- In her latest Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper removes a steatocystoma.
- As she squeezes, a yellow butter-esque goo oozes out from the small cyst.
- The video teased a longer 16-minute video available on Dr. P's website.
It's all about the slow, buttery pop in the latest video from dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper. The video, shared on her Instagram, shows Dr. P using a scalpel to open up a steatocystomas on a patient's torso and then squeezing to release the yellow goo from inside the cyst.
"A little BUTTER for your POPcorn today!" she captioned the clip. Dr. P then wipes the scalpel on her gloved finger to show off the gunk for the camera, which does look a little like butter. A gross, oozy butter you probably wouldn't want anywhere near your movie theater snacks, tbh.
"These might be my favorite," one commenter wrote on the video.
The short video may not be enough for those die-hard Popaholics. But don't worry, Dr. P has you covered. The clip on her Instagram is part of a 16-minute video that's part of her new steatocystoma series available on her website.
The longer video features several patients, some with more goo than others. These type of cysts often occur during puberty on the chest, armpits, and neck, Lee notes in the video description. While not harmfuland removal is not necessarily medically necessaryshe writes that most people prefer to get rid of these types of steatocystomas anyway.
And, with Dr. P teasing this as the first in a new series, Popaholics can also bet there's probably even more ooey gooey goodness where this came from.