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Dr. Pimple Popper gives video of the green cyst for St. Patrick's Day



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  • Dr. Sandra Lee (aka Dr. Pimple Popper) just shared a new video on Cyst-Popping on Instagram.
  • The video, in honor of St. Patrick's Day, shows the cyst that eventually releases green mucus.
  • Dr. The eponymous reality show by Pimple Popper had completed its second season last week.

    Dr. Pimple Popper, including Sandra Lee, MD, can make even the coarsest videos funny. And she even found a way to incorporate this weekend's holiday into her latest post.

    In it, the dermatologist shared a video in which she herself cut into a cyst, which is pretty standard for her. "Who is looking forward to THIS WEEKEND?!", She wrote before the hashtag of #stpatricksday.

    It all seems to be random, right? That's … until you remember that it's about body fluids. (Attention: Maybe you will not look at this while you are eating.)

    Dr. Pimple Popper does not provide much information about which part of her body she cuts, but she makes a lip-shaped incision in the area. It starts to bleed and it wipes off the excess blood – and then things take a … festive turn.

    Dr. Pimple Popper pushes the area around the incision and dense, greenish dope starts to leak out. (Do you get it, St. Patrick's Day?) She has not stopped there. The doctor wiped the jerk off and started squeezing again – and a lot more unpleasant things came out. And then she did it again . Finally (merciful!) She sutured the patient. Whew

    Dr. Pimple Popper's reality show has just ended in season two, but she was clearly busy doing what she does best: on Monday she shared a video with herself as she did one Cyst popped, splashing brown goo on her clothes. And a few days earlier, she shared a video of herself working on a baseball-sized growth (for her season finale), which has been roasted for 10 darn years.

    Can we talk to Dr. Thank you for something? the ability to do this stuff … and not losing your lunch altogether?


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