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Skin Tag Removal

All you need to know about skin tags

Discovering a tiny skin tag -- or several skin tags -- on the neck or under the arm can be alarming. But there's no reason to worry, skin tags are harmless. They're not cancerous and they don't increase the risk of any kind of cancer. Skin tags are usually oval flaps of tissue that hang from the skin on a tiny stalk. They may appear alone or in a group. Typically, they're the size of a grain of rice, but they can be smaller or larger. Rarely, they can get as big as a grape. They're common and almost half of all people have a skin tag at some point in their lives. They commonly occur increases on folds of the skin.

Is there another medical name for a skin tag?

Medical terms may use to describe a skin tag include fibroepithelial polyp, acrochordon, cutaneous papilloma, and soft fibroma. All of these terms describe skin tags and are benign (noncancerous), painless skin growths

What causes skin tags?

The precise cause of skin tags is unknown


Skin allergy symptoms like redness, itching, and swelling often go away on their own in a week or two, with or without treatment. You can do some things to make it more comfortable in the meantime.

Avoid contact. It might sound obvious, but it’s worth a reminder.

You can’t use or touch what triggers your allergy.

Shower can help calm a fiery rash.

Wash the area with cold or regular water (never hot water) one to two times per day, gently pat dry with a paper towel and then moisturize with Liquid Vitamin E or vitamin A and D.

Use Vitamin E (Vitamin A and D) to protect your skin in the morning and night for 1 month.

Wear cotton clothes for 1 month like a long-sleeve T-shirt or long underwear depending on the place where the removal of skin tags was done.

Avoid rubbing the skin with skin this can irritate the area treated.

Avoid High temperatures.

Take one tablet of Allegra Allergy Relief the same day before (or immediately after)  during 1 week.

Allegra Allergy Relief contains the active ingredient fexofenadine. Allegra is non-sedating, so it should not make a person feel drowsy. Allegra is also a second-generation antihistamine and helps you with relief your skin. There are two options: -Allegra 60 mg tablets with water every 12 hours; do not take more than 2 (two) tablets in 24 hours or - Allegra 180 mg tablets with water every 24 hours; do not take more than 1(one) tablet in 24 hours.

Warnings Allegra Do not use if you have ever had an allergic reaction to this product or any of its ingredients. Ask a doctor before use if you have kidney disease. Your doctor should determine if you need a different dose.

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