What are the best home remedies for skin tags?
The two approaches to removing a skin tag that are advocated most often are discussed in detail elsewhere on this site.
They are also plastered all over the Internet, and have some pretty obvious pros and cons. Removing a skin tag can be as simple as just cutting the skin tag off, or tie a piece of cotton thread or dental floss tightly around the base and try to make the skin tag fall off by cutting off the blood supply.
1. Cutting off a skin tag.
2. Skin tag removal with string.
Read this research and you will soon see these home removal skin tags methods have the same risks as expensive medical procedures such as surgical excision, freezing off with liquid nitrogen, and burning off with medical electric cautery.
ALL OF THESE METHODS run risks of scarring and infection. The least risk of these is with the string method, but that can be highly impractical, especially if the skin tag is somewhere very visible, or if it is a flat skin tag, as opposed to a raised skin tag on a fleshy stalk that can actually be tied off.
So where does that leave us?
The best removal of skin tags method is the one taught by Dr. Charles Davidson, which involves applying a natural, completely harmless, and extremely cheap home made a paste, using ordinary household ingredients.
Another advantage of this method is that you don’t need to be 100% sure if what you are dealing with is a skin tag, a mole, or a wart, as the method will work effectively on all of these.
Have a look at this before and after pic below and see how I got clear skin after using this on a mixture of mainly skin tags, but also lots of what could possibly have been moles, freckles, or even warts:
It is important to follow the steps, exactly as described in Moles, Warts, and Skin Tag Removal. This is easy to do, and Dr. Charles explains everything very clearly.