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The patient said he could feel the growths release from under his skin when dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee popped them.
Dr. Sandra Lee shared the video on Instagram along with a caption telling viewers to "unwind and cool down."
Watch Dr. Pimple Popper treat a man’s cantaloupe-sized back hump, which she said was the messiest growth she’s ever seen
Dr. Sandra Lee compared the insides of Paul Duke's lipoma, or fat-filled growth, to the cheese you pull off a slice of pizza.
Watch Dr. Pimple Popper drain 7 cysts from a woman’s head, including one that was toenail-shaped and wedged into her scalp
Dr. Sandra Lee was concerned the hard nail-shaped bump would be cancerous, but a lab report revealed the woman was cancer-free.
Dr. Pimple Popper drained an orange-sized lump that was growing on the back of a woman’s thigh for 10 years
On episode 2 of "Dr. Pimple Popper," Dr. Sandra Lee helps a woman named Leta get wedding-ready by treating the fat-filled lump on her left thigh.
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The only product that has helped clear up my acne is the Dr. Dennis Gross Extra Strength Alpha Beta Peel ($80). It's pricey, but incredibly effective.
Dr. Pimple Popper cut 4 golf ball-sized growths off a woman’s ears during the season 3 premiere of her TV show
The TLC show follows dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee as she treats growths and other skin conditions. Patients often gain confidence in the process.
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This cheap mask is the only thing I've ever tried that has markedly improved my skin. These before and after photos mean I'm not alone in that, either.
Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee shared a video where she extracted sebum from a cluster of blackheads all over a patient's face.
The actress says she doesn't like washing her face in the morning and typically stays away from powder products to avoid breakouts.