Dr Pimple Popper
Are you suffering from an unnatural blackhead? Allow dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, to take charge of the problem. Dr. Pimple Popper is the internet’s most popular blackhead queen. She’s dealt with everything from a huge large, and gnarly blackhead on the back to an entire set of sweet blackheads on the neck of a patient.
In the latest YouTube video,” Dr. Pimple Popper is taking to a secret “blackhead paradise.” “Come(done) on over to blackhead paradise!” she wrote in the caption of the video. “My patient came in with a back blackhead that was ready to be extracted.”
The video, running for 15 minutes, will show Dr. Pimple Popper using her trusted comedone extractor to extract the blackheads after each one. Little ones, big ones thick ones, you name it and it’s Dr. P is popping it:
The back of this patient is packed with blackheads. Whatever your favorite food-related illustration of the Dr. Pimple Popper’s old videos is, there’s certainly the presence of a blackhead that is in line with the description. (Fettuccini? Ice cream? Caviar? Pick your preferred!)
Dr. Pimple Popper even posted an unconfirmed glimpse at her video via her Instagram. “Your Pop is mine”Comedone. I tried,” …,” to add a caption.” caption.
Popaholics who commented on the video could not be satisfied with these super enjoyable pops. “I really wish the video would’ve been longer. I can watch this stuff for hours,” one person wrote. Someone else wrote “Hooray for blackheads galore”
Others loved hearing Dr. Pimple Popper’s comments while she worked. “You got some good ones in here!” she informs her patient. “I told you!” He responds.
“I enjoy your blackhead video and the way you talk to your customers !!!” One viewer wrote. It’s a blast for a listen.
If you’re interested in blackheads generally the doctor. P has you covered. She explains all the details in her video’s descriptions: “Blackheads are something we are all familiar with, but did you know they are also called open comedones?” she wrote.
“Blackheads are usually caused by a pore that gets clogged with keratin (skin protein) and sebum (oil). Given the black color, many believe these spots are clogged with dirt, but really it’s the exposure to air that oxidizes the clogged pore and turns it black. Don’t worry though, most blackheads can be extracted with a trusty comedones extractor!” Did you know?