Oddly, there's something satisfying about the cringe-worthy and disgusting clips on pimple popping, and fans of the process are in for a treat as Dr. Pimple Popper launches a board game inspired by that.
For those who aren't familiar with Dr. Pimple Popper, it's not her real name, of course. This dermatologist's name is Dr. Sandra Lee, and how she differs from other doctors is that she has a huge social media following because she uploads her pus extraction, blackheads removal process, and many more gross things.
Her YouTube account has close to 4 million followers, while her Instagram profile boasts a more than 2.5 million fans. One of her fans is none other than Kim Kardashian West, who, in one episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, talked with mom Kris Jenner about a certain viral clip.
Now, Dr. Pimple Popper is releasing her game called Pimple Pete, much like the game Operation. While the latter game needs players to have a steady grip and precise surgical techniques with some tools, the newest, seemingly disgusting game only needs bare hands.
Yup, it won't take a genius to do it, but one certainly needs steady hands to win. This board game, which is a collaboration between Dr. Pimple Popper and Spin Master, has simple mechanics. Players need to choose gummy-like pimples from Pete's face and pull what they have chosen.
The trick here is to make sure Pete's head doesn't rock forward or backward along the process of getting that zit. If that will happen, a humongous zit on Pete's nose will spray "pus" to the player. This game will be arriving in August.
Now if a game and her massive following isn't enough to convince how influential this dermatologist has gone, just read on her newest TLC show, fittingly called Dr. Pimple Popper. Her fans would probably remember that this show follows the success of a special titled Dr. Pimple Popper: This Is Zit that aired in January.
With her newest series, Dr. Pimple Popper is giving everyone a deeper and closer look, as if people really hadn't seen everything on her social media accounts, about acnes and pus-extracting. More than that, the show will give audience a chance to get to know her life as a dermatologist and her clients, who will also be given some ample air time.
"I evaluate every patient and decide on a treatment course to help their skin conditions — and afterward, we see how we have really transformed their lives!" Lee said of what the fans can expect of her show that aired on July 11.
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