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- In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper pats a patient with a spurting steatocystoma.  While the content of steatocystomes is often compared to butter and oil, a fan said that this pop is reminiscent of shampoo.
- Steatocystomas are small lumps filled with sebum, an oily substance that helps to lubricate hair, skin and nails.
In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper – also known as a dermatologist and TLC moderator Dr. Sandra Lee – a squirting steatocystoma on a patient's shoulder. The growth that oily content oozes is said to be filled with shampoo-like content by some fans. Foaming.
In the clip, Dr. Lee made an incision in the steatocystoma, causing the pressurized contents to flow out like a waterfall. Pop is so satisfying that the famous dermatologist even puts it in slow motion for a good measure. Dr. Lee then goes back to remove the sack wall of growth, which practically guarantees that the growth has finally disappeared.
"That was so good," says one person in the room. "It's splashed out!"
"It definitely deserves slow motion," replies Dr. Lee. And it became one.
Of course, fans quickly compared pop to food. A fan commented: "It looked like hot butter!" While steatocystomas are often compared to butter and oil, another fan said that this is reminiscent of hair care products and commented: "It looks like shampoo!"
Steatocystomas are small, benign lumps filled with sebum, a yellowish one oily substance that helps lubricate hair, skin and nails according to the National Institute of Health.
Take a slow look at the shampoo below: