Do you have blackheads, whiteheads, or do you experience regular pimple breakouts? First of all, you need to visit a dermatologist immediately to see if you can fix them. When blackheads, pimples, and whiteheads stay in your face for too long, they will be difficult to remove and could be more painful. Not to mention, removing such things from your body are bloody disgusting. Well, some removals do not necessarily spurt out a lot of blood, but simply looking at your body releasing an ugly substance can make you feel squeamish.
Now, this dermatologist is quite famous, or rather, infamous, for showing cyst removals and pimple popping through social media. She posts them online not only for publicity but also for other people to take care of their skin. So, if you are ready to feel disgusted, view the story below. I warned you.
This is the beginning of a horrifying sight to behold. A patient visited Dr. Sandra Lee in her office so that a cyst could be dealt with. Well, the pimple-popping doctor was ready to go and document the whole experience for everyone on YouTube to see.
Specifically, the cyst that was going to be removed from her patient named Erin is called an epidermoid cyst. It was located on the guy's left shoulder, but luckily, Dr. Sandra Lee was willing to help.
To effectively remove the epidermoid cyst, Dr. Sandra Lee utilized a punch biopsy tool that is often used when someone wants to take skin biopsy samples. As you can see, the dermatologist has placed the tool inside, and the cyst is already visible.
Since a hole has already been made thanks to the punch biopsy tool, Dr. Sandra Lee started to apply pressure on each side of the cyst's location to pop it out.
By exerting a little bit of pressure again and again, Dr. Sandra Lee was successfully able to get the pus out. It was a hideous, stomach-churning pillar of pus that was unleashed.
Pimple-popping and cyst removal videos do not normally depict this, but Dr. Sandra Lee was kind enough to display how the sac is removed. You see, a cyst will continue to produce pus unless the sac is extracted, unlike when you remove pimples.
By applying a little bit of pressure through pulls and snippets, Dr. Sandra Lee was able to demonstrate her skills in sac removals. The moment was so fulfilling that the dermatologist told her patient that it was like he had a baby.
After the successful cyst removal, Dr. Sandra Lee did some suturing to close the hole. The patient will have a tiny scar line, but at least now he has fully gotten rid of that massive cyst.
If you want to hear every single bit of the process and if you're brave enough, watch this. Would you be willing to undergo such a process?