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Dr. Pimple Popper -- Massive Cyst Explodes Dark Brown Liquid, Unlike Anything You Have Ever Seen!!

By Mike Walters

Dr. Pimple Popper has popped the biggest and the craziest cysts you have ever seen...but this one may top them all once you see what comes pouring out of this patient's back!!! It is insane!!

Dr. Sandra Lee captioned the new video with a simple, "👉🏻💥👈🏻." She is right, not a lot of explanation is needed for this, you just have to watch!

In the clip, you can see just how huge this blackhead has grown, and even more shocking is the color and size of what comes flying out!!

Take A Look!

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What In The World Is That?!!


To begin, the doctor uses the ol' slice and dice method to cut open the top of the cyst so she can get to its core. If you look closely, you can see that right away, the color of what begins to spill out of this thing is unlike anything we have seen!!

"This is the worst one I've ever seen," one fan wrote. "WHAT THE ULTIMATE EFF!" another added.

This is the question, "What makes some cysts lighter vs darker?" "It has become fossilized which is why it’s black right?

You Have To See This!

Watch The Dark Brown Liquid Explode!


Look at that stuff coming out!!!! -- It's nuts!

Ok, we knew this one was coming..."Anybody else think that looked like 💩??

Honestly, it's not a bad point, we know it's not THAT but what in the world is in this thing!! -- "Was that a cyst or a really bad blackhead? Holy moly it looked like something out of the ocean," one popaholic wrote.

"Wow, that was huge sac and so dark in color." Agreed!

You have to see this video, one response was simply this..."IM NOT OK AFTER THIS ONE."

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Here You Go!!


Dr. Pimple Popper actually explained the color here, saying, "Many people have asked why the internal contents of this cyst as well as the cyst wall are so dark. The complete answer is “I don’t really know”. However, I DO know that I see darker cyst contents in darker-skinned individuals. Although this man’s skin is light in color, he is African American. And this makes sense, since epidermoid cysts contain macerated keratin which is essentially skin cells. Also the wall of the sac is composed of squamous epithelium (like the skin covering our body), and so if this skin is darker in pigment, I wouldn’t be surprised that the cyst wall is dark in color as well. I have seen African American patients with dark cysts and light cysts. However, I have yet to see a Caucasian with a dark cyst, though."

Here You Go!

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