Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes A Huge ‘Blue Cheese’ DPOW In New IG Video

Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes A Huge ‘Blue Cheese’ DPOW In New IG Video
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  • Dr. Pimple Popper just popped a truly massive dilated pore of winer in a brand new video on Instagram.

  • As she pulls the DPOW out of her patient's neck, the gunk starts to look like "blue cheese."

  • Popaholics in the comments had a lot to say about this satisfying pop!

Dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, has never met a dilated pore of winer (or DPOW) she couldn't pop. She's already mastered the art of squeezing an "iceberg" DPOW, one with a "smile," and even one so big, it wouldn't fit in her extractor.

Now, she's taking on a stubborn DPOW lodged in a patient's neck that looks like "blue cheese." Dr. Pimple Popper explained the backstory behind the massive pop in the caption of a brand new video on Instagram: "Undercover DPOW! 💥," she wrote.

"I had forgotten about this huge DPOW I removed on my lovely patient. Prior to coming to see me he worried this growth could be cancerous, because it was growing so quickly, but thankfully it was a removable Dilated Pore of Winer. I hope you all enjoy! 😴❤️ #drpimplepopper #dpow #shockingvideos."

In the video, Dr. Pimple Popper uses her fingers to slowly start squeezing the DPOW out. When it won't budge, she grabs her trusty tweezers to finish the job. It takes a serious amount of pulling, but Dr. P eventually gets all of the "blue cheese" out.

Popaholics in the comments had a lot to say about this one. "DPOW are my fave. So good. Gives me goosebumps," one user wrote. Someone else added, "that was sooo satisfying!!! 👏👏," while a third fan commented, "looks like something Special Agents Mulder & Scully should see."

And, plenty of viewers thought the DPOW reminded them of a certain salad topping. "Looked like a baby bird in the beginning then the end looked like blue cheese," someone wrote.

Either way (whatever you think this one looks like), it's pretty epic. Ready for the next one whenever you are, Dr. P!

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