• Dr. Pimple Popper just shared a new video on her Instagram.
  • In the video, Sandra Lee, MD, squeezes out a ribbon of sebum, a yellow-ish, oily substance, from a few different cysts known as steatocystomas.
  • Steatocystomas are benign cysts that usually occur in groups as part of a larger condition called steatocystoma multiplex.

Sunday, Dr. Pimple Popper was celebrating the holiday by removing from a mans shoulder. Monday, dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD, delivers again with a of her removing buttery steatocystomas, which are benign cysts (more on this below).

The doctor tackles multiple steatocystomas, each one oozing with a different yellow, oil-like substance. Before opening each area, the Dr. tells us that she used lignocaine-a numbing a medication-to prep the area.

View this post on Instagram Weve got some buttery #steatocystomas and a double POP! #poppinmonday #drpimplepopper A post shared by Sandra Lee, MD, FAAD, FAACS (@drpimplepopper) on Apr 22, 2019 at 10:48am PDT

This one cried when it left, she tells the patient while working on his shoulder.

Dr. Lee doesnt go in depth in this video, so we did a little digging on what steatocystomas really are: benign cysts that often develop in "multiples" to form a skin disorder known as "steatocystoma multiplex," according to the .

Dr. P tells her patient that, a lot of the time, smaller samples come out of the steatocystomas. But this time around? Not. So. Much. She gets a decent amount of goo (which she compares to butter) out of each opening, which she says is so interesting and satisfying. I guess we all have our own definition of satisfying, eh?