Applying a baking soda paste or over-the-counter ointment to the tag may help remove an eyelid skin tag, though there is no conclusive evidence that these remedies are effective. A number of other home treatments use harsh astringents and should not be used close to the eyes.
Home remedies for skin tags include applying tea tree oil, lemon juice or apple-cider vinegar to the area. These substances are irritating to mucous membranes and therefore should not be used near the eyes. The best course of action for a bothersome eyelid skin tag is to see a doctor or an ophthalmologist who can perform a freezing treatment or an excision in a sterile environment.