A man who has been living with a fatty lump on his head for the past six years has earned himself some fans thanks to Dr. Pimple Popper.
The California-based dermatologist, whose real name is Dr. Sandra Lee, can be seen expertly extracting a large lipoma from the unidentified patient’s head in her latest YouTube video.
The man proves to be quite charming during the procedure, and some viewers were admittedly more interested in his ‘sexy smile’ and ‘gorgeous voice’ than the gruesome footage.
Fans: Dr. Pimple Popper aka Dr. Sandra Lee removes a fatty lump in her latest video, and while the footage is gruesome, some viewers were distracted by the patient’s sexy smile’
Long time: The unidentified man had been bothered by a bump underneath his scalp for about six years. Dr. Lee identified it as a lipoma, a slow-growing, non-cancerous growth
At the start of the clip, Dr. Lee explains that a lipoma is a slow-growing, non-cancerous growth that is usually removed in a ‘simple’ in-office procedure under local anesthesia.
However, the graphic clip isn’t for the faint of heart.
In the video, Dr. Lee uses a scalpel to slice into the lipoma that is hidden underneath his hair before digging into it with a pair of scissors.
The man has had the fatty bulge for so long that he admits it’s been nicknamed ‘Lumpy.’
Ouch! In the video, Dr. Lee uses a scalpel to cut into the man’s scalp in search for the lipoma
Yikes: The celebrity-favorite dermatologist can be seen pulling the lipoma from his head piece by piece
Getting it all out: The gruesome video, which is not for the faint of heart, features close-ups of the fat cells
‘Are you sure I’m not hurting at all?’ Dr. Lee calmly asks as she pokes around his head, which is bleeding profusely. Understandably, he can’t even muster a reply.
Famous: Dr. Lee has more than 5.7 million YouTube subscribers thanks to her graphic ‘popping’ videos
As the doctor removes the lipoma bit by bit, the man can’t help but ask: ‘My brains aren’t going to come out, right?’
Dr. Lee manages to remove the entire thing, and she jokingly asks if he wants to add a lucky coin or a baseball card to his scalp before she stitches it closed again.
‘Or a love note? Like a time capsule,’ she says with a laugh.
After the procedure, the man notes that his head is ‘so flat,’ but he is stunned when he sees pieces of his lipoma sitting out on a tray.
‘Ugh! That was in my head?’ he asks.
While they were able to laugh and joke about the procedure, viewers weren’t feeling quite as calm about the gory scene they witnessed.
Good question: ‘My brains aren’t going to come out, right?’ the man asks during the procedure
Success: Dr. Lee manages to remove the entire thing, and she jokingly asks if he wants to add a lucky coin or a baseball card to his scalp before she stitches it closed again
‘Whenever there is “oozing,” I have to avert my eyes,’ one person commented, adding: ‘I can do all the gross stuff, but not lots of blood!’
‘Thank goodness for the skull! Looks like you were pulling his brains out!! Lol,’ another added.
And one joker chimed in: ‘So THAT’S what it means when someone picks your brains…’
However, there were some who were able to see past the blood and pus and focus instead on the man’s handsome looks.
Mystery man: Viewers got a glimpse of the man’s green eyes towards the end of the clip
Wow: The patient is stunned by the lipoma that is sitting on a tray after the procedure
Mixed reviews: Some viewers thought it looked like Dr. Lee was pulling his brains out of his head, while others were charmed by the man’s ‘sexy smile’ and ‘gorgeous voice’
Although the top half of his face was completely covered for most of the procedure, his bottom profile was enough to get some tongues wagging.
‘Not gonna lie, the guy had a cute smile,’ one person commented, while another agreed: ‘He has a real sexy smile and voice.’
‘You can tell this guy’s hot because of his lips, smile, and voice,’ someone else gushed.
One outlet reported that the good looking guy in the clip was Bachelorette star Peter Weber, but Dr. Lee confirmed to DailyMail.com that it was not.