- In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper scrapes out a tiny cyst hidden in a patient’s ear.
- The cyst is actually a milia, which is a tiny white bump filled with keratin commonly found on the face.
- Dr. Lee uses a comedone extractor to push out the growth, then uses the same tool to scrape the milia out of the tight ear canal.
There’s a gunky gold mine hidden in this patient’s ear. In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper—aka, dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—goes digging for teeny, tiny cysts buried deep within a patient’s ear. And she ends up hitting the jackpot.
“Talk about an earful,” Dr. Lee captioned the video. And you’ll certainly agree with the cheeky statement after watching this quick removal.
In the short clip, Dr. Lee uses a comedone extractor to push down on a single little milia in the patient’s ear. Milia are tiny cyst filled with keratin commonly found on the face. They are tiny and white in appearance, and don’t cause any pain or discomfort.
This particular growth is inside the patient’s ear, surprising Dr. Lee as she was expecting to dig for blackheads in the patient’s ear. Dr. Lee is able to scrape the growth out, making this the ultimate ear cleaning.
“This is so satisfying to my soul,” one fan commented on the video. Another fan commented three drooling emojis, which is certainly an interesting choice when commenting on a post depicting a dermatological procedure.
Watch Dr. Pimple Popper dig for ear gold—and become stinkin’ rich—in the clip below: