Posts Tagged ‘skin tags’

Wart Mole Vanish and skin tags

February 21, 2009

There is no shortage of natural skin tag treatments on the market. One of the most effctive of these medicines is Wart Mole Vanish.

Wart Mole Vanish is marketed by Pristine Herbal Touch and it is designed to work on all types of warts (including plantar and genital warts), on moles on skin tags and on Syringoma.

The ingredients of  Wart Mole Vanish are Cashew plant, Fig plant, Celandine plant, Lemon and de-ionized water. And, unlike other skin tag removers on the market, it does not contain potentially harmful ingredients like Bloodroot or Zinc Chloride.

With Wart Mole Vanish you can remove a skin tag with only one single 20 minute application. Just make sure you do not apply Wart Mole Vanish to the area surrounding the skin tag.

After treating a skin tag with Wart Mole Vanish, a minor blemish may appear as a result, but you should not worry about it because it will fade away within 90 days. Click here to learn more about Wart Mole Vanish!

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Removing skin tags with bloodroot paste

May 5, 2008

        Bloodroot is a plant that grows in western US and Canada.  It is also known as pauson, red pucoon or bloodwort. 

        The extracts of this plant can be used in removing skin tags. The procedure is pretty simple: you just cover the skin tags with bloodroot using a band aid and then wait for it to fall off.

         The problem with this remedy is that can harm the healthy skin that is surrounding the skin tag. That’s why, you have to make sure that the bloodroot past doesn’t spill over to the healthy skin surrounding the skin tags.

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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.