• Acne Vulgaris and Extracting large Whiteheads – Part 1
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    Acne Vulgaris and Extracting large Whiteheads – Part 1

    Dr. Lee: Just going to put a little nick there Dr. Lee: You’re tough, I already know you’re tough, because I know some of those you must feel a little bit. Patient: Dr. Lee: So I am just going to squeeze on them Dr. Lee: Pushing against you. Dr. Lee: Good Dr. Lee: Right, if you need a break, you just tell me, ok? Patient: Dr. Lee: How long have you been on Accutane so far? Patient: I just finished my fourth month. Dr. Lee: So it is really starting to work now. Patient: It is, yeah Dr. Lee: You don’t have any breakouts right now, just those underneath cysts.…

  • Pimple Popping Challenge ft. Dr. Pimple Popper
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    Pimple Popping Challenge ft. Dr. Pimple Popper

    Today we pop each other’s pimples. Let’s talk about that.( music playing )Good mythical morning. Many times when I’m bedding down for the night I’ll lean over and look at Christy’s phone. Mm-hm. To see what she’s looking at… – Right. – before I doze off. And many times I’ll look over there and I’ll be like, “Oh, gosh! What is that?” And it’s videos of– close up videos I’m talking about, – of pimples being popped. – Un-uh. From an account called, “Doctor Pimple Popper.” Maybe you’ve heard of it. They are horrible…ly addictive. – For some reason. – She watches them all the time and, uh, there’s ones–…

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    What’s the Deal with Acne?

    Hate to break it to you teenagers, but acne can last well into your 40s. While there’s no cure to make them instantly go away, we have a few tips to help minimize the amount of pimples that pop up. When it comes to acne there’s three main players: bacteria, oil, and skin. P. acnes is the bacteria most commonly blamed for causing acne. It lurks deep within our hair follicles and pores, even when we don’t have a breakout. Now sebum is the oil that limits the amount of water that gets in and out of our skin. It’s produced in the sebaceous gland that lives inside hair follicles…

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    Siblings With Matching Skin Conditions | Dr. Pimple Popper

    Jesse and Nelda have skin conditions that they’re both wrestling with. And the fact that they’re related can narrow down the possibilities of what this can be, because a lot of skin conditions can sort of run in families. So if you squeeze really hard, will something squeeze out of a lot of these? On some, yes. I have some ideas of what Jesse’s condition may be, but I can’t get past the fact that he has such a severe breakout on the back of his neck. That’s pretty rare. This actually looks pretty calm right now. I bet you can get angrier. And it looks pretty pink, and not…

  • Removing a Lump from Kevin’s Hip | Dr. Pimple Popper
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    Removing a Lump from Kevin’s Hip | Dr. Pimple Popper

    [MUSIC PLAYING] OK. Let’s see if this is what I think it is. I think it’s a lipoma, but you never know. Kevin is here. He has a pretty big bump on his hip. I really think it’s a lipoma, which is benign. But I think that he’s a perfect example of somebody who has a benign growth that really affects his life. He stopped working out. It affects his work, and it clearly affects him emotionally. And it’s a lipoma. Now I’m just going to woman handle it. [MUSIC PLAYING] Oh! Weird? Yeah, weird. Am I hurting you? No, I mean– yeah. You know what that feels like? You’ll…

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    [GRAPHIC] Dr. Lee Removes Leonard’s “Chip” | Dr. Pimple Popper

    DR. LEE: Make sure I’m never hurting you, OK? Nothing’s ever sharp or uncomfortable. Leonard is here. He’s got this huge bump on his arm. I know he’s really terrified. He could run out at any minute. I feel like I have to move pretty quickly with him, but also make sure his nerves are calm. It’s going to be an interesting approach that I have here, I think, because I have to remove all that damaged skin and pull out this growth, but still leave him with a nice scar. I’m going to use my finger to move around here, and that’s because that’s very safe. It’s blunt resection.…

  • Leonard Has a “Chip on His Shoulder” | Dr. Pimple Popper
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    Leonard Has a “Chip on His Shoulder” | Dr. Pimple Popper

    – Hi. Hi. How are you? I’m Sandra, Dr. Lee. Nice to meet you guys. I’m going to have a seat here. Is that OK? Yeah. Yeah. Is there a reason why you’re wearing a mask? OK. And one of them’s being around sick people. Yes, we have people here, maybe, that can be sick, but usually they don’t have the flu or something that’s contagious, per se. OK. What are you here for? For my chip on my shoulder. So how long have you had this chip, Mr. Chip? Going on 11 years. 11 years. OK. Does it cause you pain or anything? Constant pain. DR. LEE: Have you…

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    Grapefruit-sized Growth, Part 1: The Punch

    ENGLISH He actually saw someone else who had this procedure you know so (unintelligible) Dr. Lee – Have you ever seen anybody for this? Patient – No. Dr. Lee – No? Dr. Lee – Have you ever seen anybody for this? Patient – No. Dr. Lee – No? Dr. Lee – Because it’s something that you know um (put on mute) Dr. Lee – It started very little and then just right in the middle of it and then it just started growing and growing huh? It’s pretty firm. I don’t if it’s a lipoma or a cyst. And I feel a little depression right here. So what I think…