• Third season premiere of TLCs Pimple Popper Dr. Sandra Lee, MD, treated a patient name Juliet with steatocystoma all over her neck.
• Juliet's former partner used to say that nobody would ever love her with all these bumps.
• Lee is nervous about removing some of the steatocystoma near Julia's nerves, but she successfully stops the procedure.
If you can not get enough of Dr. Pimple Poppers buttery Steatocystoma videos get, then you will soon realize what the premiere of the third season of their TLC show has to offer.
Sandra Lee, MD, with Julia, 51
The bumps affect Julia's ability to live her life comfortably – as in her hair salon, where a child asks her, "What's on your neck?"
"When people notice, I just feel self-confident and the more people ask, the more I go into my shell, I think," says Juliet.
The cruel comments of her ex made her trust problems even worse. In one scene, Julia says to her mother, "My ex always said: You're lucky I'm with you, nobody else would want to be with you." He said that over and over again for several years.
Juliet decides to travel from Washington to California to meet Lee, "When I look at these bumps, I remember terrible times in my life. I hope Dr. Lee can eliminate all those old memories, and it will help me create new ones. "
Diagnosis: Lee recognizes Juliet's bumps as steatocystoma, which are cystic, no-cancer cysts filled with sebum, according to the US National Library of Medicine. (Tallow is the oily material that lubricates our skin and hair.) Lee also notes that Juliet has eruptive hairy Vellus cysts, which are rare growths that are filled with rolled-up hair.
Treatment : Lee is no stranger to steatocystoma, but some of Juliet's worried her because they are near her veins. "I have to be very precise," says Lee.
She cuts at the first impact and its buttery contents ooze out immediately, so satisfying! "They're really pretty," says Lee, and squeezes, "as if you were putting some nice hand soap or moisturizer in your hand." (I must have Lee's passion for it love work!)