• In a new Instagram video, dr. Pimple Popper performs an incision and drainage on an ear process.
• Abscesses are curved areas, ie the body has decomposed the contents and softened, in order to finally eject it rupture.
• The video shows pink and purple goose bumps that spurt behind the patient's ear.
A skin abscess is essentially an inflamed cyst – a rotten sack with infected goose bumps the body tries to eject. In her latest Instagram video, dr. Pimple Popper an incision and drainage on a liver-shaped abscess that hides behind the ear of a patient, explaining ̵
The TLC Host Dermatologist Sandra Lee predicts that the soft mass in the cyst will be wet and maybe even spray. When cut with a scalpel, it will not be sprayed (which seems to disappoint), but the cyst releases a barrage of pink and purple, jelly-like mass. Lee needs a few relapses to release all nightmare gelatin from the anesthetized patient.
"I can see that it was a cyst because sometimes the contents collapse when it ignites," says Lee. "It's as if your body has already tried to get rid of it."
Abscesses could be some of the more extreme types of cysts that Dr. Pimple Popper "banged". Unlike cysts, the contents of the body are bent or foreign (though cysts may develop into abscesses) and the skin feels soft and painful. They often burst while the body tries to remove the harmful content, and the patient says it burst three years ago. After breaking up, the abscess may fill up with liquid again and return. No doubt she is relieved that she was dropped by a professional after carrying it around for seven Marvel movies worth of time.