We all know what skin tags looks like, they are those small growths of skin that hangs from the skin that look extremely ugly and unattractive. If you suffer with skin tags its almost certain that you want rid of these ugly little things. Skin tags are generally benign and totally harmless meaning that professional removal is considered to be a cosmetic procedure. Which means its going to cost you quite a bit of money to get them removed at the doctor’s office.
But there are so many ways to get rid of skin tags in the comfort of your own home. Lets take a quick look at just a few ways that you can get rid of them quickly and easily using at home methods of removal.
One extremely popular method used by thousands of people all over the world is the dental floss method. All you do is simply tie a piece of dental floss around the base of the skin tag. Making sure that you that you tie the knot as tight as possible. By doing this you are starving the blood supply to the skin tag, which leads to it dying then falling off after several days.
Another popular method is forming a mixture of baking soda and Castor oil and applying it directly to the skin tag. Using this method takes roughly 2 weeks to remove the skin tag. The mixture drys out the skin causing the skin tag to eventually dry up and disappear.
Another method is applying fingernail polish to the skin tag. All you need to do is apply nail polish to the tag twice every day. The nail polish dries out the skin tag causing it to become smaller and totally disappear again in about 2 weeks.
Another tip to get rid of skin tags in the comfort of your own home is using vitamin E cream applying it directly over the skin tag and covering it up with a band aid. Again this is an other method that is going to take several days to take effect. Whichever at home method you use, remember to be patient and don’t expect the skin tags to fall off overnight.
The only way to achieve instant success is to cut the skin tags off, the only problem with this method is that the skin tags tend to grow back and usually in greater numbers.