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- In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper is a small lipoma that her patient has had for years.
- The tiny lipoma resembles a lima bean – or a killer bait by these fishermen.
- A lipoma is a fat-free, non-cancerous growth that develops between the skin and muscle.
It's time to kiss this Lima bean goodbye. In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper – also known as a dermatologist and TLC moderator Dr. Sandra Lee – a small lipoma that her patient has had for years. And the butter bean-like growth is almost guaranteed to be the smallest lipoma you have ever seen.
At the beginning of the clip, Dr. Lee admits that she can't actually see what the growth looks like, but only finds out if she cuts herself.
“I think it is a lipoma. I see it right there, ”she says in the clip when the process begins. "It'll be cute, I think."
Dr. Lee then squeezes the "sweet" growth and displaces the smallest lipoma you have ever seen. The resulting growth looks almost exactly like a single lima bean – or a top-notch bait.
"You know, you're a fisherman. I'm not going to give this to you," Dr. Lee says to the patient, teasing him as she cuts out the growth.
The patient replies, "I wanted to say it could be a bait! "" You could use it to catch something beautiful! "Dr. Lee tells the man.
This is certainly not your average bait. A lipoma is a fatty, non-cancerous growth that occurs between the skin and developed muscle and is usually yellowish orange in color.
Check out the Butter Bean Pop in the following clip: