24 responses

  1. Cheese Dip
    February 5, 2013

    Very nice, Dr. Yadav. As usual you inform as well as delight. I had no idea about keratin vs sebum. Which one is stinky? Either one looks great oozing out of a well squeezed cyst.

  2. yankeedoodlepus
    February 5, 2013

    Thanks Dr. Yadav!!!! I learn so much here.

    • sandy
      February 5, 2013

      Yes I must agree , I learn more in your video’s , and as usual you never disappoint us , you always have great videos , and you are so nice to do this for us to watch , Thanks again Dr. Yadav

    • maloralw
      February 9, 2013

      I agree with the above also….my entire life I thought that ANYTHING that came out of a bump, pimple, cyst..etc..was always “pus” Everything was pus…If you squeezed it out, it was pus. Period !! I definately have learned so much from this site and from Dr. Y. He is a wonderful teacher…he explains things so the layperson can understand completely..Thanks.

  3. Pick_That_Puppy
    February 5, 2013

    Enough goo there to make a web………..

    • justsqueezit
      February 5, 2013

      Wrong keritin Puppy – but wouldn’t it be neat if we could be our own Spiderman? Mom’s would have it made! Kid runs into the street, whap, momma snatches him out of the way of the speeding bus…
      But I am SOOOO hoping for the video of when he squeezes that one monster on the guys eyelid… Nice video, Dr. Y; we love you…

      • NMGAPAOH
        February 5, 2013

        Me too but I think that boulder comedone is way too big to be squeezed – it needs to be extricated using the jaws of life :) I wonder if they are able to open their eye fully or does it act like a door stop? Just thinking (and hoping)! :)

  4. comedoness
    February 5, 2013

    Oh my yes, Dr. Y KNOWS what we like! That was gorgeous…

  5. Deb p
    February 5, 2013

    Loved the still pics at the end -his popping artistry!

    This was abfab! Luv them springy coils!

  6. 3cysterscafe
    February 5, 2013

    You always deliver top notch goods! I enjoyed this one as much as any of your other videos and that’s because they are all wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing your work with us folks! I’m so glad to be a part of the same group as you here at PTZ! There’s no better place to be! Thank you Dr Yadav
    Much love and appreciation,
    Lee AKA 3cysterscafe
    PS my picture can be found in the box above, for a short time, of the people that have liked this page. I’m the first one! I’m saying hello to everyone! :)

  7. pokat70
    February 5, 2013

    gonna be a sore forehead the day after that squeeze, the smallest hole to get cheez out of,,,, but i loved it!!!

  8. lablover
    February 5, 2013

    That was fantastic!

  9. BigTull
    February 5, 2013

    That was satisfying!!!
    Thank You for posting Dr. Y!!!

  10. maloralw
    February 5, 2013

    He never fails to satisfy our need for squeezing cysts. I think I love his videos the best. This was just so good…..love how thick it was. Thanks Dr. Y !!!

  11. crazy4cyst
    February 5, 2013

    cyst with cheesy sebum are a personal favorite to watch being popped.Great video

    February 5, 2013

    Yeah, hip hip hooray for keratin silly string!!

  13. insatiable
    February 5, 2013

    OMG! I loved it…especially towards and at the end, the strings looked like RAMEN NOODLES!!!! :-)

      February 5, 2013

      Or angel hair pasta?

    February 5, 2013

    The last still picture with the broad piece of keratin reminds me of the Sea Monkeys (shrimp) that we had as kids. Both look to be just as fun! :)

  15. Deb p
    February 6, 2013

    Make a bigger hole!!!


    Most excellent video

  16. pickypicky
    February 6, 2013

    Thanks again for another great video, Dr. Y! I love how you take your time with a good cyst and let us see it all!
    I’m having dreams about antelopes with gigantic sebaceous cysts where their horns should be… :D!

  17. beamer
    February 6, 2013

    I love that you would take the time and make the effort to upload this stuff for us, your devoted audience, awaiting the jewels you offer up. Always educational, always great technique, and a sense that you are enjoying what you do. Am I right? Thanks from a great fan!

  18. Cathy
    February 13, 2013

    Thanks Dr. Y, you never fail to make the videos enjoyable and informative. I am thinking that people with horns are producing keratin much like deer or other antlered animals? Anyway, thanks again. I always look forward to your videos because you seem to enjoy making them for us as much as we enjoy seeing them.!

  19. popfiend
    February 21, 2013

    Thanks for your new delight, Dr. Yadav. You know how to get the job done. It was fun to watch this method, but I also enjoy your “tools of the trade”.

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