- In her latest Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper removes a cyst from a patient’s earlobe.
- Deceptively small-looking, this cyst is actually filled with tons of greenish-gray pus that the dermatologist squeezes out with her hands.
- According to the patient, the bump has been there for years and he’s never tried to squeeze it (woah).
Nothing says goooood morning like a good, ole gooey cyst pop (and a cup of coffee, of course). So take a swig of your brew and get ready to be awakened by Dr. Pimple Popper’s latest video because, guys, this one will definitely make your eyes, err, pop.
In her recent masterpiece, dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, gets to work on a bump on a man’s ear lobe that has been there “for years” but has never been squeezed (talk about self-restraint!).
TBH, it doesn’t look too big and juicy from the opening scenes. But Dr. Pimple Popper did post this video on April Fools, which can only mean one thing when it comes to Dr. P’s content: she’s going to make you g a s p.
Happy April Fool’s Day #popaholics! Enjoy this little squirt 💦and it’s musical talent 🎶💥 #cyst #trololol #drpimplepopper
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Dr. Pimple Popper continues to work on the man’s ear lobe, using her fingers and tools (all of the devices!) to try to determine what lies beneath the surface of this “fleshy” situation. She thinks there’s some fluid but, to her surprise, nothing but a little bit of blood.
As her helper (all you see are are gloved hands) cleans up the area with some gauze, you can hear Dr. P in the background say, “maybe we can get it out whole. They’re fun when we can get them out whole!” Oh, the simple things in life.
Dr. Pimple Popper then returns to the lobe cyst and further opens the incision, which makes the bump look like, in Dr. P’s words, “a cute little eyeball or a mouth or something like that.”
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Just a little bit of prodding here and out squirts a tiny bit of pus, which is seriously hard to see during the first, second, or even third time watching the video but, let’s be real, Dr. P could spot a peep of pus from a mile away. So the derm places her tools aside and brings her fingers to the lobe. A little bit of pressure and…
Wait, is someone singing?! Wait, is that stuff gray?!
Yes and yes!
To the tune of a hilarious song (honestly, sounds like a grandpa singing after a couple of drinks at a family dinner), Dr. Pimple Popper squeezes out a seemingly never ending ribbon of a thick, greenish-gray substance that piles on top of her pressing fingers. And then she replays it.
But this time, the footage is up close and personal with the cyst’s pop—so much so that you can literally see the bubble-looking formation pour out more and more pus as Dr. P presses down. Soon enough though, there is such a build up of this green-gray gunk that you can no longer see where it’s coming from and you’re left with this just, well, lovely image that you’ll never unsee.
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