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IN OMG! ON 16 Dec, 2015
What if you were a dermatologist, and you wanted to promote your business to many people immediately? What would be the most effective way of showing that you are good when it comes to taking care of the skin of other people?
Well, here is one dermatologist who decided that she could have instant publicity and immediate customers if she utilized the power of the internet, specifically by utilizing YouTube. Check the story below, but I'm warning you, it's very graphic. Hope you're not eating anything right now.
This is Sandra Lee, your not-so-ordinary dermatologist who began upload videos of squeezing spots back in 2014. Currently, all of her videos have now been seen 6 million times. That's right, there seems to be an audience for this kind of disgusting thing.
While the videos are indeed sometimes unbearable to watch, especially if you aren't a fan of blackheads and pimples being popped out, Dr. Sandra Lee believes that her videos help promote the importance of taking care of the skin. And that might be true.
In order to further promote her skin care services, Dr. Sandra Lee has actually offered to provide free treatment to people if they first agree to be filmed and put on YouTube eventually.
While most people probably won't watch more than one video of this ever, these videos can be considered as some sort of "pimple porn" the same way some movies are "poverty porn" because they show so much of the bleak life and the slums. Sandra Lee's videos either disgust you or somehow interest you.
Dr. Sandra Lee has been a certified dermatologist and she works at Skin Physicians and Surgeons that is located in Upland, California. Now, her videos aim to prevent people from always picking their skin, since some actually have such a pathologic condition. Instead, they could watch Sandra Lee's videos.
Dr. Sandra Lee showcases both soft pops and hard pops. Soft pops are all about the blackheads and the small cysts which really have no blood involved and are minor procedures. The hard pops involve large cysts and abscesses which get popped out and typically involve surgery.