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Dr. Pimple Popper Popped a Stomach Full of 'Buttery' Cysts

Men's Health logo Men's Health 5 days ago Shea Simmons
  • In an Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper has a stomach full of cysts to pop for her patients.
  • The patient's cysts are called steatocystomas which begin in the sebaceous glands and fill with oily fluid.
  • These cysts look just like melted butter according to the dermatologist.

Dr. Pimple Popper is back with some delicious cyst pops for her "popaholic" fans, and there's more than enough to get your satisfying squeezes for the day. The dermatologist and TLC host whose real name is Dr. Sandra Lee has an entire grouping of tiny, red, and raised cysts to pop along her patient's stomach. According to Dr. Lee, these tiny growths are steatocystomas which are benign and develop within the sebaceous glands filling with an oil-like fluid. It's that fluid that Dr. Lee says looks just like "butter."

The video begins with Dr. Lee examining her patient's stomach which has multiple cysts just below the chest and above the belly button. Fast forward, and it's time to start popping. Dr. Lee makes a tiny incision over the top of the first cyst and then squeezes until yellow contents begin to come out like melted butter from inside a biscuit.

Next, she moves on to more of the growths, but one puts up a fight. As she pops the steatocystoma, a bit of the oily fluid comes free, but she has to go back in with a pair of tweezers and steadily pick out more and more of the insides before she's done.

If you want to watch Dr. Pimple Popper pop 'buttery' stomach cysts, check out her Instagram video below.

Buttery Steatocystomas! 🧈 #drpimplepopper

A post shared by Sandra Lee, MD, FAAD, FAACS (@drpimplepopper) on Jun 28, 2020 at 10:20pm PDT

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