Natural Skin Tag Remedies

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Skin tags are those flesh-colored growths that appear to many people on the neck, underarm, groin, genitals, back, eyelids or on the skin from other parts of the body. Usually, skin tags are small, a few millimeters in length, but sometimes can reach a length of up to several centimeters. In these cases, they begin to resemble some large and rarely red-colored moles. The exact causes of skin tags appearance are not yet known, but many skin tag removal remedies are available for these anesthetic skin growths.

Oregano oil

The oregano oil is a very strong antibacterial ingredient that is very useful in skin tag removal treatments. Within 2 to 4 weeks, you will get rid of the unpleasant skin tags if you apply it regularly on the growths. Always dilute the oregano oil before applying it to avoid red skin marks on the skin that surrounds the skin tag and never use oregano oil on your eyelids, as the skin on the eyelids is very sensitive. Do not panic if the skin tag starts to change color during the treatment, as it is a normal reaction before it finally drops off your skin. Mix the 3 drops of oregano oil with 6 drops of a carrier oil, like a coconut oil, for example, and apply on your skin at least three times a day and you will soon see the effects.

Dandelion and fig stem juice

You can use the dandelion juice for many skin problems, including skin tags. Extract the dandelion juice from its stem by squeezing it and apply it on the skin and cover with a band-aid to let it do its magic. The dandelion juice will dry the skin tag until it will fall off. Wash your skin before and after applying the juice 4 times and day and make sure you are not allergic to daisies, chrysanthemums, ragweed or other plants that are similar to the dandelion. Fig stem juice has the same effect if you apply it directly on the tag 4 times a day for at least 4 weeks.

Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar can destroy the skin tags if you apply it to the skin tag using a cotton ball and massaging the area to make sure the vinegar gets inside the growth. Because the apple cider is acid, it may feel itchy and stinging at first, but the feeling will go away.