Where Does Dr. Pimple Popper Live?

Dr. Sandra Lee, aka Dr. Pimple Popper, turned her disgustingly addictive YouTube series into a TLC reality hit by banking on how much we would want to watch her squeeze stuff out of people's faces (the answer: a LOT). She's also the founder of her own skincare line, SLMD.

The skin care specialist is a licensed dermatologist in both California and New York, according to Entertainment Weekly, meaning she can pop pimples on both coasts. According to their official site, Dr. Pimple Popper's clinic, Skin Physicians and Surgeons, is located in Upland, California.

Lee's bio notes that's where she, too, was raised, going on to study for her undergraduate degree at UCLA. She then crossed the country to attend medical school in Philadelphia. But where is the best pimple popper in town actually located these days?

Dr. Pimple Popper lives in a Californian desert home

As it turns out, Dr. Pimple Popper didn't stray too far. As noted by Today, who visited Lee at home, the skin care specialist lives with her dermatologist husband and their two sons on a 1.5-acre property in Southern California. When she's not busy popping zits, Lee likes to relax with her family, some good food, and a glass of wine.

The front and back yards both boast artwork inspired by her practice, as well as custom amenities including a modern fire pit. The home, described as a "modern desert" style property, was designed by Soloway Designs alongside Lee's husband. Inside, an integrated lazy Susan sits on the dining table, paying homage to the reality star's Chinese ancestry.

Lee's fridge, although stocked with the usual household stuff, also includes Botox and other dermatology tools. "They can have anything else in there, but that's my shelf," Lee noted. Elsewhere, a finger massage tool is always within reach, to soothe those all-important, pimple-popping digits. 

She's as obsessed with food as she is with popping pimples

Likewise, Lee keeps surgical gloves at the ready — for cooking. "Ground turkey meat is icky on my hands, and this is how I prep my food," she explained, likening it to performing surgery even though she admitted that she cringes more when it comes to preparing raw mat.  

As for what the social media star is watching herself, that would be mukbangs — in other words, insanely addictive YouTube videos of people eating huge quantities of food. "It caused me to buy a lot of ramen," she joked. "I probably have more ramen to live off of for three years or more!" 

If the dermatology business ever goes belly up, Lee suggested she'd like to be a professional chip taster. Still, as she told EW, at the moment, "I just am very proud that [the show] is bringing happiness and joy to some people in the world. We're helping people around the world."