Watch Dr. Pimple Popper Tackle a Never-Ending Blackhead and a Hardened Whitehead

  • In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper pops a collection of soft pops on a man’s face.
  • One of the growths is partially calcified, which means a build up of calcium has hardened its contents.
  • The soft pops featured in this video are whiteheads and blackheads, which are filled with dead skin and oil.

    In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper—aka dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—pops a collection of soft pops on a man’s face. And it’s certainly satisfying stuff.

    In the clip, Dr. Lee uses a comedone extractor to tackle the soft pops. One blackhead in particular just keeps going and going, producing a ton of gunk out of a single pore on the man’s temple.

    “Yours are good to get out,” Dr. Lee tells the patient of his blackheads. “They’re just waiting!”

    Dr. Lee then moves on to a sizable whitehead on the side of the man’s nose, which the famed derm says is partially calcified. Calcified growths are slightly hardened from excess calcium that builds up inside.

    “Damn, that stuff has been in there since Nixon was in office,” one fan commented on the video.

    In the clip, the patient says he has tried to remove his skin concerns before without success. In response, Dr. Lee shares what should be a timeless dermatologist adage: “It’s harder to torture yourself. It’s easier to have someone torture you.”

    The soft pops featured in this video are whiteheads and blackheads. A blackhead is a single pore filled with dead skin and oil, which forms a black “head” when exposed to air. Whiteheads form when dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria become trapped within a pores.

    Watch the satisfying session below:

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    Katie Dupere is an editor and writer based in New York City.

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