In a new Instagram video, aka, dermatologist and on a brave patient, both of which contain two very different colors of .

Sebum, according to the National Library of Health, is a which acts as a moisturizer to hair and skin. If you recall that gooey liquid which seeps out of many of Dr. Lees pops, then you already know what steatocystoma contents look like. What you may not know is that this sebum can come in varying colors depending on its exact makeup and a persons skin tone, ranging in hue from yellow to green to gray.

Weve got ALL the today, Dr. Lee captioned the video, adding two collision emojis to symbolize the ever-popular pops and a rainbow emoji.

The first pop in the video is a cyst filled with buttery that oozes in an oddly satisfying eruption after being poked with a scalpel. Yellow is the most common color for sebum, and is what people often think of when it comes to cyst contents.

The second in the rainbow duo is a cyst filled with , which is a common sebum color in patients with black skin, as sebum mixes with dead skin cells to form this particular hue. Dr. Lee jokes that this particular pop will make the St. Patricks Day video, thanks to a greenish tone. All in a day of satisfying extractions.

Watch the video here:

View this post on Instagram Weve got ALL the different colors of Steatocystomas today! #poptherainbow #steatocystoma #drpimplepopper A post shared by Sandra Lee, MD, FAAD, FAACS (@drpimplepopper) on Aug 23, 2019 at 4:16pm PDT

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