What You Know About Skin Tag Removal is Wrong.
By admin • April 5, 2017 • Uncategorized
What you know about skin tag removal is wrong, if you think that the only way to remove a skin tag is through a medical procedure. The removal of skin tags can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be. You probably have something at home right now that will help you remove annoying skin tags. Dermatologist use several different skin tag removal methods that are expensive, because insurance wonâ€™t cover the procedure. Skin tag removal techniques like laser surgery, liquid nitrogen and cutting the area, are the accepted medical methods and may be performed using a local anesthesia, but in most cases no anesthesia is necessary. Over the counter medicines are popular skin tag removal choices, because the skin tags usually disappear in a few days, but youâ€™re wrong to think these are the only options you have when it comes to getting rid of embarrassing skin tags.
Here are some home remedies you can try…
Common home items like duck tape, castor oil and dental floss can be used for skin tag removal. A mixture of castor oil and baking soda works in about a week and applying tea tree oil to the area three times a day will usually make skin tags fall off within a week or two. Duck tape works within a week, when you cover the area for three days and they apply a fresh piece of tape for another two days. Finger nail polish can be applied to the area three times a day and within ten days the skin tags disappear. Tying the skin tag at the base with dental floss for a couple of days is also effective and for those who are not afraid to see a little blood, skin tags can be cut off using sterilized scissors and an antiseptic.
If you are serious about removing your skin tags, I highly recommend you check out the book “Moles, Warts, and Skin Tag Removal”. Not a very unique name, but definitely delivers! Check out my full personal review of it here:
Skin tags effect everyone…no one is immune!
If you think youâ€™re immune to skin tags, you may be wrong. Over half the population develops skin tags as adults, especially in their 50s and 60s. Children can develop skin tags especially on the neck or under the arms, so we all can be victims of our own design by developing skin tags at inconvenient times and in inconvenient places.