Dr. Sandra Lee, the dermatologist, known as “Dr. Pimple Popper,” is known for her method of cyst popping epidermoids. These cysts contain keratin and are located within a thin sac. Most do not require removal, but some people choose to have them removed for aesthetic reasons. Which is the best method for you? Read on to learn more. And if you still have concerns, you can always watch a DIY video on the subject.

Dr. Pimple Popper

I recently watched a video by a board-certified dermatologist named Dr. Pimple Popper. In the video, Dr. Lee squeezes a milia cyst from her patient’s ear. In one of his body exams, Dr. Lee noticed a fascinating pop under the patient’s skin: an epidermoid cyst. This type of cyst is soft and made of dead skin cells.

The blackhead video was disgusting, but watching the doctor squeeze it out of her skin was cathartic. The semi-solid and fluid-like substance poured out in a seemingly endless stream. One patient was so surprised that she almost hopped out of her chair. She frantically fumbled for her glasses. A caption on her Instagram account read: “#drpimplepopper.”

One patient had multiple dilated pores in her winer, similar to regular blackheads. She recalled that she had tried several different methods and had only succeeded in extracting a few. She had to use an extra-large extractor. Dr. Pimple Popper had to go in and out multiple times to drain the pore during the process.

Unlike other cyst poppers, Dr. Pimple Popper has encountered much messier cases. After removing her cyst two years ago, the doctor avoided the mess by wearing protective gear. She started leaking clear fluid after the first incision. As soon as she saw the swelling of the cyst, Dr. Pimple Popper popped it, and the whole thing exploded.

I’ve removed blackheads and cysts with Dr. Pimple Popper. It’s an excellent product for removing “invisible” blackheads. I’ve even been able to use it to remove blackheads and whiteheads. I’m glad I had an option. And if Dr. Pimple Popper can help you remove these blackheads, it can be a good choice.

DIY videos

Do-it-yourself videos about popping cysts are viral these days and for a good reason. YouTubers often rival dermatologists’ results, and there are many reasons people self-extract. Whether it’s because of embarrassment or lack of confidence, watching a video by a professional helps you get the results you’ve been looking for. The first thing to know is that cysts can quickly return if you don’t get them out.

One such video is by Dr. Pimple Popper. The show, which stars Dr. Sandra Lee, shows viewers how to pop blackheads, whiteheads, and lipomas. While many people assume that popping a cyst is not a medical procedure, it is possible to follow his method to a T.V. audience. The video is available on the TLC website. However, it’s best to consult a dermatologist before popping a cyst on your own.

Another popular DIY video for cyst popping is “Do It Yourself, Pimple Popper.” This channel, owned by a Taiwanese spa, has more than 5.2 million views. Watchers of this channel can learn to pop blackheads and pimples using tweezers and a small incision. The resulting scars are apparent, and the process takes just three minutes.

There are several reasons why some people might prefer watching pimple-popping videos. The first reason is that it’s more effective for some people. While dermatologists don’t enjoy popping, some people might like watching videos by amateurs who don’t have the time to go to a doctor. Some people find the procedure very enjoyable, and many DIY videos have millions of views. Dr. Pimple Popper Sandra Lee is among these people who have over two million followers on YouTube and Instagram.

Professional videos

If you want to try out home cyst popping, you’ve come to the right place. Several YouTube videos are available that are guaranteed to make popping a cyst easy and painless. Many of them feature professional dermatologists, and they can guide you through the process step-by-step. Most of them also feature some entertaining backstories, which may help make them even more attractive to the mass audience. But what about the ones that don’t contain professional dermatologists?

While many people have tried their hand at pimple popping on their own, dermatologists recommend against it. You risk breaking the skin, and you also risk introducing infection into the cyst. And most of us lack the proper equipment and technique for a reliable excision at home. To avoid making the situation worse, you should always resist the urge to pop pimples. While cyst popping is a natural way to get rid of them, you should also keep your skin clean to prevent new ones.

Some dermatologists are more than happy to share their techniques with you. One such dermatologist is Dr. Pimple Popper. Her pimple-popping videos have gained so much popularity that she even has her show on TLC. Watch her YouTube channel for a quick tutorial. The best part is that she posts videos of herself using a needle to extract fluid from zits gently. And because she’s a dermatologist, her videos often earn hundreds of thousands of views!

Most home cyst popping videos fail to work, and there’s no guarantee that they’ll remove your cysts. You can’t squeeze a cyst without causing damage to the skin and putting yourself in danger of recurrence. And cysts are pockets in the skin lining up with cells. Your skin continues to produce new cells after the cyst is removed. However, it is a simple process that should only take 30 minutes or less.