Dr. Sandra Lee, aka dr. Pimple Popper, has seen almost everything when it comes to bumps, pimples and growths on the skin.
However, her newest patient Lisa has something the California-based dermatologist has never seen before – a horn that grows on the back of her head. In the show Lisa tells Dr. Lee said that her family had cysts on her scalp in the past and after trying to pop one, the horn appeared and grew for over a year.
“I feel rough,” says Lisa. “I want to look pretty on my wedding day … that’s the first thing you’ll see.”
Lisa’s horn is actually a pilar cyst.
“This is called a pilar cyst,” Dr. Lee to Lisa in the TLC series and asks, “Can I take a look at this? I’m very interested in what that bump looks like now.”
After seeing the growth that resembles a “fingernail that has gone crazy,” Dr. Lee Lisa, that she has a horn of skin. “I’ve seen Hauthörner before,” says Dr. Lee, “but this is surely the biggest hawthorn I’ve ever seen.”
It seems that the “horn” is not an innocent pillar cyst (or whom, as Lisa calls it) – and dr. Lee fears that Lisa may be suffering from skin cancer.
“One of the things I think about with Lisa is skin cancer,” explains Dr. Lee. “Because a type of squamous cell carcinoma called keratoacanthoma may look like this.”
She continued, “I’m not sure what it is, and I feel like you’re telling me a story that sounds like it’s a pilar cyst that’s out of control … because Usually, when we see a hawthorn We think of other things that may affect a little bit more, you know, that can occur in types of skin cancer. “
Hopefully, as soon as Dr. Pimple Popper has removed the growth, Lisa’s tests will be negative, and she will cry tears of (horn-free) joy on her big day.
Have you played the Dr. Pimple Popper drinking game yet?
If you love it, Dr. Watching Lee popping pimples, blackheads and cysts and not getting sick, you have to play the drink she shared on her Instagram page.
Here are the rules: The spectators have to drink a drink each time: The front of their office for dermatologists can be seen. Lee refers to a pimple or cyst as “he” or “she”. Dr. Lee introduces himself, Dr. Lee says, “Just a little stunned,” Dr. Lee. “Let’s see what we can do” or someone says Dr. Lee gave them back the trust.
If there is a dramatic sound or dramatic music, Dr. Lee, “just a pinch” or “Am I hurting you?” or dr. Lee uses a Sharpie, it’s time to drink your drink. In addition, viewers must take a shot every time Dr. Lee needs her spray mask or someone with tears becomes emotional.
We already know that the fans will seriously whiz over Lisa’s story alone.