Skin Tag Removal
Skin tags are small protruding bits of skin that often
grow in the groin area, armpits, neck and eyelids as well
as other places on the body. They are harmless, but are
often considered unsightly. Because people often wish
to remove the tags naturally as opposed to leaving them
there or resorting to more intrusive surgical techniques,
a wave of new products has hit the marketplace, with some
companies looking to make fast money off of unsuspecting
consumers that have not done the research on the companies
and products themselves. This makes it difficult to know
whether the product works or not.
Skintaghelp.com has made the complicated simple, by independently
reviewing all of the known skin tag products on the marketplace,
and sorting them by the following criteria - safety,
and company reputation.
The following list represents the best Skin Tag Removal on the marketplace, based on our criteria, and
rated by both our editors and real users of the products.
This product was voted the #1 skin tag
removal product of 2010 and 2011 by users of the product
and independent editor reviews. The product scored very
highly on our scale of Safety, Effectiveness,
Pricing and Company Reputation. Our editors have
classified this as the best product to treat skin tags
overall in our reviews.
We recommend this product to anyone that is searching
for a quick and natural effective treatment for skin tags.
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Dermatend is a natural product that is really designed
to remove skin tags and moles. This treatment ranked #3
in our list of products. Overall, when reviewed based
on safety, effectiveness, pricing and company reputation,
this product did not score as high as H-Skin Tags and
Skin Tag DX.
While overall effectiveness is good, the product costs
more than the #1 and #2 rated products, and therefore
is given the third position rating. Still, a great product
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Skin Tag Help Team
Skin tags are a problem for millions of people of both sexes
and nearly all age categories. Although skin tags are mostly
harmless, skin tag removal
is sought by most people who get these skin
growths, mainly for cosmetic reasons. Moreover, skin tag
removal also dispenses any potential risks of annoying symptoms
(pain and irritation) and/or infection of these tags by disease-causing
microbes. Following is a brief description of various methods
for skin tag removal.
Surgical Removal of Skin Tags
Dermatologists use various techniques for removing skin tags,
quickly and safely, in their clinics. These skin tag removal
techniques usually do not require local anesthesia except
in cases of large skin tags or some other factors like the
patient’s level of tolerance etc. commonly used surgical
methods for skin tag removal include: cutting (traditional
type of surgical removal with scissors), cauterizing (using
an excessively heated metal to kill and remove skin tags),
the tags by means of an excessively cold substance, usually
liquid nitrogen), and laser surgery. The costs of these methods
for skin tag removal vary; cutting and cryosurgery usually
come as less expensive techniques.
Skin Tag Removal with Over-the-Counter Medicine
Some people prefer removing skin tags with less invasive
means of treatment. One of these is the use of over-the-counter
medicine like DermaTend and SkinSave etc. DermaTend is applied
to the tag(s) and the area is covered lightly. The tags disappear
in a week or so usually without any pain or annoying effects.
SkinSave is a medicinal formula, consisting of herbs and mineral
salt, used for removing skin tags as well as moles and warts.
It is recommended that a physician be consulted before applying
How to Remove Skin Tags at Home?
There are people who won’t like to go for surgical
removal of skin tags. Instead they opt for skin tag removal
at home, using home remedies. One effective remedy for removing
skin tags at home is applying baking soda and castor oil.
Mixing these two ingredients together and bringing them to
the form of a gooey paste produces an effective home remedy
for skin tag removal. This paste should be applied to the
skin tags three times daily. In about two weeks, it would
cause the tags to dry up and fall off. Applying tea tree oil
three times daily to skin tags also causes them to fall off.
Removing Skin Tags with Dental Floss/Thread
A somewhat invasive but not so painful method of skin
tag treatment at home is by cutting them off with a pair
of scissors after tying them off up at the stalk base with
a thread or dental floss. The cutting/clipping tools used
for this purpose must be sharp and cleaned (sterilized) with
alcohol or some other agent. The person usually feels a sting
as the tag is clipped off but it is not very painful. Peroxide
or some other antiseptic is applied on the small wound after
skin tag removal.