• Using a split-screen presentation, Dr. Pimple Popper squeezes out the contents of several cysts on one male patient.
• The contents come out as buttery goo and one lump’s innards hold a gummy worm-like shape as the gloop exits the skin.
• Multiple large, pus-filled cysts is often the result of an underlining condition, like steatocystoma multiplex, that might be genetic.
In her newest Instagram video, dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, MD uses a split screen, that old-school trick that every A/V club nerd learned in high school, to show multiple pops at once. It looks like Lee is squeezing prime pink growths on both the right and left arm of her patient. There’s no surgical incision, just Dr. Pimple Popper’s magic hands applying pressure and releasing streams of buttery goo—in stereo.
The silent video cuts to a scene of Lee squashing down on yet another cyst on the poor gent’s face, which seems to carry multiple scars from extractions. The contents of facial cyst come out in one gummy worm-like shape, pink and yellow.
While acne is a common life experience and induvial cysts can develop from a clogged oil gland or burrowed-in bit of dead skin, the development of several large, puss-filled cysts is usually the result of an underlining condition like steatocystoma multiplex. The condition varies in severity and there is some evidence it is genetic. There’s no treatment other than the surgical removal of the cysts, once they become too unsightly and painful. Luckily, this guy is in capable hands.
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