Dr. Pimple Popper gets completely splattered every once and a while doing her job, and in a new video, she just posted that is exactly what happens...a pop that shoots across the room!
"A pop kiss for you!" Dr. Sandra Lee captioned the new video.
But, a kiss is the furthest thing from what happens in this video. While the good doctor is slightly squeezing this bad boy, it squirts right at her and the assistant.
In this case, the doctor has to use both methods of popping, she first cuts open the top of the zit and then she gives it the good ol' squeeze.
Fans of the show are going crazy, seeing a pop that is so drastic it actually scares people when it finally blasts out.
"How long did it take to have no reaction when it pops onto your face mask?" one person commented." One popaholic reacted, "OMG I totally flinched. Lol That was awesome!"
Several people actually jumped out of their seats while watching the video, "I actually jumped like it was going to hit me" one fan wrote.
"Why did i blink like it was going to get me...I feel like I need a face shield to watch this" another said.
One fan even thought this pop was so violent it may have hurt..."I cannot imagine how much this hurt. It’s a nice pop tho!"
The best reaction to the video we have to agree with..."Wish there was sound. That pop had to be loud!"
See The Mother Of All Cysts...
As popaholics, we have seen a few big ones over the years, but this may be the biggest cyst Dr. Pimple Popper has even laid her hands on.
"Wooo talk about a mother of a lipoma!" the good doctor captioned the video.
As you can imagine, in this case, Dr. Sandra Lee was forced to slice into this thing to get to the core. In other words, it's not your normal slight squeeze.
Many question how in the world something gets to this size, this lipoma is bigger than this guy's whole head!
"GOOD LAWWD that thing is huge!" one fan said.
This Thing Is Massive!
Fans of the show took to social media in reaction to seeing this bad boy, and the question remains about how it gets to this size.
"I honestly don’t mean this question in a negative way, but I’ve always been curious how something gets that bad. Are people afraid to go in? Does it get that bad over night? Financial reasons. I can’t imagine. I feel like I would have cut that out as soon as it started growing," a fan posted.
A second fan asked, "How did it get to be this large? Why not get this before it gets to be this size?"
As always, many compared the pop to their favorite foods, "It’s like chicken nuggets before they are cooked. So satisfying! Glad this patient is doing a lot better," one person said. "Looking like Mac and cheese," someone else posted.