and Empower Organic have been selling skin care containing tiktags.
It comes after some women complained of irritations or irritation caused by the tags.
The products include a tiktag cream that is meant to help treat eczema, and an emulsion that contains ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and zinc oxide.
Huda Beauty is the world’s largest cosmetics company with sales of $4.2 billion last year.
It has branded its products as “essential” and “life-saving”.
Empower Organic is a cosmetics company which sells a range of skin care creams and other products.
Its sales are estimated at $2.2 million in 2014.
Empower is the latest in a line of companies to use tikTaks in its products.
In November, cosmetics brand MAC launched a new brand called the “Empower” line of cosmetics.
The tikTag products have been popular on social media.
The tik tag trend has seen popularity in China, the US and Europe.
In September, a Chinese woman, who asked to remain anonymous, wrote on Weibo that she had been using tikTags to treat an itch in her back.
“I have an eczemas back and was really worried about this itch.
But the tik Tags helped so much.
I’ve never been able to find anything similar in China.”
The woman said the tig marks were noticeable after a while and the tihs had “an amazing effect on my skin”.
She added: “The tih tags were able to clear up the itch in a short period of time.
If I used other products I would not have gotten the itch.”
The tig tags were also used by another woman to treat her eczemanias back, after a period of no treatment, according to Chinese media reports.
Some people have claimed to be allergic to tik taks and others have complained about irritations caused by tik Taks.
In September, an Australian man, who was not identified, posted a photo on WeChat, saying he had been experiencing severe burning sensations.