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  • Sandra Lee (dermatologist)


    Dr. Sandra Lee (born 1970), also known as Dr. Pimple Popper, is an American dermatologist operating out of Upland, California. In 2010 Lee began uploading videos to YouTube but did not begin to heavily post content until 2015, after she noticed the popularity of her Instagram videos of skin extractions. In exchange for written client permission to record and post content, Lee offers patients discounted or free treatment. In 2017, Lee launched her own line of skin care products, SLMD Skincare Products. Products in the line include acne cleanser and lotion, clarifying treatment with retinol, and daily moisturizer. Prior to this Lee also sold comedone extractors and other merchandise branded with the name of her channel. In 2018, Lee signed with TLC to have her own Dr. Pimple Popper TV series, which premiered on July 11. A special Christmas episode of “Dr. Pimple Popper” aired on December 13, 2018. Season 2 of Dr. Pimple Popper will premiere in January 2019.

  • Dr. Pimple Popper (TV series)


    Dr. Pimple Popper is an American reality television series airing on TLC. The series stars dermatologist and Internet celebrity Dr. Sandra Lee, who treats patients who have unusual cases of facial and skin disorders at her clinic Skin Physicians & Surgeons in the Inland Empire city of Upland, California. Dr. Pimple Popper started as an hour-long special on January 3, 2018 before the first season aired on July 11. The series, initially airing at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday, became the top-rated cable program in its slot among women age 25–54, and on August 14, the day before the final Season 1 episode aired, TLC announced it had renewed the series for a second season, with new episodes set to air in January 2019.

  • Pimple


    A pimple (colloquially known as a zit or spot) is a kind of comedo resulting from excess sebum and dead skin cells getting trapped in the pores of the skin. In its aggravated state, it may evolve into a pustule or papules. Pimples can be treated by acne medications, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatories prescribed by a physician, or various over the counter remedies purchased at a pharmacy.

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