- In a brand new Instagram video, Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—aka Dr. Pimple Popper—offers with a pilar cyst that goes flying out of a affected person’s head.
- It takes a while for Dr. Lee to make the incision large sufficient to get the cyst out.
- When the opening is lastly sufficiently big, Dr. Lee squeezes it—and the pilar cyst goes flying!
Fast! Somebody catch that pop fly!
In a brand new Instagram video posted Monday, Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—dermatologist and host of TLC’s Dr. Pimple Popper—handles a pilar cyst with a very highly effective pop. (In case you want a refresher, a pilar cyst is a benign bump that always varieties on the scalp, based on Healthline.)
For followers who crave that satisfying cyst pop, this video will probably be an excessive tease up till the dramatic climax. The primary couple of instances Lee squeezes the incision on her affected person’s scalp, the opening is not fairly sufficiently big to let the pilar cyst come by.
Lastly, after sufficient scalpel work, the incision is sufficiently big to make means for the cyst—and out it comes! The spherical pilar cyst goes flying out of the affected person’s head, however fortunately, Dr. Lee is ready to get well it and show it within the palm of her hand.
“It got here out like a cork!!” one fan noticed within the feedback.
Watch the flying pilar cyst within the Instagram video under. And in the event you’re into this video, take a look at our roundup of the very best pilar cyst movies on Dr. Pimple Popper’s Instagram.