Dr. Pimple Popper has to squeeze some of those hard to get places, like behind your ear, but this massive whitehead is the size of a whole earlobe!
This massive pimple is hard enough, the doctor is forced to slice it open before putting the squeeze on…”Don’t ever let them tell you you’re less than one in an ear milia!” Dr. Sandra Lee captioned the new video.
Watch the clip…and we guarantee you will staring cleaning your ears better.
“Wait isn’t milia those hard growths under the skin or am I mistaken??” someone asked.
What is a Milia you ask?
According to Healthline, “A milium cyst is a small, white bump that typically appears on the nose and cheeks. These cysts are often found in groups. Multiple cysts are called milia. Milia occur when keratin becomes trapped beneath the surface of the skin. Keratin is a strong protein that’s typically found in skin tissues, hair, and nail cells.”
So it’s just a huge whitehead! “Not sure why but behind the ears are the best,” one fan said. We agree!
The popaholics are giving their best comparisons as always, and few we have to agree with…”That looked like a little tulip!” one person commented.
Fans of the show are talking about the location…we are get it there! “I get these behind my ears all the time! I wish I was able to get them out myself lol but of course, you can’t see behind your ear!” a fan said.
“I 1000% have had one of these for years and can’t pop it!” another added.
“I had a pimple behind my ear once and I popped so much stuff exploded out of it one of the best pops I ever had.”
Dr. Pimple Popper has to dig deep on this one and when it finally pops…what comes out is totally shocking!
“They say not to stick your neck into people’s business… you never know what you may find,” Dr. Sandra Lee captioned video.
In the video, at first, the mass looks like a bunch of popcorn popping out of the neck…but then it gets crazy. “No one ever said anything about sticking your business in people’s necks though,” one fan said.
So, the popaholics are calling this one like they see it…but the comparisons take a sharp left turn once the whole thing is out.
“It’s like a mushy garlic clove,” a fan commented. Another added, “chewed up strawberry bubble gum.”
But, once it was out the questioned popped up “Ok, is this like, a twin?” You mean like a twin, twin? Yes, they do…”Because I’m still waiting for the one where I see you take a twin out,” someone added.
We don’t think that’s exactly what this is…but it sure does look like it!