Dr. Pimple Popper Popped ‘Popcorn Butter’ Cysts on a Patient’s Back

By | July 8, 2020
  • Fan favorite Dr. Pimple Popper client Momma Squishy is back in the dermatologist’s latest Instagram video.
  • Momma Squishy has a condition called steatocystoma multiplex where benign, fluid filled cysts form on the skin.
  • When Dr. Pimple Popper pops these tiny cysts, they come out looking like “popcorn butter.”

    In a recent Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper — aka dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee — is back with a famous client that her “popaholic” fans are sure to recognize. Momma Squishy returns in the video, and while the clip is a small sampling of existing pops, it’s just as buttery and satisfying as ever.

    For those who aren’t as familiar with the client nicknamed Momma Squishy, she has a condition know as steatocystoma multiplex. With this skin disorder, multiple non-cancerous cysts form on the skin and contain an oil-like fluid. The condition is rare, but Momma Squishy is one of the few who have it, and Dr. Pimple Popper takes care of all her popping needs.

    In the video, Dr. Lee has several cysts to pop. Using a small scalpel, she makes openings over the tops of the tiny cysts, and immediately, many begin to ooze fluid before she’s even had a chance to pop them. The last one, however, is arguably the best. Dr. Lee makes her incision and yellow, buttery contents spill forth like the butter dispenser at a movie theater.

    If you want to see Dr. Pimple Popper pop “movie popcorn” cysts, check out her latest Instagram video below.

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