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To remove skin tags, a patient will need to visit his or her dermatologist so the skin tag can be removed via scissors, burning or freezing reports Kid's Health. The pain is usually minimal and if the skin tag is too big... More »

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Skin tags appear at points where skin rubs on skin, according to Everyday Health. Because these intersection points are more common on overweight people, skin tags often appear in the folds of their skin. Other causes in... More »

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According to Healthline, skin tags are harmless growths consisting of fibrous tissue and blood vessels that can develop on the skin of the neck, chest, groin, armpits, stomach and eyelids. Skin tags are typically similar... More »

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To remove a skin tag near the eye, make an appointment with a dermatologist who will then numb the area and cut, burn or freeze the skin tag off, advises Women's Health. You should never attempt to remove a skin tag on y... More »

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Effective methods to remove skin tags include freezing the tag with liquid nitrogen, burning it with electric cautery or electro-desiccation and cutting it off with scissors, states MedicineNet. Tying the tag at its base... More »

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At-home treatments for removing skin tags include freezing or cutting off the tag, as reported by MedicineNet. A small piece of string or dental floss can be tied around the base of the skin tag, and after several days, ... More »

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Treatment options for skin tags are typically simple procedures, including freezing, burning or cutting off the tag, according to Everyday Health. Although many opt for no treatment, people with skin tags on eyelids ofte... More »

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