Today I’m going to show you how to create a special-effects, poppable, blister. You can also use this technique to create large acne zits, and you can also tint the pus gel with food colouring if you want. How about some blue and green tinted pus gel for a prank?
Dr Pimple Popper, aka Sandra Lee, is famous for her pimple-popping videos
The unnamed man has a sebaceous cyst between his nose and left eye
It gets cut into it and yellow-white goo starts to pour out from the opening
For those with the strongest stomachs, Dr Pimple Popper is back in action.
This time she can be seen squeezing out a huge cyst from the corner of someone’s eye in possibly her most repulsive video yet.
With the large, unsightly lump between his nose and his left eye growing bigger and wrecking his social life – the nervous man has decided to go under the knife.
The revolting footage, originally posted on her YouTube channel, begins with the skin between the patient’s right eye and nose already sliced open, and the softly spoken dermatologist, seeking to reassure him.
The sebaceous or epidermoid cyst is a benign growth commonly found in the skin and typically appears on the face or neck.
But to make things trickier it emerges that previous, botched operations have allowed the cyst to grow back – with the area even more inflamed.
‘I’m sorry this is in such a tough area,’ Dr Sandra Lee says, as she widens the cut above the eye with a small surgical hook and a pair of scissors.
‘Don’t hold your breath – breathe! That’s the most important thing for us.’
The patient indicates lack of breath isn’t going to be a problem. ‘I free dive,’ he mumbles.
Dr Pimple Popper covers his eye with a pad ‘in case it squeezes out’.
‘I see it – it’s right there but it’s stuck to it. It’s not open,’ she says.