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Dr. Pimple Popper Just Squeezed A Bubbly Back Cyst In New Instagram Video – Women’s Health

  • In Dr. Pimple Popper’s latest Instagram video, she helps a patient with a massive cyst on her back.
  • The cyst is so smooth and bulges so far out you can’t miss it.
  • Dr. Pimple Popper slices it open and squeezes the cyst, which she describes as lucky, until it’s totally empty.

    Are you feeling lucky? It doesn’t matter, because the doctor is and has plenty of luck to spare. Dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, may have found a bit of luck hiding away with her patient. In her latest Instagram video, she tackles a cyst dubbed the “luck o’ the Irish” and it truly lives up to its name.

    Dr. Pimple Popper keeps the caption short and sweet: “Back Cyst! 💚 #drpimplepopper” She lets the video do all the talking on this one and gets right to work.

    The dermatologist starts the procedure by outlining the cyst with black marker. That small action somehow makes it appear even larger than before. Then, she slices across the bulbous bump and takes a chunk of skin off. Kudos to you if you’re still watching, it’s just getting juicy, folks.

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    Once Dr. Pimple Popper reaches the cyst below, the contents start oozing out all on their own. Of course, the derm gives them some extra motivation to come streaming out and squeezes the cyst with her fingers. One fan commented, “This is delicious.” She puts the finishing touches on it by plucking pieces of cyst sac out with tweezers.

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    Peep the extended video below to get a load of the entire pot o’ gold lurking under the skin:

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    It’s satisfying from start to finish. That cyst stored up enough luck to share with all the Popaholics.

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