Watch Dr. Pimple Popper Pop an Oily, Squirting Steatocystoma

By | May 3, 2020
  • In a new YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper removes an oily steatosystoma from famed patient Momma Squishy.
  • Notably, the clip starts off with a face reveal of Momma Sqiushy, the previously anonymous patient with a large popaholic following.
  • Steatocystomas are small lumps filled with sebum, which is an oily substance that helps lubricate the hair, skin, and nails.

    Here’s Momma! In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper—aka, dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—removes an oily steatosystoma from famed patient Momma Squishy. Perhaps even more excitingly, fans are also treated to a face reveal of Momma Sqiushy, the previously anonymous patient with a large popaholic following.

    Momma Squishy is a fan-favorite patient of Dr. Lee’s due to her sweet personality, lively demeanor, and overwhelming amount of lipomas, cysts, steatocystomas, and skin tags. She also happens to be a popaholic herself who loves to watch her own procedures. She’s long been loved, but always virtually anonymous—until now.

    The clip starts out with Dr. Lee introducing Momma Squishy, which is part of a full Q&A on Dr. Lee’s YouTube channel. The teaser then switches to show one of Momma Squishy’s many removals, which is a steatocystoma bursting with buttery contents. For the removal, Dr. Lee pokes the skin concern with a scalpel, letting out a fountain of oily contents. She then pulls out the growth’s thin lining, which virtually guarantees the growth won’t return.

    But fan comments on the clip didn’t even focus on the stellar, satisfying removal. Instead, popaholics were elated to finally “meet” their Momma.

    “Omgosh, it’s her!!! Really her!!!” one fan commented. Another added, “Mama Squishy is a popaholic shero!”

    Steatocystomas are typically small, benign lumps that are filled with sebum, a yellowish, oily substance that helps lubricate the hair, skin, and nails, according to the National Institute of Health.

    Meet Momma Squishy—and her steatosystoma— below:

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