Trypophobia Kings! Dr. Popper Fans, Please Subscribe



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In this video you are seeing a pimple popped at high magnification. Then you see two photoshop images of lotus pods (a plant) on skin. Do not watch this if dermatology videos offend you or if you have a fear of holes and spots. PG13.

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What are cysts?
Cysts are noncancerous, closed pockets of tissue that can be filled with fluid, pus, or other material.

Cysts are common on the skin and can appear anywhere. They feel like large peas under the surface of the skin. Cysts can develop as a result of infection, clogging of sebaceous glands (oil glands), or around foreign bodies, such as earrings.

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39 thoughts on “Trypophobia Kings! Dr. Popper Fans, Please Subscribe

  1. The one that made me cringe and look at my thumb is the thumb one after seeing that i had to check both of my thumbs to see if that had happend to me 😷😷

  2. The one that made me cringe and look at my thumb is the thumb one after seeing that i had to check both of my thumbs to see if that had happend to me 😷😷

  3. I hate holes! I try not to let them get to me but they make me sick to my stomach. I don't mind bumps or pimples though.

  4. I thought the face tryp. pic was spookier. The thumb looked like if the things were removed from it, it could recover. But the face ??? It looked like vital areas (breathing, eating, seeing) were gone eeesh !!!

  5. The thumb is creepier, but I've seen the same thing photoshopped on a picture of a breast. I don't remember exactly what it is, except that it's some type of exotic fruit.

  6. Thinking more about the fear of the thumb and other images like it. Is the anticipation of what could possibly come out of those holes. The fear of the unknown.

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