• In a new Instagram video, Dr. Sandra Lee, MD-aka Dr. Pimple Popper-snips milia from the area around a patient's eye.
• Milia are small white cysts that occur when a protein called keratin becomes trapped under the skin.
• They're typically found on the face, including on the nose, the cheeks, the lips, and the eyelids.
Dr. Pimple Popper's latest video isn't a cyst, blackhead, or lipoma-in fact, it isn't a pop at all.
In a new Instagram video posted Wednesday, dermatologist and TLC star Dr. Sandra Lee, MD-aka Dr. Pimple Popper-removes milia from a patient's eyelid. Using her scissors, she snips the tiny growths off the man's skin.
"He can see clearly now, the #milia is gone!" she wrote in the caption.
What are milia?
Milia are small white cysts commonly found on the face, according to Healthline-including on the eyelids, as we can see in Dr. Pimple Popper's latest video. Milia look like small white or yellow bumps, and they form when a protein called keratin gets trapped under the skin.
Milia sometimes disappear on their own, but if not, there are various treatment options available.
Watch Dr. Pimple Popper's new milia video here:
If you love watching Dr. Pimple Popper snip growths off people's skin, allow us to point you to more videos you'll love. In this video, Lee removes a big ol' cluster of skin tags, and in this one, she snips off a giant skin tag that looks disturbingly like a cauliflower floret.
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