5 Natural Ways to Remove Skin Tags

5 Natural Ways to Remove Skin Tags

Skin tags. Lots of people have them.

You may be able to get rid of these little balls of nippily skin hanging off your neck, under your eyes, or mostly anywhere else.

Yes, a doctor can easily perform a procedure to take them off but if you’re not into procedures or the possible high cost, try these 5 natural ways to remove skin tags.

Do make sure you instruct your doctor before using these or any other natural remedies.

Never attempt these remedies for skin tags in genital or anal areas.

Always wash skin tag and area before application of these natural treatments.

Baking Soda and Castor Oil

This unique blend may already be in your household.

Mix castor oil and baking soda in a small bowl. Evenly distribute until a paste is formed that is not too dry or wet. Apply three times per day to your skin tag with a cotton swab and cover with a bandage.

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After two weeks the skin tag should fall off.

Try to keep the paste off healthy skin as slight burning sensations could occur. If too uncomfortable, immediately wash off and discontinue use.

Oregano Oil

Found in health food stores, oregano oil has been an age old go-to remedy due to its potent antibacterial, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties.

For skin tags, it is mixed with a carrier oil like coconut, jojoba or almond and applied three times per day.

After about one month the skin tag should fall off. Oregano oil can also be strong on the skin so always use a carrier oil and try not to apply to surrounding skin.

Dandelion Juice

Yup, those pesky dandelions that pop up their yellow heads each spring can be used to remove skin tags.

Simply pluck one up by the base of the stem, hold the neck below the yellow bloom and with the other hand squeeze and gently pull downward.

Apply the milky juice extraction to your skin tag and cover with a bandage. Do up to four times per day.

Garlic

Garlic needs no introduction as it holds a laundry list of remedy potential, including skin tag removal.

Slice a small disc of garlic and rub on the skin tag. Slice a smaller disc to fit over the tag and cover with a bandage. Remove and wash before bed.

The skin tag could fall off within four to six days.

Fenugreek Seeds

Eaten as a vegetable in India and used as a fragrance in soaps and cosmetics, fenugreek seeds can be used as a skin tag removal too.

Soak seeds in water overnight. Dab water on the skin tag with a cotton swab as many times per day as you can.

Some recommend drinking the water on an empty stomach or chewing the seeds as it is believed that it stimulates removal of dead skin cells. Fenugreek seeds taste and smell like maple syrup.

Do not eat more than 100 grams of fenugreek seeds a day.  Also, if you have anemia or thyroid conditions avoid this herb. Always check with your doctor before taking any herbal remedy.

Early Detection

Most skin tags are harmless, but for some they may also be warning signs.

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Studies are ongoing, but one conclusion from research by the Department of Dermatology, at the Iran University of Medical Sciences stated,

“These results show an increased risk of diabetes mellitus in patients with multiple skin tags. With regard to the importance of early diagnosis of diabetes, we recommend a high level of suspicion for impaired carbohydrate metabolism in patients with skin tags.” (National Institutes of Health)

Another study linked skin tags with obesity (diabetes and obesity are also connected),

The Department of Dermatology, Cairo University, Egypt concluded that,

“The results of this clinical study showed that not only the number but also the presence of mixed-color ST was related to obesity.” (Indian Journal of Dermatology Jul/Aug 2011)

These 5 natural ways to remove skin tags are easy and painless. Check with your doctor before using.



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