Skin tags can happen to anyone. Their medical term is acrochordon and they are a result of accumulation of blood vessels and collagen in the thicker parts of the skin.
They can be found in different areas of the body, like armpits, arms, neck, eyelids, and lower part of the breast, both in women and men. Skin Tags look like small fleshy outgrowths that are deformed in shape.
Beside all the medical ways to treat them, there is also a successful natural way you can try.
Read these 7 ways and treat your skin tags at home.
1. Tea Tree Oil
Put a cotton ball in some water and let it soak. Next pour at least 2-3 drops of tea tree oil on it and start rubbing the skin tag you want to treat. Do the rubbing in circular motions and really gently. It is recommended to repeat this on a daily basis for a week.
2. Apple Cider Vinegar
This method should be applied daily for a month. You just need a cotton ball soaked in apple cider vinegar and applied directly over the skin tag.
3. Pineapple Juice
This is really simple. You just have to apply pineapple juice on the skin tag daily for ten days. Do not wash the juice after applying it. Pineapple juice can also be effective in the case of warts and moles.
4. Onion Juice
For this treatment, you need to cut an onion and leave it in a vessel with salt on it overnight. Next morning just squeeze the juice and apply it on the skin tag for 10-12 days.
5. Castor Oil
Castor oil can be used as a treatment for many issues. Make a paste of castor oil and baking powder and apply it on the skin tag for 2-4 weeks.
6. Banana Peel
Cut a small piece of banana peel that will cover the skin tag and place it over the issued area. Put gauze over that area and let it stay overnight. Repeat this treatment until your skin tag is gone.
7. Duct Tape
This is one really rear treatment. You can heal your skin tags with sticking a piece of duct tape to the area daily for 10-12 days.
It is really important to never try some surgical means or castrations at home. Just follow these simple natural ways to get rid of skin tags. And if they don’t help you, just consult your doctor in order to prevent infections and complications.