Dr. Pimple Popper Just Squeezed 'Mount Gushmore' On A Man's Cheek

Jennifer Nied
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Photo credit: Steven Blackmon - Getty Images
Photo credit: Steven Blackmon - Getty Images

From Women's Health

  • In Dr. Pimple Popper's new Youtube video, she helped a patient with a giant cheek cyst.

  • The dermatologist used suggestions from all her fans to name the pop video.

  • Dr. Pimple Popper's fans came through and suggested the extraction looked like "Mount Gushmore" or a "cottage cheese explosion.

Dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, can take care of all kinds of pimples all on her own. She's one very capable and experienced doctor. But, sometimes she needs an extra hand. In her latest Youtube video, she asked all her fans and Popaholics at home for some help.

Dr. Pimple Popper got the party started in the caption: "I’ve seen you all naming pops in the comments and I need your help naming THIS video for tomorrow! Put those #popaholic minds to the test and leave your best video name in the comments. I’ll choose the best one! FULL VIDEO out tomorrow... keep an eye out! #drpimplepopper #cyst"

Dr. Pimple Popper's serious and added one more comment to encourage participation: "Leave your best video name in the comments! Just might choose yours to be the official name 😜"

It didn't take long before Dr. Pimple Popper released the extended Youtube version. She chose Mount Gushmore as the title, and the video lived up to all the hype. Just take a look for yourself.

Dr. Pimple Popper had a lot of description options from her fans. Only one was out of the food realm: "Mount Gushmore 🤣" Others went in hard on foods: "The monster mash-ed potato!" Comfort foods may never be the same after some comments like: "Clam chowder" and "Cottage cheese explosion." One went the dessert route and commented: "Can’t believe it’s not vanilla pudding" "Vanillicious" "Banana pudding pop!! Give us prizes for names, please!!"

If you want a speedy version of the pop, the Instagram video will do the trick. It shows the gushing that started it all.

It's almost as satisfying as the full Youtube version.

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