In a new video published on Saturday night, Dr. Pimple Popper-aka, celebrity dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, MD-highlights a massive, ravioli-sized cyst rather inconveniently located on the bottom of a woman's neck.

View this post on Instagram To pimple poppers, and new mommas out there havin babies, PUSH ITTTTT #Drpimplepopper OOPS its Mothers Day NEXT WEEKEND! A post shared by Sandra Lee, MD, FAAD, FAACS (@drpimplepopper) on May 4, 2019 at 3:58pm PDT

Keeping with the spirit of Saturday night, Dr. Lee cheekily scores the short clip to Salt-N-Pepa's "Push It." As she puts it in the post's caption, "To pimple poppers, and new mommas out there havin babies, PUSH ITTTTT #Drpimplepopper OOPS its Mothers Day NEXT WEEKEND!"

While it may seem a little bit alarming, it's actually common for sebaceous cysts to be found on the neck, as well as the scalp, face, and back, according to Healthline . The cheesy-looking innards are usually just made up of keratin, a protein that helps form skin and nails. To help reduce the likelihood that a cyst will return, the dermatologist will also sometimes cut out the sac that contained the cyst.

As for the rest of the clip, it's a pretty standard procedure: After making a large incision across the middle of the growth, she gives it a good squeeze-and if you're a fan of extremely "cheesy" extractions, you won't be disappointed by the results.