A man whose life is being blighted by the severe cysts, blackheads and acne that cover his entire back has them squeezed on Bad Skin Clinic.
In tonight's episode of the TLC show, Scott, 43, from Norfolk, reveals he's hit rock bottom after the lumps get in the way of both his personal and professional life.
Paying a visit to 152 Harley Street, he hopes that Dr Emma Craythorne can finally provide a suitable treatment for his back.
During extensive treatment, the expert cuts, pops and squeezes the cysts and blackheads, giving him a completely new lease on life
'The contents of this cyst is this sebaceous material, it's this kind of cottage cheese consistency and this cottage cheese kind of smell!' she jokes, in a bid to keep the mood positive.
Scott, 43, from Norfolk, reveals he's put up with the severe cysts, blackheads and acne that cover his entire back for over twenty years. He features on tonight's episode of The Bad Skin Clinic on Quest Red
The car salesman pays a visit to 152 Harley Street in the hope that Dr Emma Craythorne (pictured left) can provide a suitable treatment for his back
At first glance, Scott is your everyday man - a husband, father and a successful car salesman, who seemingly lives a very normal life.
But in reality, he carries with him a secret that he hides on a daily basis, and has done for the past 20 years.
His back is covered in severe acne, cysts and blackheads, and is a constant source of embarrassment for him.
'I'm just ugly. Why would anybody any to see any good in me?' Scott admits.
As the expert squeezes the spots, she jokes: 'The contents of this cyst is this sebaceous material, it's this kind of cottage cheese consistency and this cottage cheese kind of smell!'
Scott (pictured) says his skin condition gets in the way of both his personal and professional life - and his wife admits she struggles too
As well as being painful and irritable, his skin condition constantly and without warning gets in the way of his job.
'I'm covered in bumps, lumps, and it's something I have to live with every day,' he explains. 'They are just white lumps of jelly waiting to explode.'