Stomach-churning footage shows 'snakes' of play dough-like pus being squeezed ...

Stomach-churning footage shows 'snakes' of play dough-like pus being squeezed from a woman's ARMPIT Unnamed woman went to a beautician in St. Louis, Missouri therapist, named Jada Kennedy, gently squeezes the inflamed skin  Streams of thick 'snakes' of pus with 'hair attached' come rushing out  

By Alexandra Thompson Senior Health Reporter For Mailonline

Published: 12:01 BST, 15 April 2019 | Updated: 12:01 BST, 15 April 2019

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Stomach-churning footage shows play dough-like pus being squeezed from a woman's armpit.

The unnamed woman went to a beautician in St. Louis, Missouri, with what looked like a collection of blackheads under her arm.

The therapist, named Jada Kennedy, gently squeezes the inflamed skin, only for thick 'snakes' of pus to emerge.

Nauseating footage shows 'play dough pus' being squeezed from an unnamed woman's armpit

Nauseating footage shows 'play dough pus' being squeezed from an unnamed woman's armpit

A beauty therapist, named Jada Kennedy, extracted the pus in the 'procedure'. The footage ends with her taking a 'hook' to pull out a long, ingrowing hair (pictured) from the under arm

A therapist, named Jada Kennedy, extracted the pus in the 'procedure'. The footage ends with her taking a 'hook' to pull out a long, ingrowing hair (pictured) from the under arm

Ms Kennedy thinks the nauseating 'procedure' is over, only for further streams of pus to come rushing out.

The clip ends with her pulling a 'hook' of ingrowing hair out of the patient's armpit. 

The footage opens with Ms Kennedy explaining to the viewers a 'new client has come to her'. 

'Y'all are gonna be so amazed at what comes out,' she excitedly said.  

Ms Kennedy proceeds to gently squeeze the inflamed skin together, which causes thick, creamy pus to emerge.

Without going into detail, she claims 'deodorant' may be to blame but adds 'it may be a cyst, I'm not a doctor, I don't know'. 

WHY DO PEOPLE ENJOY SQUEEZING SPOTS?

In July 2018, a neuroscientist explained it is normal for people to be engrossed and amazed by videos of pimples being popped.

The internet obsession is popular due to certain people having evolved to get pleasure from bumps being removed from the skin.

Videos like those made by the dermatologist Sandra Lee, aka Dr Pimple Popper, are common

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