• In a new Instagram video, dr. Sandra Lee – also known as dr. Pimple Popper – a patient with a steatocystoma on his forehead.
• In the title, Lee compares the contents of Steatocystoma with "creamy lemon" custard.
• A steatocystoma is a benign cyst filled with sebum.
What's more fun eating creamy lemon cream or watching Dr. Pimple Popper squeeze it out of a cut in a patient's head?  We like our citrus desserts and all, but we have to choose the latter, to be honest, in a new video released Thursday that dries Dr. Sandra Lee, the dermatologist and TLC star behind Dr. Pimple Popper Account, a gnarled steatocystoma on a patient's forehead In the caption, Lee compares the contents of Steatocystoma with "creamy lemon cream," and to be perfectly honest … she's not wrong.
"I never eat Again, lemon pudding, but great pop, "wrote a commentator.
The video begins with the steatocystoma seeping through a sebum, Lee presses his fingers on it and a milky one comes looking out liquid. She sucks off the cyst until the sac can be pulled out.
What is a steatocystoma?
According to the US National Library of Medicine, a steatocystoma is a non-cancerous cyst filled with sebum, the oily substance that lubricates our skin and hair. That's why steatocystomas tend to look so … buttery. (No, seriously, steatocystomas always look like dairy products.)
Pimple Popper's current steatocystoma video here:
If you're not tired of Dr. Pimple Popper can get the third season of their TLC show premier Thursday night at 9/8 Central!