There are many skin tag removal methods available and many of them claim to be safe and effective at home. Skin tags are typically small, skin-colored, harmless growths that hang down like protruding flaps of skin from the body, by a stalk. They are commonly found in overweight and elderly people and on people suffering from diabetes. Even though the cause for these lesions still remains a mystery, doctors assure that they are benign and harmless.
There are claims that common household products such as apple cider vinegar “work miracles” on skin tags and moles. Many of its supposed benefits are unproven, but some still think that adding a little of this sour liquid to your life may have some health benefits. Even celebrities everywhere are hopping on the bandwagon of washing with apple cider vinegar, promising everything from acne-free skin to effective dandruff relief. Unfortunately, others have taken it too far by claiming it removes skin tags safely and completely. The purported claim is that the acid in the vinegar destroys the tissue that causes the stalk without damaging the surrounding skin […]