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Dr. Pimple Popper Celebrates The Weekend By Squeezing A Toothpaste Whitehead And An Enormous Back Blackhead – Womens Health

  • Dr. Sandra Lee, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, shared two poptastic new videos to celebrate the end of the week.
  • In them, she tackles blackheads and whiteheads.
  • While popping a whitehead in a patient’s ear, pus comes out “like toothpaste.”

    Happy Friday, popaholics! Dr. Sandra Lee, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper shared not one but two poptastic new videos to celebrate the end of the week. In them, she tackles blackheads and whiteheads, the most common type of acne on everyone’s face…and back, and chest, and arms, and ears.

    “I’m wearing the wrong size gloves here,” Dr. Lee says at the beginning of the blackhead video, where she pokes around a giant blackhead on her patient’s back. The patient appears to be an older woman who visited the office with her husband, who seems to be no stranger to popping her blackheads.

    “God, talk about a big one!” her husband says.

    “If you don’t get the whole thing out, it will come back again,” the patient says.

    “Exactly, you know what we’re talking about,” Dr. Lee says.

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    In the whitehead video, she pricks a large whitehead on an older man’s ear, but it doesn’t pop right away. Instead, it starts bleeding, which in a subtitle, Dr. Lee says is because the patient takes blood thinners. Then, after she squeezes the whitehead, the pus comes out like toothpaste. “I was ready to take my hunting knife….” the man says,” but I couldn’t see it! Nancy wouldn’t do it…”

    “Oh, she wouldn’t?” Dr. Lee asks. (This man is a longtime patient of hers, and she said they tease each other often.)

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    The big difference between blackheads and whiteheads is actually their appearance. Both blackheads and whiteheads are caused by a buildup of dead skin cells and sebum, otherwise known as oil produced by the sebaceous gland in each cell. When these dead cells and oil build, they form a little plug called a comedo. When the comedo is exposed and the skin is open, it’s a blackhead (it also appears darker). When the skin is closed over the comedo, and it’s just a little bump, it’s a whitehead.

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