Welcome to the dark side of YouTube.
There was a time when YouTube was a platform where you can learn how to curl your hair, do a winged liner, or perfect a flawless foundation look. Now, you can find all sorts of videos on YT-including those for people
Grab an umbrella and take over!
Nobody likes getting a pimple, but some people make the most of their clogged pores by creating a pimple popping video. That's exactly what you'll find at @PimplePopperVids, a popular Instagram page that features some of the most
It gave a satisfyingly juicy pop.
There are lots of ways to eliminate zits. The right facial cleanser or an acne patch, for example, are gentler ways of saying goodbye to a pesky spot. But sometimes, acne pops up in places we just can't reach. In
This is not for the faint of heart.
If you're like me-who finds pimple-popping videos therapeutic-then I can guarantee you that you'll get into a very high state of Zen after seeing this new video from one of my favorite channels from the
'Daddy, is it awwiee?'
Obviously, two-year-old Scarlet Snow Belo-Kho is destined to be a great dermatologist. Her parents, Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho (both practicing dermas to the stars), have already given her a quick, informal hands-on lesson on skincare ~procedures~. Daddy
These spot treatments really are ~*miracle*~ workers.
When we were teenagers, we only had two options for treating our acne: salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide. But as we all know by now, those two can really dry the fuck out of your complexion, leading to more pimples and flaky,
So satisfying.
There is something soothing and therapeutic to watching pimple-popping videos. In fact, Sandra Lee, M.D., more famously known as Dr. Pimple Popper, has gained 2.6 million followers on her YouTube channel because of her ~*professional*~ zit-squeezing video clips.
Oh, the agony!
Who would've thought that, even in our 20s, we would (or could) still be getting acne on our foreheads, cheeks, chins, and the worst part of all, our noses? While we can bear a zit or two popping up on other
Like, you can die.
It's all too tempting upon the arrival of a massive great whitehead slap bang in the middle of your face, to give it a squeeze. But after digesting this concerning new information, you might finally learn to step away from the
'Sayang, maganda ka pa naman.'
1. "Do you even wash your face?"Why do people assume that girls with acne have acne, because they don't wash their faces enough? There are so many other things that can trigger zits, such as stress and hormonal imbalance.
Hope you didn't have cottage cheese for breakfast.
Let's get popping this morning, shall we? This chunk-filled masterpiece comes to you courtesy of /r/popping, and though it was originally posted in June of last year, that hasn't stopped hardcore popping fans on commenting on
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