- In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper bursts a series of buried, soft pops that look like artisan glue-like goose bumps.
- In the clip, Dr. Lee used a comedone extractor to extract coils with white, chunky contents.
- The gains shown in this video are probably blackheads and whiteheads, which are the most common types of soft pops.
It's time for grotesque handicrafts. In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper – also known as a dermatologist and TLC moderator Dr. Sandra Lee – a series of buried soft pops on a patient's face. And these growths seep away with artisan glue.
In the clip, Dr. Lee with a comedone extractor on the barely visible growths and pushes out spools with white, chunky content. But more growths are buried beneath the surface than Dr. Lee had originally recognized.
“Look at this. They just show up everywhere, ”says Dr. Lee the patient in the clip. "You don't even see them! They are hidden."
The skin problems are most likely the result of childhood acne, says Dr. Lee to the patient.
"It looks like Elmer’s old school glue," commented one fan. Another fan commented, "Mmmm Top Ramen!" What healthy ideas!
The pops shown in this video are probably tiny blackheads and whiteheads. A blackhead is a single pore that is filled with dead skin and oil and forms a black "head" in the air. The white part of a blackhead that you see in this video is actually the same material as the black cap. Only this material was not oxidized to produce a black color. Whiteheads, on the other hand, form when dead skin cells, oil and bacteria are trapped in the pores.
Check out the sticky, sticky pops below: