Dr. Pimple Popper made a name for herself thanks to her TLC show. She’s famous for posting pimple-popping videos on social media. Dr. Sandra Lee’s social media is for entertainment and education. She entertains followers with her pimple-popping videos. And, then she educates them on the importance of skin care.
Recently, the Wuhan coronavirus has increased fear around the world. Dr. Sandra Lee attempts to squash rumors about “antiviral” essential oils. She addresses the idea of them killing off the spread of viruses. It all started on beauty blogger Michelle Phan’s Instagram Story. Dr. Sandra Lee noticed Phan’s Instagram Story and shut her down.
Dr. Pimple Popper educates followers on “antiviral” essential oils
As Insider reported, YouTuber Michelle Phan posted a photo of her essential oil diffuser on her Instagram Story. She claimed that essential oils kill off viruses like the coronavirus.
So, Phan wrote on her Instagram Story that, “Our first point of contact for viruses is our nose.”
Then, she continues, “If you are burning antiviral essential oils around you this will kill off the virus before it enters your system.”
But, Dr. Sandra Lee wouldn’t let her spread misinformation. So, Dr. Sandra Lee followed up with a screenshot of Phan’s post. She wrote, “Sorry, antiviral essential oils DON’T EXIST.” Lee also posted the same response to her Twitter account.
— Dr Pimple Popper (@SandraLeeMD) February 3, 2020
It’s no doubt that essential oils are more popular than ever. People assume that they’re packed with health benefits. But, there is little evidence to support that essential oils do much. Really, they mostly just smell good. To defend herself, Phan tweeted that a friend “who’s a nurse and into holistic care” shared this information with her. Phan stated that it wasn’t her intention to misinform her followers.
My friend who’s a nurse and into holistic care shared with her friends and family detailed tips that help boost the immune system. I reshared. My intention wasn’t to mislead, but thank you for enlightening me.
— 𝓜𝓪𝓰𝓲𝓬 (@MichellePhan) February 3, 2020
After Dr. Lee corrected Phan, many of Phan’s own followers spoke out. They accused her of spreading misinformation. They claim that spreading misinformation is dangerous. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are ways to prevent the spread of viruses. These include washing your hands and covering your mouth whenever you cough or sneeze. They also suggest avoiding close contact with others. You should also stay home from school or work if you feel sick.
Dr. Pimple Popper just squeezed a huge cyst and sebaceous lobule
As Men’s Health reported, Dr. Lee posted a new video. It the video, she’s releasing a yellow cyst that bursts out like cheese. The clip also shows her releasing sebaceous lobules. They resembled cake frosting. On Dr. Lee’s YouTube channel, she explained what a sebaceous lobule is. It’s the dead skin that forms combined with the keratin in oil gland.
The clip of her 18-minute video on YouTube shows her extracting a cyst from another patient’s body. Dr. Lee needs the help of an assistant to pull at it with tweezers. To keep the patient calm, Lee talks about her patient’s new Labrador retriever and four children. You can watch the videos in all its glory on Lee’s Instagram and YouTube pages.
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