Dr. Pimple Popper Removes Massive ‘Unicorn’ Cyst (Video)

Dr. Pimple Popper, known for popping unbelievably large, shocking pimples, might have met her match when a man approached her with what she called a “unicorn pimple” (video below).

In the viral clip, the doctor can be seen making an incision into the patient’s pimple, which is positioned between his eyes, and extracting pus and other fluids from the cyst. She later comments on the man’s pimple.

He really took good care of the cyst. He nurtured it and let it get nice and to this size and not popped. That’s impressive,” she says in the video.

At the end of the video, the contents of the cyst are removed and the man is stitched up.

The clip quickly went viral after being posted online, and many viewers reacted strongly — expressing amazement over how large the cyst was.

“Where do they find these people with skin conditions ? Lol. Does the doctor place an ad in a paper or what ? Always bizarre and odd blackheads , cysts and pimples,” one viewer commented on The Shred’s Facebook page.

Wow-that “unicorn” actually deflated! These videos NEVER disappoint-whether just short of 5 mins., or up to a half hour. It’s amazing how the human body will make room for stuff it no longer needs,” another viewer wrote, AWM America reported.

“I think that all us non-medical viewers are simply saying is that compared to other procedures we’ve seen…this one had a lot more blood than we were used to seeing. That’s it,” another wrote.

“I don’t understand how people let things get to this size. Six years?!? Over six years walking around like that?? I would never!! I just don’t get it,” another added.

Some readers quipped that the patient missed an opportunity to have a unique scar on his hea.d

“If life gives you a cyst on the forehead, why not request a Harry-Potter-scar from the doc?” one commented.

“Feel like I’m the only one who loves scars. I have a slightly slanted vertical one on the left side of my forehead, had it since I was 1, and I love it. I’d be sad if it shrunk completely lol,” another added.

“I felt so bad for this guy.  So, glad you could help him out, Dr. Lee.  Impressive work!  You never cease to amaze me,” another viewer wrote.

The video garnered over seven millions views on YouTube after originally being shared online.

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