• In a recent Instagram video, dr. Pimple Popper a big blackhead she compares to a chocolate chip.
• Dr. Lee uses her punching tool to make the extraction smoother.
• Blackheads occur when dead skin cells on the surface of the skin oxidize and become dark.
In her last Instagram post, Dr. Pimple Popper – aka Dermatologist and TLC Moderator Sandra Lee – a patient pulling a very large blackhead out of his neck. As she puts it more artistically in the headline of the post: "This cute little blackhead looks like a chocolate chip in the neck."
Punching tool to create a clean opening for extracting the cyst. (In the meantime, much to the dismay of the contributors' commentators, the patient casually admits that he has never heard of blackheads.)
Dr. Lee could have said that blackheads form on the surface of the skin when oiling, and dead skin cells are trapped. While most people think they are dirt because of their color, they actually look like this because of their exposure to the air, which forces the melanin inside to be oxidized, MedicalNewsToday said. Thankfully, blackheads are relatively easy to treat with a variety of simple, dermatologist-approved over-the-counter treatments. Try, however, the temptation of Dr. med. Not following Lee by squeezing them ̵
The third season of Dr. Ing. Pimple Popper is currently airing on Thursday night in 9/8 format.