A Huge Pilar Cyst Just Exploded All Over Dr. Pimple Popper

  • In her newest Instagram and YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper popped three large pilar cysts on a woman’s scalp.
  • One of the pilar cysts exploded on Dr. Pimple Popper’s splash guard and gloves.
  • Pilar cysts are commonly found on the scalp and are filled with keratin.

Another day, means another pilar cyst for Dr. Pimple Popper to work her magic on.

In her newest Instagram video (that actually leads you to a longer YouTube video), Dr. Pimple Popper goes after not one or two, but three pilar cysts on a woman’s head. And uh, things get a little messier than expected.

The Instagram video comes with the caption, “This #pilarcyst is proving that no one is safe from a POP,” which is basically code for “get ready to be super grossed out.”

This #pilarcyst is proving that no one is safe from a 💥POP💥😳Head over to #youtube to see Twin Peak Pilar Cysts.. Plus 1! #surprise #drpimplepopper

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But the YouTube video (aptly titled “Twin Peak Pilar Cysts Plus 1”) is where the real magic happens. Dr. Pimple Popper starts out by slicing down the middle of one of the woman’s pilar cysts (which, btw, are most commonly found on the scalp and are filled with keratin).

Apparently, the woman has had a few pilar cysts before this—and hasn’t had great experiences with them. “I think the other doctor cut around them and one took two years to fully heal,” said Dr. Pimple Popper. Yikes.

The woman is also wearing headphones during the procedure, likely to drown out any uncomfortable noises, per Dr. Pimple Popper.

The first cyst comes out pretty easily. “It was like a little buffalo mozzarella,” said Dr. Pimple Popper. And after she stitches up that hole, the doctor moves on to the other two cysts—and she’s definitely got her work cut out for her.

“This one feels a little bit like it’s softer,” said Dr. Pimple Popper as she inspected the second pilar cyst. As soon as she cut it open and began to press on it, the cyst started oozing—so clearly, Dr. Pimple Popper was right.

But the third cyst was the video’s grand finale. Everything starts out pretty standard: Dr. Pimple Popper creates an incision on top of the cyst and begins to push it out. But when she’s almost halfway done, the cyst explodes all over Dr. Pimple Popper’s splash guard and gloves.

“What is pimple popping without having a real pop?” Dr. Pimple Popper said, clearly unfazed. “That’s where you get the sound effects from.” (Yes, if you listen to the video with the sound on, you will hear a very distinct pop.)

But after that surprise, it’s business as usual. Dr. Pimple Popper stitches her patient up and sends her on her way. Not all heroes wear capes, you know?

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