Skin tags are those unsightly flaps of flesh that tend to protrude in the most visible of places! If you’re reading this now, then chances are you’re looking for an easy to use solution that isn’t in any way painful. Yes, surgery has been the accepted and longstanding option for those seeking to remove skin tags. It isn’t required anymore! The market is well-saturated with products that allow users to remove their skin tags from the privacy of their own home, but do they work? I can safely reveal the answer.
Why Skin Tag Removers Don’t Work
The majority of skin tag removal kits on the market today are blade-based. After applying a topical gel that is designed to numb the area being treated, users bring a disguised blade to their own flesh and attempt to hack the skin tag off. Sounds violent, doesn’t it? It’s understandable why these kits don’t work based on just this alone. I sure wouldn’t want to bring a knife or razor to my own flesh; numbed or not!
Their popularity resonates well with the market because they’re typically very cheap to produce, so are usually offered at very low prices. However, there is a sort of mental block that goes through many users’ minds just before the actual removal process. This can cause an incomplete removal by skimming the skin tag, or just flat out not working because users can’t go through with the process. No matter how camouflaged the blade is within the device, it’s still there and users know it!
This isn’t to say that they’re at all ineffective. Rather, it’s the user who makes the product ineffective. This is completely understandable, but it does raise the question of how skin tags can be removed safely from home if blades aren’t being used.
Should You Go To Your Doctor?
Not necessarily. Even under the guidance of a surgeon, skin tag removal with a blade can still be dangerous. Localized swelling is a common side effect of blade surgery and varies between patients, but can sometimes lead to a ridged scar that is raised off of the skin. This completely defeats the aesthetic purpose of having a skin tag removed in the first place! Some modern surgeons use laser removal techniques, but this doesn’t necessarily eliminate the risk for scarring. Some scarring may still occur with laser surgery. There has to be a solution that doesn’t scar, doesn’t use a blade, and doesn’t require anybody else to know about it. After much deliberation and research, I found it and can confirm that it does work for the majority of users.
What Remedy Works?
Tag Away is a revolutionary take on the skin tag removal procedure. It is a topical gel that is applied directly to a skin tag up to three times per day. With repeated use, the gel will leech into the skin tag and cause it to harden. As the skin tag hardens, the skin will become dehydrated and very brittle to the touch. The skin tag will simply fall off after that! Yes, skin tag removal really is that simple.
The product is based on natural herbs, but while effective it’s very important to note that there is an unearthly odor associated with Tag Away. Many users have compared it to a very poorly blended coal tar soap. Users will have to endure this for the duration of their treatment, which the manufacturer suggests can last for up to eight weeks.
Does Tag Away Work?
There is a mixed reception out there for Tag Away, but there is a very large group of users who can confirm that the product indeed works. Here is what a couple of users had to say about their experience with the product:
Learn more about Tag Away from our in-depth review on this skin tag remover: http://tagawaycritic.com/tag-reviews-heres-research/