Skin Tag Treatment

    •            Skin tags are very common small, soft skin growths.
    •            Skin tags are harmless but can be annoying.
    •            Skin tags tend to occur on the face, eyelids, neck, armpits, groin folds, and under breasts.
    •            A person may have anywhere from one to hundreds of skin tags.
    •            Almost everyone will develop a skin tag at some point in their lives.
    •            Middle-aged, obese adults are most prone to skin tags.
    •            Obesity is associated with skin tags.
    •            Removing a skin tag does not cause more to grow.
    •            Destructive treatments include freezing, tying off with a thread or suture, or cutting off the skin tag.

Skin tags are smooth and soft, whereas warts tend to be rougher with an irregular surface. Skin tags are knobbly and hang off the skin, whereas warts are usually flat. Skin tags aren't contagious, but warts spread very easily, so a sudden outbreak or cluster of growths is more likely to be warts.

Skin tags can occur almost anywhere on the body covered by skin. However, the two most common areas for skin tags are the neck and armpits. Other common areas for the development of skin tags include the face, eyelids, upper chest (particularly under the female breasts), buttock folds, and groin folds. Tags are typically thought to occur where skin rubs against itself or clothing. Babies who are plump may also develop skin tags in areas where skin rubs against skin, like the sides of the neck. Younger children may develop tags at the upper eyelid areas, often in areas where they may rub their eyes. Older children and preteens may develop tags in the underarm area from friction and repetitive irritation from sports.
Skin tags typically occur in the following characteristic locations:
    •            Base of the neck
    •            Underarms
    •            Face and Eyelids
    •            Groin folds
    •            Buttock folds
    •            Under the breasts

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