Watch Dr. Pimple Popper Squeeze ‘Cream Cheese’ from a Cheek Cyst

By | June 29, 2020
  • In a recent Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper squeezes a cheek cyst that’s been on her patient’s face for three years.
  • As Dr. Pimple Popper pops this cyst, its white, oozy contents pill out like “cream cheese.”
  • According to users on Instagram, this cyst gives them a multitude of apt food comparisons.

    In one of her latest Instagram videos, Dr. Pimple Popper is tasked with squeezing a sizable cheek cyst. While the dermatologist and TLC host — whose real name is Dr. Sandra Lee — doesn’t directly name what kind of cyst this is, it’s just as satisfying as any of her other oozing pops. According to an Instagram user, this cheek cyst’s insides look just like “cream cheese.”

    Dr. Lee begins the video having created an incision over the top of the cyst. As she speaks to her patient, she discovers that the lump — positioned to the side of his mouth, just below his nose — has been growing for a whopping three years. While that may sound gross for non-popaholics, for those who love to see Dr. Lee squeeze puss from these growths, it means they’re in for a treat.

    Hands in gloves, Dr. begins applying pressure to either side of the cyst, and as soon as she begins to squeeze, white ribbons of cyst build-up start curling out of the opening. According to one Instagram user, the contents remind her of the cream cheese stuffed jalapeno she was eating. Meanwhile, others compare the gushing cyst to butter or mascarpone cheese. Regardless of what you think it looks like, though, this is one juicy pop.

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    To see Dr. Pimple Popper pop a “cream cheese” cheek cyst, check out her Instagram video below.

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