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How to Get Rid of Skin Tags Naturally

 

from Medical News Today

(The Best Years in Life) Before you try any of these methods, be sure the clump of skin you want to remove is truly a skin tag and not a mole or wart. A healthcare professional can answer that question for you.

Although skin tags can be removed quickly by a healthcare provider in the office, natural methods can take a week or longer, so you need to be patient. If you are ready, open up your kitchen cabinets and find a method that appeals to you.

Always gently clean and dry the skin tag before applying any of these methods. Skin tags that appear on the eyelid or near the eye are best handled by a medical professional.

Apple cider vinegar. Use a cotton ball or soft cloth to apply apple cider vinegar to the skin tag 8 to 10 times a day. Rub gently in a circular motion. The tag should fall off in about 1 week.

Baking soda and castor oil. Mix a small amount of castor oil with baking soda to make a paste. Apply the paste and cover with an adhesive bandage overnight. Clean the tag in the morning and repeat application of the paste every night for 8 to 10 days.

Banana peel. Apply a small piece of banana peel, the inside of the peel against the skin tag, and cover with an adhesive bandage. Wear overnight. Remove during the day, and repeat every night until the skin tag falls off.

Fruit juice. Use only fresh lemon, lime, or pineapple juice. Apply to the skin tag 2 to 4 times a day with a cotton ball. Do not rinse the juice off. The tag should fall off in about 7 to 10 days.

Garlic. Apply minced garlic to the tag and cover with an adhesive bandage. Change the bandage three times a day. This approach may be offensive if you work in an office! To avoid skin irritation, you can mix a drop or two of vitamin E oil with the garlic.

Ginger. Rub fresh ginger slices on the skin tag for several minutes 8 to 10 times a day. The skin tag should fall off within 2 weeks.

Skin tags can be a nuisance if clothing or jewelry rub against them and cause irritation. If you want to remove skin tags naturally, you might consider some of the natural methods using food discussed here.

See also:

Natural Remedies for Safe, Effective Treatment of Skin Rashes

Natural Fruits, Foods and Remedies Give Smoother, Younger Skin

     

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