THE Bad Skin Clinic will air on Quest Red later this year.
Although Dr. Pimple Popper has finished for another season, we have another spot-popping guilty pleasure to obsess over.
The UK now has it’s very own answer to the show, with The Bad Skin Clinic landing on Quest Red.
Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon Dr. Emma Craythorne and her team of experts will help patients with all of their bad skin woes.
Filmed at their Harley Street clinic, the team will meet, treat and dramatically transform the lives of those suffering from unusual, extreme and in some cases debilitating skin conditions.
Performing both on-the-spot extractions and complex and pioneering procedures, Dr. Emma and her team treat people with a whole host of skin conditions and complaints.
Viewers will be treated to giant blackhead and cyst pops and enormous lump and lipoma removals, with some patients being relieved from a life dictated by their condition.
In a clip from the upcoming series, Dr. Emma extracts a “stubborn” spot which “looks like a worm,” while she likens another to “a Mr Whippy ice cream.”
Speaking about the new series, Quest Red’s Clare Laylock says: “I am absolutely delighted to bring The Bad Skin Clinic and Dr. Emma to Quest Red.
“She is so passionate about helping others on their journey to feeling better about themselves and living lives free of embarrassment and I know viewers will love this series as much as they do My 600lb Life and Dr. Pimple Popper.
“From first glance, through treatment and jaw-dropping transformations, this series will feature some incredibly emotional stories and a good few eye-watering procedures and memorable moments along the way.”
Colette Foster, creative director of Full Fat TV — who produce the show — added: “We are delighted to be working with Dr. Emma Craythorne, one of the UK’s most eminent dermatologists, as she treats people with extreme and sometimes debilitating skin conditions.
“The results are truly transformative, both physically and emotionally, Dr Emma’s work is life changing.”