- In a new YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper in the hands of a cyst filled with semolina.
- In the clip, Dr. Lee surgically punched the deeply embedded cyst and then used her fingers
- The cyst is probably an epidermoid cyst that contains an accumulation of damp, dead skin cells and keratin.
This is not your average Mediterranean comfort food. In a new YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper – also known as a dermatologist and TLC moderator Dr. Sandra Lee, MD – a cyst filled with semolina in her hands. And it's really impressive pop.
In the clip, Dr. Lee surgically strikes to reach the deeply embedded cyst, then presses the growth with her fingers. A tubular spiral with cyst contents snakes out and looks like creamy grains. After the cyst is completely empty, Dr. Lee back to remove the wall of the cyst bag, which guarantees that the festering growth does not return.
"Oh, gross!" says the patient when Dr. Lee shows him the sac wall of the cyst. The reaction is justified because what was dug out of the patient's skin is really massive.
"This sack was huge!" One fan commented and several others shared similar feelings.
In the comments of such clips, some fans dislike the type of tool used and claim it looks too hard on the skin. In the comments of an earlier video, Dr. Lee explains why she sometimes uses this punch-like tool to remove.
"If it is smaller and deeper under the skin, I use the stamp," she writes. “I use the scalpel for bigger pops. Ultimately, I want to make sure that I can make the cleanest seam and the smallest, if any, scar for that area. “
The cyst is probably an epidermoid cyst that contains a cluster of wet dead skin cells and keratin. This type of cyst can appear on the face, neck, and body.
Check out this creamy and chunky pop below: