• In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper removes a tiny growth from behind a patients ear.
  • Dr. Lee says the growth, which appears to be a cyst, is like a tiny tan "button" under the skin.
  • The growth looks to be a sebaceous cyst, which arise from the sebaceous glands and can have tan-colored contents.

In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper aka, dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD removes a tiny, sticky growth from behind a patients ear. Dr. Lee says the growth, which appears to be a cyst, is like a "button" under the skin. In fact, it looks like those tiny tan buttons on button-up shirts that you always struggle to actually secure.

In the clip, Dr. Pimple Popper nicks the growth to give it an avenue of escape. She then presses down with a comedone extractor, pushing out tan-hued goop from deep inside the patients skin. The famed derm says that the patient thought the growth was a mole because he couldnt see itbut its obviously not, given the type of gunk that comes out.

Wanna see? Dr. Lee asks the patient in the clip. Its like a little button.

The growth looks to be a sebaceous cyst , which arise from the sebaceous glands and can have tan-colored contents. The sebaceous glands secrete sebum, or the oily substance that lubricates hair and skin.

Watch the perfect pop in the clip below: