Dermatologists keep telling us that. The back pimple that just keeps going and going. Although some think these videos are gross, one reason for the obsession with pimple-popping clips has more to do with the thrill of the footage rather than the disgust factor. That doesn't make it any less fun to watch. Instead, these 100 million views are of clips of exploding cysts, unplugged blackheads and even botfly extractions.
The Ingrown Hair This man's. That's why this Facebook video showing pore extractions with a tweezer-esque device has now racked up 27 million views. Keep in mind, these videos aren't ranked in any particular order. The Internet is home to millions of pimple-popping videos to support the obsessions of so-called popaholics everywhere. Plus, a crusty, erupted breakout is much more difficult than you might think. There's a sense of closure despite how cringe-worthy that closure is — the swollen white head of the , nodule, what-have-you, is being immediately taken care of. .
As a result, the clogged pore just won't stop spewing gunk. You are not the one with the giant pimple, and you relish in that fact. One thing's for sure: You're definitely not alone. According to dermatologists, there are some if you absolutely must, and we have to admit that doing so is pretty satisfying. Instead of shooting the messenger, enjoy these so-nasty-you-can't-look-away pimple-popping videos that I've unscientifically ranked for your viewing pleasure.
Here 10 of the very best. The best introduction to her channel is this swift, clean extraction of a essentially, an enormous blackhead. Whether people are picking at scabs, squeezing pimples or fussing over other blemishes, the unavoidable act of doing so can develop into something much worse, according to an article published by. It's a gem among the treasure trove of videos she released this year. Feel free to send your letter of thanks, or hate mail, after watching. The blackheads extracted with q-tips. Just when you think there couldn't be any more blackheads, more emerge from the person's face.
However, even if we follow a strict washing, toning, and treatment routine, can still make some unexpected appearances. This year, millions and millions of people flocked to YouTube and social media to watch hours of new pimple popping content. It's a manifestation of everyone's internal monologues while watching a solid but horrifying pop. Be warned that this video is a little intense, thanks to the use of a scalpel. Watch and have be prepared to have your appetite ruined.
And if you're one of those people who gets a thrill witnessing the extraction of gunk and pus from clogged pores, you're in luck. In this video a woman allows a friend or family member to squeeze a small back pimple that. We combed our favorite channels and rounded up what we think are some of the year's best pops. From the surface, it looks like an ordinary blackhead. But if you clicked on this link, you're probably someone who gets it. These close-up videos show exactly what happens when you peel a off of your nose.
Simple pimple popping videos might appear to be mere reflections of their titles, but under the surface, this compulsion may secretly be Compulsive Skin Picking Disorder, which, according to information from the , affects around one in 20 people. For some people, the mere thought of watching a zit get squeezed is enough to set off a gag reflex. She obliges, and is able to pop his pimple in less than 30 seconds. YouTube has more than 1. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Not every piece of gunk appears to be a pimple — they look an awful lot like the harmless most. Pimple Popper's multi-part with a patient named Mr.
Good thing there's no rule against watching videos of other people's pimples getting popped. And there's gratification in that. Some popping videos are best watched at an almost uncomfortable closeness. The unidentified man has a bulbous growth on his ear, which oozes a crazy amount of pus. Maybe there's voyeuristic pleasure in knowing that you — the viewer — is hidden safely behind a screen away from the mess. The greatest pop of all happens just about 49 seconds into this video, when — out of nowhere — one tiny nose pore lets loose a strand of sebum close to two inches long.