Dr. Pimple Popper Just Squeezed Creamy 'Donut Filling' From A Steatocystoma

Jennifer Nied
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Photo credit: Massimo Ravera - Getty Images
Photo credit: Massimo Ravera - Getty Images
  • In Dr. Pimple Popper's new Instagram video, she squeezes a satisfying steatocystoma.

  • This bump was stuffed with an oily, yellow liquid, which fans compared to donut filling.

  • When Dr. Pimple Popper squeezed, all the gunk came spilling out.

Some pimples get all the attention. Yep, I'm talking about blackheads. But, even the diehard blackhead popping fans should give credit to the satisfying extractions that come from steatocystomas. Dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, certainly gives love and effort to these oily pops.

One particularly entertaining steatocystoma is the star of her latest Instagram video. Dr. Pimple Popper introduces it in the caption: "Steatocystomas 馃挍 (Cysts of the Sebaceous Gland)"

And, she dives into some helpful background info for all her fans: "The contents of steatocystomas are more liquid and odorless, often clear or slightly yellow in color. These types of cysts are benign and rare (despite seeing so many in my videos) especially compared to epidermoid cysts. Treatment isn鈥檛 necessary, but may seek removal due to appearance AND they give us #popaholics a nice SQUEEZE! 馃挜馃 #drpimplepopper #steatocystoma"

Dr. Pimple Popper shows this extraction from the very start. She begins by numbing the area before getting her fingers ready to squeeze. Once she applies pressure, a ton of oily gunk starts to pile up on the top of the skin.

Fans had so many thoughts about what was inside. One wrote, "Thats the stuff in those donuts." Another Popaholic asked, "Did you get all the sack outta that one? That was a tricky little booger." It sure was, but you know Dr. Pimple Popper finished it off like a pro.

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