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- In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper a series of blackheads that are connected in small tunnels under the skin.
- The main pop in this video is a stubborn, expanded pore from Winer that branches into tiny, soft pops.
- An enlarged pore from Winer is a large blackhead that is compressed into a single enlarged pore.
In a new Instagram In a video, Dr. Pimple Popper – also known as a dermatologist and TLC moderator Dr. Sandra Lee – a series of blackheads that are connected in small tunnels under the skin. And these are some ooey gooey pops.
The main pop in this video is a persistent, expanded pore from Winer that branches into tiny soft pops. In the clip, Dr. Lee made an incision in Winer's expanded pore to give the compressed contents an escape. Then she presses the big blackhead with a comedone extractor and squeezes out its sticky content.
"You are somehow borrowed there," says Dr. Lee the patient as he struggles with growth.
After that Dr. Lee goes to different areas of the skin to burst the other superficial soft pops. Interestingly, Dr. Lee in the video that these skin problems are actually all under the skin. She adds that the fistulas or connections between the hollow blackheads are a result of skin trauma due to childhood acne.
An enlarged pore from Winer is essentially a large blackhead that is compressed into a single enlarged pore surrounded by normal skin. This means that the large crater left by the main extraction in this video is actually a single pore that was extracted from the content it contained.
Check out the sticky pop below: