Dr. Pimple Popper Just Squeezed 'Super Slippery' Neck Steatocystomas In New Youtube Video

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Dr. Pimple Popper Just Squeezed 'Super Slippery' Neck Steatocystomas In New Youtube Video
  • In Dr. Pimple Popper's new Youtube video, she squeezes a ton of steatocystomas all over her patient's neck.

  • There are a grand total of 10 steatocystomas that are ready to be popped.

  • Dr. Pimple Popper slices into each one and squeezes a slippery, oily substance out.

Dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, just posted a super satisfying extraction video to her Youtube channel that featured her removing a cluster of "super slippery" steatocystomas from her patient's neck.

"Steatocystoma multiplex is a condition where multiple slow-growing cysts appear, usually during puberty, on the body," wrote Dr. Pimple Popper in the video's description. "They occur most commonly on the chest, armpits, and neck. These can get quite large in size, but are often not very raised and are covered by normal looking skin."

She notes that the contents of these cysts are more liquid and odorless, and are often clear or slightly yellow in color. That is spot on in the current clip, folks.

"These types of cysts, benign and rare, are compared to epidermoid cysts, and actually could be called truly 'sebaceous cysts' because they begin in the sebaceous glands," notes Dr. Pimple Popper. "Treatment is not medically necessary, but many people seek removal because they don't like the appearance."

The video starts out with Dr. Pimple Popper showing the cluster of steatocystomas outlined with marker where she plants to extract. And once her patient is numbed up, she starts extracting. She uses a scalpel to slice into the first one.

"This is one's a little oily...sometimes they're more oily than others," she says as she squeezes the steatocystoma with her fingers and a clear, oily liquid spews out.

She pops another one in the cluster, and this one has more of a thick yellow liquid that comes out as she squeezes. She pops yet another one with the same yellow liquid, as well as the fourth and fifth ones.

"They're more flat and deflated," says Dr. Pimple Popper. "As I squeeze I can feel other little ones." They keep going and going and going.

After slicing and squeezing, she grabs a pair of tweezers to start removing the sacs of the steatocystomas, which she says "gives a better chance of them not coming back."

As she pulls them out, she notes that some of them have baby hairs on them, and she says that's because they come from the cells that make those. She then pops a sixth, seventh and eighth steatocystoma, removing the sac after each one. After that, she moves to the other side of her patient's neck, where she pops two more, and one that is "super slippery", for a total of 10. The patient is bandaged up and steatocystoma-free.

"It's amazing how often steatocystomas seem to cluster! I'm sure her neck is going to feel so much better. Nice work Dr. Lee!" commented one Popaholic on the video. Talk about sweet relief!

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