If you haven't heard of Dermatologist Dr Sandra Lee (AKA Dr Pimple Popper) then allow me the pleasure of an introduction.
Lee has a dedicated following of 1.6 million pimple-popper watchers on Instagram and a popular YouTube account with over 1.5 million pop-happy fans. And, if you're into that kind of thing, it doesn't disappoint. The account promises such clips as "Attention: This is not a deltoid" (spoiler: It's a pimple). And "Large Blackhead on the back." (Quite self-explanatory, that one.)
Lee even invites her dedicated poppers to #drpimplepopperandchill. As you do. Sounds like a lovely night in.
Now, if you've just eaten lunch, or you have a weak constitution, perhaps look away now. And don't say I didn't warn you.
Baker, Blessed by Baking, took her appreciation for the art of the pop to a whole new level – with cupcakes. "Made with popping love" the cupcakes are…well… they're incredibly lifelike. I might leave it at that.
"How can something so pus-like taste so good?" asked The Pimple Queen (Queen Pimple?) in a post to her page.
Comments on these pimply treats seem to fall into one of three camps: OMG that's gross, OMG where can I order these? OMG can you please post a tutorial?
We're not sure these would go down so well at your child's next birthday party. However, what a way to celebrate your child's first pimple??
Yeah. We might just go with a celebratory tube of Clearasil too.
What do you think? Could you stomach one of these?