Dr Sandra Lee | Blackhead Treatment

 This utterly breaks my heart. How awful for this poor man to live with such an awful affliction. I sincerely hope the treatments have helped and he’s doing better. He deserves to live his best life!

I could literally watch this video all day- I wish y'all had shown the whole thing- or followed up with this same patient- I would love to see what he looks like now!


1. Dr. Sandra lee

Having had acne just like this years ago when I was in high school, I totally understand why the technician isn’t emptying the pustules completely on the first treatment. The skin feels extremely tender and sensitive like there are a million bruises under the skin, and the surface feels hot and like you’ve been chewed up by fire ants, also a little itchy but you can’t scratch without burning pain that turns into a deep ache.

This is going to be a slow process. A painful one. But! The best part of the process is that initial pop. Getting even a little bit of the contents out instantly relieves the pressure and you have this moment where you let out a deep sigh of relief. I still get occasional breakouts with this kind of acne when I’m stressed out, but luckily it’s nowhere near as bad as it once was. Even most of my scars are gone now! This kid has among road ahead of them, but it’ll be worth it in the end!

2. Dr. Pimple Popper

Right or wrong this is what was explained to me by an esthetician. She said you can’t clean out the cyst all at once. If you do there will be deep scars and the skin will be bruised and damaged. If you just gently take what you can out easily without doing damage to the skin, the cyst will start healing from the bottom.

So each time you “take” the stuff out of a cyst slowly without doing damage and keeping the pus out then you won’t have scars when it is cleared up. She said it sometimes took 5 or more times cleaning the cyst out to get it to heal properly.

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