- Dr. Pimple Popper extracts a steatocystoma from her patient.
- In her latest Instagram video, the doctor pokes the bump with a needle and then uses her comedone extractor to squeeze what looks like silly string out.
- The doctor presses on the bump and a squiggly snake of yellow goo comes out.
Come Friday afternoon, it's natural for things to get a little silly. You've been through a whole week and the weekend is so close. Dr. Pimple Popper's latest pop got a little silly this Friday afternoon, and boy, is it satisfying.
Dr. Sandra Lee, MD, aka Dr. Pimple Popper took on a steatocystoma in her latest Instagram video. The name alone is a mouthful, and this bump was ready to burst.
Dr. Pimple Popper comes prepared with multiple tools, armed and ready for this steatocystoma. Btw steatocystomas start in your sebaceous glands, which usually make something called sebum (that keeps your skin and hair lubricated). Steatocystomas end up filled with sebum, an oily, yellowish substance, and they're not pretty.
She captioned the video: "How bout a little #steatocystoma SILLY STRING on a FRIDAY?? 🎊💥😍 #sillystring #friyay#drpimplepopper"
Now back to the bump. Dr. Pimple Popper starts with a needle and pokes a hole in the steatocystoma. Then, she pulls out her comedone extractor for the squeezing.
Dr. Pimple Popper presses on the top of the bump and out comes a squiggling snake of yellow goo. The doctor was spot on with her silly string description.
Who knew a steatocystoma is all it takes to get the Friday afternoon party started.
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