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Dr. Pimple Popper -- Watch This Face Cyst EXPLODE Like A Tube Of 'Toothpaste!!'

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By Mike Walters

Dr. Pimple Popper wants you to remember her show every time you wake up in the morning and brush your teeth! -- and after you watch this video you will never forget it!

"Need some toothpaste? Watch the clip to see why I’m asking! 😂" Dr. Sandra Lee captioned the new pimple pop video on Instagram. And...you know exactly why!!

In the video, she names this pop "Hairy, the cheeky cyst" -- as you can imagine, this bad boy is on a cheek and includes one stubborn facial hair!

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Just Give It A Squeeze!!

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In the video, Dr. Lee slices open the top of the skin after she outlines with her black marker exactly where she is going to make the incision.

The best part, before she even touches this massive cyst, it starts to leak out of the skin -- like when you open a brand new toothpaste tube!!

Don't worry, she is going to squeeze this monster growth, and what comes pouring out is shocking!!

You have to see this!

It's Toothpaste TIME!!

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"Man that's creamy," one fan wrote after seeing the stream of white liquid come pouring out.

Interestingly, the stuff that comes firing out is in the perfect round shape like toothpaste -- as you know, normally it doesn't come out in such a perfect way!

"I'll never look at toothpaste the same👏" a popaholic wrote.

"Definitely looks like toothpaste. I'll never look at it the same again 😂," another added.

Ya, us either!

But, you have to see the entire clip where ingrown facial hair makes its appearance!!

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Watch The Shocking Video!!

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After watching the whole thing exits this patient's face, one person reacted with just one word, 'Catupiry.'

We didn't know what it was either, so we looked it up, and it goes PERFECT with this video.

Catupiry is a "Brazilian brand of soft, processed cheese developed by the Italian immigrant Mario Silvestrini in the state of Minas Gerais in 1911. It falls into the ‘requeijão’ category, which is a generic term for loose, ricotta-like creamy cheese used to make cheese spreads. The name is derived from the native Tupi word meaning “excellent," according to Cheese.com.

Ya, there is a website called Cheese.com.

Now, watch the incredible video!!

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