Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes The Longest ‘Larvae’ Cyst In A New IG Video

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Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes The Longest ‘Larvae’ Cyst In A New IG Video
  • Dr. Pimple Popper just popped the longest "larvae" neck cyst in a brand new Instagram video.

  • She punches out the cyst and uses her fingers to squeeze out all of the contents.

  • Popaholics in the comments couldn't believe how satisfying this lengthy pop was.

If you're a popaholic, then you know that cyst pops are some of the most satisfying to watch. And dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, has made it her mission to bring fans all the best cyst pops she can, from ones filled with hair to ones that unfold like a huge "lotus blossom."

Basically, she's your go-to gal for the best (or worst, depending on who you ask) cyst pops around. This time, she's back with a gigantic "larvae" neck cyst—and it's. So. Long.

"Worm or a cyst you tell me 🐛 (I know that's a caterpillar, is there a worm emoji?) #drpimplepopper #cyst," Dr. Pimple Popper captioned her post on Instagram.

In the clip, Dr. Pimple Popper starts by punching out the cyst. Then, she uses her fingers to start squeezing, and the white gunk just keeps coming. Fans in the comments couldn't get over how lengthy this pop was, but some users thought the cyst wasn't quite worm-like enough: "Looks kinda like a larvae!" one viewer pointed out. (Or, according to a different user, "an albino 🍤.")

Others were more focused on Dr. P's technique. "Ohhhhhhhhh the punch 🤤," someone else added.

Of course, no pop is complete without some commentary from Dr. Pimple Popper herself. "We're going to be able to squeeze a lot of that out," she says at the beginning. "I think yours is a little bit bigger than it actually appears." Spoiler alert: it totally is.

Then, just in case you missed it the first time, Dr. P zooms in and replays the pop in slow motion. (It's even better the second time!)

Honestly, this vid is all a popaholic could ask for. I'll be waiting for the next one, Dr. P!

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