Watch Dr. Pimple Popper Pop an ‘Applesauce-Filled’ Unicorn Horn Cyst

By | May 10, 2020
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  • In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper pops a massive cyst located in the center of a patient’s forehead.
  • Some imaginative fans have said the contents of the cyst looks like “applesauce.”
  • The cyst is likely an epidermoid cyst, which contains wet dead skin cells and keratin.

    In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper—aka dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—pops a massive cyst located in the center of a patient’s forehead. This unique growth seriously looks like a unicorn horn—and it’s filled with some mushy “applesauce.”

    In the clip, Dr. Lee makes an incision into the unicorn horn-like cyst. She then squeezes the nubby growth, forcing out a stream of textured off-white goop. One fan commented that the cyst contents looks like “applesauce.”

    Dr. Lee then goes back for another squeeze, emptying out even more of the massive growth. After she’s done, you can see the patient’s stretch skin appear like a deflated balloon on his head.

    “I bet he’s happy that’s gone,” one fan commented on the video. Another added, “Do you mind? I’m eating!” This one definitely isn’t snack time viewing.

    The cyst featured in this video is likely an epidermoid cyst. This type of cyst usually contains a collection of wet dead skin cells and keratin. Epidermoid cysts often occur on the face, neck and body. And, apparently, they can sometimes grow in the middle of a person’s forehead.

    Watch the majestic applesauce pop below:

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