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Skin tag is a skin growth and looks like a small bit of skin hanging from a narrow stalk. It is also known by the name Acrochordon. They can be found almost anywhere, but they are most common in the neck, face and breasts. They are most common in areas of friction and rubbing.

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They can be as small as a grape or as large as a grape. It is quite common in adults and men. They are usually benign and harmless. They are not cancerous and will not develop cancer if they are left untreated. It is rare for a tag to become cancerous. They are very harmless, and sometimes small ones can fall off by themselves. It is not contagious and does not spread by contact.

They don’t cause any pain unless they are rubbed with jewellery or clothing. It is possible that a genetic factor could be responsible for the growth of a tag. It is possible that you or a family member has it. This skin condition is caused by skin friction and rubbing. Overweight people are more likely to develop it. This condition is also more common in pregnant women because of the increase in hormone levels. The chances of getting tags increase with illegal steroids.

Symptômes

The symptoms include flesh hanging, usually near the eyes, in the groin, or on the skin. Although there is no pain, rubbing can cause irritation. They are not ugly and do not cause any harm. They come in a variety of colors, including flesh-colored and darker browns. They can appear on the body in groups or as a single surface. You can remove tags by freezing, surgery or burning. The tag will fall off if it is cut off from the blood supply.

Some tags may leave small marks. These skin tags can be easily treated at home with home remedies. It is important to avoid putting things in close proximity to the eyes. Below are some home remedies for skin tags.

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  • Vinegar: Apple cider vinegar can be used. Apply apple cider vinegar to a cotton ball. Avoid getting in the eyes.
  • Aspirin: Mix the aspirin with a little water and then apply.
  • Potato: Slice a potato and place the slice on top. You can seal it with a band-aid.
  • Castor oil: Combine castor oil and a little baking soda to make a paste.
  • Garlic: Chop garlic and apply to the area. Cover with a tape. Repeat for 2 days. This can cause burns, so don’t continue for too long.
  • Tea Tree Oil: Dip a cottonball in tea tree oil, and then apply. It will dry it and allow it to fall.
  • Bloodroot: Make a paste, and then apply it. It can be used to remove the skin tag but it may leave marks. Bloodroot can cause skin damage so be careful. It is not recommended to be taken internally as it can be toxic.
  • Vitamin E: Take a capsule of vitamin A and break it open. Seal the capsule with a tape or bandage. This condition is often confused with other conditions like warts and moles. It is important to know the nature of the condition. No discharge is produced by tags. If you have tags, avoid cosmetics near your eyes. Avoid junk food and eat healthy food. Increase your intake of vitamin E, zinc and other nutrients. To keep your body healthy, drink lots of water every day.