- In a new video Instagram video, Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—aka Dr. Pimple Popper—takes on a monster cyst, about the size of a golf ball, protruding from a man’s forehead.
- The silent video quickly gets to the pop; the cyst is full of a white creamy innards that ooze right out.
- Its size, consistency and location indicate this is a sebaceous cyst, the product of a clogged oil gland.
Self-quarantined today? Apparently, celebrity dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—aka Dr. Pimple Popper—has been saving an epic pop for a day when the masses need distraction.
Today’s Instagram video from Dr. Pimple Popper features a growth the size of golf ball protruding from a man’s forehead. It’s a short, silent video, and after a few still pics, cuts right to the pop. Lee’s skilled hands squish out a large dollop of a white, creamy substance. There’s a coda of the final bits of blood and goo being released from the cyst.
There’s scant info in the video, but the biggest, creamiest cysts tend to be of the sebaceous variety, which grow from oil and dead skin trapped in the sebaceous gland, a conduit for lubricant for the skin and hair (which means they often form on foreheads and necks and other locations near hair).
Working from home, you have all the freedom to take in the video and gasp as loud as you’d like—until i's time for one of those Zoom meetings where your work conference looks like the opening of the Brady Bunch.
Stay safe, popaholics! And watch Dr. Pimple Popper's latest Instagram video here:
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