- In a new video, Dr. Pimple Popper presents a cyst, split with an incision, and gives it a good squeeze.
- A stream of white goo rushes out of the plum-sized bump, which was probably a sebaceous cyst.
- Dr. Pimple Popper solicited ideas for a “bedtime playlist” on her paid channel, but fans were more vocal about the unnerving reserve effect she added to the end of this video.
In a new Instagram video, Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—aka Dr. Pimple Popper—tackles what looks like sebaceous cyst on an indeterminable place on a patient’s body. Split with an incision and ready for a squeeze, the bulbous bump erupts in a stream of white goo under the pressure of Dr. Lee’s massaging.
The video then goes into reverse, showing the frosting-white contents filing back into the cyst and (seemingly) re-inflating it. Look at Dr. Pimple Popper, going all high-tech!
“Snow White may not have eaten this ‘apple’, but this cystacular cyst surely would have put her to sleep!” Dr. Lee wrote in the caption of the video. “Comment what videos I should add to the Dr. Pimple Popper ALL ACCESS bedtime playlist.”
The cyst, probably the product of a clogged oil-producing gland, looks more plum or peach-sized to this experienced Dr. Pimple Popper viewer.
Commenters were less concerned about what should go into the cycle of videos on Dr. Pimple Popper’s pay channel that will lull them to sleep (which will apparently be a thing), and were more critical that the reverse footage interfered with the visceral satisfaction of seeing a pop.
“Don’t love that,” wrote one. “Only like seeing it come out.”
“OMG,” chimed in another. “please don’t do that anymore! Making it look like it’s going back in made me literally sick to my stomach.” She plastered the comment with shock and sick-face emojis.
Watch the video here, and see how you feel about the fancy editing: