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Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes 6 ‘Circus Animals’ From Her Patient’s Arm In New Instagram Video

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  • In Dr. Pimple Popper’s latest Instagram video, she tackled six individual lipomas.
  • She squeezes them out one by one using her fingers.
  • Dr. Pimple Popper compared the lipomas to “circus animals” and made one lipoma dance around at the end of the clip.

      Dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper‘s extractions are always entertaining. Her lipoma removals are truly next level, though. Some lipomas look like brains or flowers, while others look like Baby Groot and gummy bears when she finally squeezes them out into the open. She may have topped all of them in her latest Instagram post.

      In the clip, Dr. Pimple Popper tackles six whole lipomas and compares them to circus animals. She started with the entertaining comparison in the caption: “These lipomas look like Circus Animals!”

      There may be six whole lipomas to extract, but Dr. Pimple Popper focuses on each one individually. She also keeps tabs on her patient. “Are you okay?” she asks as she makes the incision and started to remove one of the lipomas. “I don’t feel a thing,” her patient responds.

      The convo gets better as she progresses with the lipoma removals. “He just told us he had some vodka before this,” Dr. Pimple Popper says. “I’m questioning the amount he had.”

      Her patient misunderstands her and asks, “You already got one out?” An increasingly frustrated derm responds, “No! I’m just starting.” The banter continues as Dr. Pimple Popper squishes out the first lipoma, a misshapen yellow lump. After squeezing with her fingers, she uses scissors to cut it and free it completely.

      The video skips the remaining five extractions and jumps ahead. There are all six lipomas spread on a table post-op. Dr. Pimple Popper grabs one and makes it dance around. She and her assistants call them circus animals. Tbh I can see it.

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