6 ways to get rid of pesky skin tags


Beauty is a very important thing to humans as we tend to judge things by their appearances and tend to feel relaxed around beautiful and attractive things. Therefore, anything that disrupts that beautiful perception of our bodies is problematic to us and we want to excise it at all costs.

Skin tags are one of those things; they are kind of lumps of skin that typically develop where skin rubs against the skin such as eyes, armpits, groin and breasts. There is certain inconclusiveness on what causes them; some speculate on obesity others say that it is an imbalance in the hormones of your body.

Well whatever it is, this is an article on ways to get rid of them

Apple Cider Vinegar

You might recognize this as a popular salad dressing, but its benefits surpass just being a tasty addition to your food menu. . As you already know, it is an acidic fluid and so is great for getting rid of skin as it will break down skin tissue, a continuous application of it will eventually make the skin tag to dry up and fall off.

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Lemon Juice

This is another acidic fluid that we tend to commonly associate with the kitchen and as an appetizer but its potential are more than that. Lemon juice has the ability to slowly start decomposing the skin tag making it dry up and fall off.

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Oregano Oil and Coconut Oil

The first one may sound strange to you but no worries, it completely safe, Oregano oil is a type of oil that is good for problems with lumps and Coconut oil as you know already contains lauric acid useful for the treatment of warts.

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Garlic is a natural anti fungicide and warts decomposer, it might smell unpleasant, but your skin will be smooth after just a couple of days of treatment.

Lemon Juice

Lemon juice is rich in citric acid that removes dead cells and dries out skin tags. If you apply lemon juice daily for a couple of weeks, you'll notice that the skin tags start slowly decomposing.

Clean the affected area with lemon juice daily

Aloe vera

Aloe vera has amazing anti-oxidant and wound-healing properties that help to heal these skin tags amazingly well.

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William Nwokoji
William Nwokoji
William Nwokoji is a content writer, copywriter, and creative writer with 6+ years of experience. He has a background in Pharmacy tech, and Medicine and surgery. Currently, an undergraduate student at Alex Ekwueme Federal University, in his spare time, he can be found reading, working on his skills and working on his novels.

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