• Season 3 of Pimple Popper premiered on Thursday evening at TLC.
• On Twitter is his star – Dr. Ing. Sandra Lee, MD – shared some photos and videos behind the scenes.
• Take a look at Jennifer's Keloids, Juliet's Steatocysts, and Gerald's finger growth behind the scenes.
Rejoice! Pimple Popper is back! Season 3 of the terrible but strangely addictive show premiered on TLC Thursday night, and viewers saw Dr.
Throughout the one-hour episode, Lee treated a patient named Jennifer with huge keloids on the ears that were affected by piercings, and a patient named Julia with steatocystomas and eruptive vellus hairline cysts on the neck and collarbone. She also met a patient named Gerald with shocking growth on her left middle finger, but she was unable to help him ̵
In the midst of all Twitter fanfares around the premiere of the third season, the star of the series tweeted some own reactions. Lee tweeted the episode live and shared some behind-the-scenes photos of all the bloody and vicious actions.
That's what Jennifer's left ear looked like after Lee removed the keloids. (On this page, Lee had to remove more of the patient's normal ear than she expected, and in the end, a skin graft was made to restore the old form.)
And here's a video of the keloids after Lee removed them. "I think it's important for a patient to record what I'm removing from him (if he wants)," Lee tweeted. "It's like you're reclaiming your body Keloids, you DO NOT OWN me!"
Here Jennifer looks happy after the Keloidentfernung.
And here's a picture of Jennifer's keloids on a scale. They weighed a total of 14 ounces!
After Jennifer, we met Juliet – the patient with steatocystomes and eruptive vellus hair cysts on the neck and collarbone. Here's a picture of a part of the Lee Tallow won from the steatocystoma (which of course Juliet pronounced "Seattle-Tacomas").
In another tweet, Lee shared a microscopic video of the interior of one of Julia's cysts. "SCIENCE IS IS COOL. You can see tiny hairs in these steatocystomes and eruptive vellus hairy cysts," she wrote.
And finally there was Gerald, who had massive growth on his left middle finger. The episode ended without Gerald getting help, but on Twitter Lee provided insight into his condition.
"His healthy nail showed me that this growth is not really invasive, but there are many fine nerves and blood vessels in this area that are really close by," Lee wrote in a photo.
Pimple Popper will air on TLC on Thursday at 9 / 8c.