Archive for the ‘skin tags’ Category

Dermatend review

July 17, 2009

Tea tree oil, Castor oil, Apple cider vinegar are all effective natural remedies for skin tags that don’t have any side effects of any kind. When used properly, they can guarantee good results and get you rid of you skin tags without leaving any scars whatsoever.

However, they do require a bit of patience and consistency on your part in order for them to work. In fact, up to three weeks of treatment with this type of remedies may be required to kill a skin tag.

If you want to take advantage of the healing power of natural remedies to get rid of skin tags faster, then you can use one of the many powerful natural creams for skin tags that are available in the Market.

One of these creams is Dermatend. It is a natural herbal extract that is made of Sanguineria Canadensis, Vegetable Glycerine, Distilled Water and the Butter of Zinc.

Dermatend works on skin tags, warts and moles. The way dermatend works is that it penetrates to the roots of these skin growths to kill their tissues permanently. After two or three treatments with Dermatend, a scab forms and then fall off after three or four days leaving a little scar that vanishes within two weeks.

Dermatend can be used on all parts of the body, however, and like all other ntural and topical treatments for skin tags, it can’t be used near the eyes or the mucuous membranes. To learn more about Dermatend Click here !

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Removing skin tags with apple cider vinegar :

August 1, 2008

Apple cider vinegar is a fabulous natural remedy for so many health problems like acid reflux, heartburn, acne, yeast infection or warts.

It can also be used for removing skin tags . If you want to use it for that purpose, all you’ll have to do is soak a Cotton ball in it and then rub it on the skin tags 3 times a day until they fall off.

Let me warn you though that apple cider vinegar should not be applied on the skin tag that are located on the eyelids or in any other sensitive area.

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Is removing skin tags dangerous ?

July 15, 2008

        Many people would want to learn about alternative methods for removing skin tags to spare themselves the elevated cost of laser therapy or freezing.

        But before trying anything, they want to be sure they’re using safe and proven methods and not some hazardous or dangerous remedies.

        If you’re one of these people, then, in this little article you will learn when removing skin tags is dangerous and when it is not.

        You will also be introduced to some of the safest methods for removing skin tags.

        When NOT to try alternative remedies for removing skin tags: 

        You should never try to remove a skin tag by yourself in these two cases:

        1- If the skin tag is located on the eyelid, then you should not try to remove it by yourself specially if you want to use a herbal extract or nail polish or some other topical solution that may harm your eye.

        2- If you’re not sure that what you have is a skin tag. I mean if you notice that it changes in shape or color (the signs of a malignant tumor), then you should immediately seek out the help of a dermatologist.

        Now here is a little list of safe methods for removing skin tags:

        10 tips for removing skin tags :

        8 methods for removing skin tags at home :

        Is it safe to remove a skin tag at home ?

Removing skin tags with nail polish

April 26, 2008

      Nail polish is among the most commonly used skin tag removers. It is not the best remedy for removing skin tags , but a lot of people have used it successfully.

      The method is simple: you just cover skin tags with nail polish two or three time each day until they fall off.

       Unfortunately, this can take a couple of weeks. Moreover, if you’re removing skin tags from eyelids or another sensitive part of your body, then, you wouldn’t want use fingernailnail polish.

        If you want to learn about more skin tag removal techniques, then here are 3 resources that you may find helpful:

      1-  The ultimate guide for skin tag removal

      2- How to remove skin tags using home remedies .

Removing skin tags with duct tape :

April 24, 2008

         One of the most widely used methods for removing skin tags is to use duct tape. This method is safe but it requires a good deal of patience on your part.

        If you want to try duct tape on skin tags, you’ll have to cover each one of those skin tags with a small piece of duct tape. Just make sure that the whole skin tag is completely covered.

       After two or three days, check to see if the tape is loosening and if the skin tag is about to fall off. If after that period you see that the skin tag is still hanging on, you’ll have to put on a new piece of duct tape on it.

       As you can see, removing skin tags with duct tape is a little tedious, and that’s why you may prefer using Tea tree oil or another natural herbal extract like Dermisil for skin tags.

     Related articles:

    –  8 methods for removing skin tags at home .

    –  Finding a good skin tag remover .

Removing skin tags with a string

April 16, 2008

          One way for removing skin tags at home is to cut off the blood supply to their tissues. By doing this, the cells that make up those tissues die and you get rid of your skin tags. 

          This method of skin tag home removal consists on tying a thin string around the base of the skin tag for a couple of days (about three days) until it falls off. 

          You can use a dental floss, a fishing line or a sewing thread. Just make sure the string is tied very well and be patient for about three days.

          Read also: Removing skin tags with tea tree oil .
          

Removing skin tags with tea tree oil

April 15, 2008

        Tea tree oil is extracted from a plant called Melaleuca Alternifolia. This plant was used for hundreds of year by Australian aboriginals to treat many skin diseases. In this article you will learn how to use tea tree oil in removing skin tags

        If you want to use tea tree oil for skin tags, you’ll just need to wash your skin tags with soap and water and let them dry out. Then, soak a Cotton ball in water and put a few drops of tea tree oil on it. You’ll then rub the cotton ball against your skin tags.

        This is a safe way to remove skin tags, but it takes a good deal of patience and consistency on your part. In fact you’ll have to repeat the procedure above 3 times a day for as long as it takes to get rid of the skin tags.

          Generally, this will take between two and three weeks.

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Removing skin tags with surgery

April 14, 2008

      There are three surgical procedures for removing skin tags.

      One of these methods consists on freezing skin tags using liquid Nitrogen at -196°C. The tissues of the skin tags can’t survive this low temperature and they fall off immediately.

      The other way for removing skin tags consists on cauterizing (or burning) the skin tags using laser.

      Finally,  The third method consists on cutting off skin tags using a scalpel or scissors. Off course, it’s up to your doctor to determine which of these procedures is more appropriate to you.

     It is important to note here that the cost of removing skin tags with surgery is not covered by most insurance plans and that’s why many people prefer to use alternative home removal methods.
    

Welcome to “removing skin tags”

April 14, 2008

If you’re looking for an effective and safe method for removing skin tags, then you have come to the right place.

On this website, you’ll learn more about skin tags and about the many possible ways to treat them.

You’ll learn about natural remedies for skin tags, about commonly used medicines and about the different surgical procedures to treat them.

My name is Dave Lecky, and I’m open to your questions and comments.

Again, welcome to “Removing skin tags” .