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- In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pops Pimple Popper a massive cyst in the middle of a patient's forehead.
- Some imaginative fans have said the content of the cyst looks like "apple sauce".
- The cyst is probably an epidermoid cyst that contains moist, dead skin cells and keratin.
In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper – also known as a dermatologist and TLC moderator Dr. Sandra Lee, MD – bursts a massive cyst in the center of a patient's forehead. This unique growth looks seriously like a unicorn horn – and it is filled with a bit of mushy "apple sauce".
In the clip, Dr. Lee made an incision in the unicorn-like cyst. Then she squeezes the nubby growth and squeezes a stream of textured, cream-colored goop. A fan commented that the content of the cyst looks like "apple sauce".
Dr. Lee then goes back to apply further pressure and empties even more of the massive growth. After it's done, you can see the patient's stretch skin appear like a deflated balloon on his head.
"I bet he's glad it's gone," said a fan of the video. Another added, "Do you mind? I eat!" This is definitely not a snack time.
The cyst shown in this video is probably an epidermoid cyst. This type of cyst usually contains an accumulation of damp, dead skin cells and keratin. Epidermoid cysts are common on the face, neck, and body. And apparently they can sometimes grow in the middle of a person's forehead.
Check out the majestic apple sauce: