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Dr. Pimple Popper Lost YouTube Revenue Over 'Graphic Videos'

Despite having millions of subscribers, Dr. Pimple Popper's YouTube videos are unable to generate ad revenue.

Sandra Lee, the dermatologist behind the acne-fighting franchise, started her YouTube in 2010, recording her own show on TLC, and growing her following on TikTok. Expanded.

Her channel now boasts more than 7 million subscribers and 2 billion views, but Lee says the site makes her content "raw". Too much,” he said, stating that he struggles to make a decent income on YouTube. She's "subjective,"she told Business Insider.

According to Influencer Marketing Hub's estimates, her YouTuber worth is based on views, and Lee says that for every 1,000 views of her videos, she gets 3 states that she should get her $5 income from the dollar. So that means she made her $10 million from $6 million with a total of 2 billion views.

YouTube policy states thatcontent creators who post "graphic or violent content"risk having their videos removed and, in extreme cases, account revocation. says there is. This includes "videos or images showing bodily fluids, such as blood or vomit, intended to shock or disgust the viewer." This may apply to some descriptions of Lee's content.

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Lee told Business Insider that by 2016, before YouTube began taking disciplinary action, her videos were said he was making nearly $100,000. She claims her content is always educational.

"Children now know what a lipoma is, or that the cyst must be completely removed, not just squeezed. I'm really proud of that, please remove it," she told Insider.

"We teach people about psoriasis and hidradenitis, but if you don't spread the word about it, how will they learn?"

} Lee added that her TikTok videos are starting to show the same kind of content warning message.

"They suddenly changed the rules," she speculated. We'll wait until it's big enough to add."

The Washington Post reached out to Sandra Lee and a YouTube representative for comment.