Dr Pimple Popper Plans to Make Botox Bottle Wall in Her Cozy House — Inside the Property
Dr. Pimple Popper has been an Internet sensation for years. Almost everybody knows that she is a dermatologist who uploads videos of blackhead extractions on her YouTube channel.
The aspect of her life that not everybody knows, though, is that she lives in a huge, modern, beautiful mansion in Southern California.
Her strategy of monetizing her videos is a "win-win-win" situation.
DR. PIMPLE POPPER'S'S START ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Dr. Pimple Popper, whose real name is Sandra Lee, came up with the idea of creating an Instagram account to upload all the clips that we've seen back in 2015.
At that point, she considered that it would serve as a window for her followers to see some of the procedures that dermatologists perform regularly. What she didn't expect was that so many people were actually interested in watching stuff coming out of another person.
While the most popular videos on her social media accounts are the popping ones, she keeps sharing other procedures, including MOHS surgery, Botox injections, keloid removals, and so on.
Fortunately for the dermatologist, all her content has proven to be quite fruitful for her. In fact, she has over 6.4 million subscribers on YouTube and almost 4 million followers on Instagram. All the attention and views that her videos get translate into money.
DR. PIMPLE POPPER'S'S MANSION
During an interview that Dr. Pimple Popper had with Forbes in 2016, she explained that her strategy of monetizing her videos was a "win-win-win" situation. After stating that people's insurance companies do not cover blackhead removals, she said:
"Many dermatologists won't remove them. […] But now, I'll do the extractions for free if my patients let me videotape and use the video."
Judging by all the money she makes online, the profit from her own skincare line, and her income as a doctor, it is fair to say that she is a wealthy individual, and her amazing house in Upland, California proves it.
Earlier this year, Dr. Pimple Popper invited "Today" anchor Natalie Morales to her home for a tour as part of the series "At Home with Natalie."
The 1.5-acre property is as stunning as it is modern. In it, the Internet sensation lives with her husband, Dr. Jeffrey Rebish, who is also a dermatologist, and their two sons. Speaking of Jeff, he once admitted that his wife has never popped anything from his skin!
Talking to Natalie, Dr. Pimple Popper confessed that she and her husband had always liked modern houses, something that their architect from Soloway Design perfectly understood and transformed their home into what we see now.
HER COLLECTION OF EMPTY BOTOX BOTTLES
Apart from the crystal walls, the first thing that catches the attention in the mansion is the beautiful piano placed right next to the main entrance. She also showed her pool table, her elegant living room (with cozy-looking couches and a fireplace), and the beautiful view from her balcony.
One of the things that Dr. Pimple Popper displayed, as well, was a massive collection of empty Botox bottles. She told Natalie that her intention was to gather as many as possible to make a wall with them and even a sculpture.
Another item that we don't get to see in every house but that Sandra Lee and her family have is a turntable, commonly known as lazy Susan. The doctor confessed that it was her way to pay homage to her Chinese roots.
Reaching the end of the video, both women went to the pool area of the mansion where there is a hidden TV so that people could watch whatever they want while sunbathing or swimming.
The tour that Natalie Morales and Dr. Pimple Popper made through the house ended the way everybody was expecting: with Sandra taking care of a pimple in Natalie's face.
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