Watch Dr Pimple Popper Pop Hundreds Of Bumps Around A Woman’s Eyes
Fantastic news everyone - Dr Pimple Popper is back with another audacious attempt to get me to lose grip on the contents of my stomach.
This time she is poking around dangerously close to a woman's eyes with a big old scalpel to remove hundreds of tiny little blobs that have somehow developed on her eyelids.
Dr Sandra Lee (of course, Dr Pimple Popper is not her real name) released her latest disgusting video on her massively popular YouTube channel on Tuesday.
It begins by showing the woman's eyes, complete with loads of tiny white bumps on them.
These white bumps, you may or may not be interested to learn, are called milia.
Milia are not spots, they are little tiny superficial cysts - which is of course better in some way - filled with keratin (a type of skin protein that also makes up your hair and nails).
They often pop up (sorry) around the eyes and face and you can get rid of them with microdermabrasion, topical facial creams, or a chemical peel, but Dr Pimple Popper isn't going to mess around with that sort of crap - she's only interested in getting stuck in with a scalpel literally millimetres from this poor woman's eyeballs.
For her part, the woman remains remarkably calm and seems not to be too fussed by the whole thing.
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She certainly doesn't look as wild eyed and terrified as most people would be if someone was stabbing them around the eyes with a knife.
Importantly - you should never try to do this at home.
That's not least because if you're waving a scalpel around near your own eyes you deserve the eventual blinding that you're about to get, but also because it involves breaking of the skin, which should always be done by a qualified healthcare professional.
The last thing you want is for your eyes to get horribly infected - that's a great way to land yourself in the office of Dr Pimple Popper in the first place.
You're also likely to scar yourself, which would sort of defy the point of removing an unsightly but superficial thing and replacing it with an equally unsightly and permanent thing in the same place.
Anyway, if you can put up with them - and you haven't got loads like this woman has - milia are perfectly normal and completely harmless.
You could just leave them alone and not go through the whole disgusting process.
How does that sound?
Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Dr Pimple Popper
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