THERE are two kind of people in this world… the ones who love pimple popping videos and others who find them completely repulsive.

If you’re someone who finds pus-filled cyst-squeezing videos extremely satisfying then you’re in for a treat.

 This disgusting video shows some of Dr Pimple Popper's most gruesome pops


This disgusting video shows some of Dr Pimple Popper’s most gruesome popsCredit: Quest Red

We have put together this bumper compilation of some of the best clips from Dr Pimple Popper.

And by best, we mean the most disgusting – so, if the sight of a zit is enough to turn your stomach, then you may want to look away.

The pops that feature range from huge lipomas to pus explosions – and even a horn that looks like a pork scratching.

Now, for most of us just a few seconds of one of these clips is enough to get our kicks.

But can you stomach almost two minutes of back to back pops without so much as a wince?

 Some of these videos are the most gruesome ones she's shared


Some of these videos are the most gruesome ones she’s sharedCredit: Quest Red
 One of them includes a giant lipoma


One of them includes a giant lipomaCredit: Quest Red

Dr Pimple Popper, aka Dr Sandra Lee, has almost six million subscribers on YouTube, so if you are in the ‘I love pimple popping’ camp, then you’re definitely not alone.

The California-based dermatologist has previously spoken about why she thinks people are so fascinated by what sh does.

She told Refinery29: “I think watching popping is similar to seeing a scary movie or riding a roller coaster for some.

“You get a rush of euphoria and excitement.”

Neuroscientist and assistant professor Heather Berlin agrees.

She explained that when you pop your own pimples, your brain releases dopamine – the happy-feel-good neurotransmitter.

 These pus-filled clips aren't for the faint-hearted


These pus-filled clips aren’t for the faint-heartedCredit: Quest Red

Dr Berlin said: “There’s a cycle of anxiety or arousal before the act and a sense of relief after.”

So, essentially there’s a combination of physical and mental relief after you squeeze a zit – even though we know we shouldn’t.

Dr Pimple Popper is on our screens every Thursday at 10pm exclusively on TLC.

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