• In a quiet clip Dr.-Ing. Pimple Popper extracts the contents of a chewing gum cyst on the chin of a patient.
• Growth appears to be a sebaceous cyst, a particularly fast-growing strain caused by obstruction of the glands that produce oil for the hair and skin.
• Its innards, probably blood and keratin, flow in a succession of yellow, red and pink.
Dr. Pimple Popper was embarrassed today when she published a silent miniature clip in which she spewed out the contents of a gum-sized mass, probably a sebaceous cyst that was under a patient's lip.
As Dr. Moderator Sandra Lee ̵
The video contains little information, but this particular growth looks like a sebaceous cyst, a type caused by damage or obstruction of the ducts of the sebaceous gland, the gland that produces the oil that covers the hair and skin.
One The cysts are not cancerous and usually unsightly and sore and, according to the Mayo Clinic, sometimes grow into blackheads if left untreated. Inside, there is an accumulation of keratin, the same fibrous structural protein that makes hair and fingernails shine.
Lee releases a multicolored mass from the cyst, ranging from pussy yellow to blood red to pi nk enough, hopefully enough to keep the popaholics happy until TGIF time.
Watch the video here: