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Dr. Pimple Popper extracted a giant blackhead from a patient’s forehead

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  • Dr. Sandra Lee – known as Dr. Pimple Popper – jumped a giant blackhead on her YouTube channel.

  • Her patient had an enlarged pore of Winer, better known as a large black or white head.

  • “It’s amazing what we grow,” she said to her patient as she squeezed tallow out of the dilated pore.

On her YouTube channel, Dr. Pimple Popper recently sprang an enlarged pore of Winer at a patient’s temple while talking about books.

According to Dr. Sandra Lee, better known as “Dr. Pimple Popper,” enlarged pores in the winer are large blackheads that get stuck in the openings of the pores. This can lead to an accumulation of sebum, oil and dirt behind the blackhead.

“It’s incredible what we grow,” she told the patient as she squeezed sebum out of the dilated pore.

In the video, Lee began squeezing the dirt and oil out of the opening after numbing the area. After squeezing out as much as she could, Lee used a tool to scrape extra sebum out of the dilated pore that she could not get out by pressing down.

Typically, large enlarged pores in the Winer leave a sac beneath the surface of the skin that contains excess dirt and oil. Lee used a scalpel to open the pore and cut the sack completely out.

According to Cleveland Clinic, getting rid of the entire blackhead – including the sac – ensures that the pimple does not grow back.

After she finished cleaning the sebum from the pore, Lee sewed up his patient and sent him on his way.

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