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yansee | 12:40 Tue 28th Jun 2022 | Body & Soul
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Hi , Anyone used cream or pads to remove skin tags , i paid £80 to have one removed in a private clinic but that was on my eye lid so didn`t want to use cream i have a few on my neck and armpits and like some advice on a safe product you`ve used product , Thanks

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Tweezers.
Scalpel.
Prepare for a second of discomfort.
Small plaster.

Or

A fiend.
Strong cotton or fishing line.
£80 quid for one skin tag??

I’m in the wrong job!
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FattiscusInch Yeah me too , it was right on the ridge of my eyelid took about 30 seconds and 80 quid gone
I would drop into Boots to use their skin tag remover if you really must have it removed......expensive I think.

Fatticus, the fee is for the training and experience to enable one to remove the skin tag, not the time it takes.
I once cut one off using scissors. It bled for a little while. This was on my arm.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=skin+tag+remover&;ref=nav_bb_sb

I've used the tag band: it was a bit tricky to manoeuvre but it worked. II can't speak for the rest.
Sqad
//I would drop into Boots to use their skin tag remover if you really must have it removed......expensive I think.

Fatticus, the fee is for the training and experience to enable one to remove the skin tag, not the time it takes.//

Lol, I daresay there are many carrying out all sorts of procedures on the High Street on lips etc who ought to have their ‘qualifications’ pored over.
I’m sure even you’d admit you don’t exactly need to go to Med school to remove a skin tag without an anaesthetic.
Fatticus....true.........if all goes well.
Best I take more care shaving I guess, the blood loss is generally about the same as a shaving nick.
Hi, yansee. Hope you are doing ok :)

Fatticus, previous med history includes heart bypass so I think yansee would still be on a blood thinner. Definitely not suitable for cutting off with scissors.
choux
//Hi, yansee. Hope you are doing ok :)

Fatticus, previous med history includes heart bypass so I think yansee would still be on a blood thinner. Definitely not suitable for cutting off with scissors.//

Best yansee presents to their GP in that case where a full medical history can be gleaned?
Or provides a concise and full one when asking advice from strangers on an Internet forum?
Well now, Fatticus, if you had gone through exhaustive medical training you might have thought to ask before suggesting cavalier actions.
I’ll bow to your superior knowledge and advise yansee to ignore the advice of others too, stick to the GP or Hight Street.
yansee was seeking the recommendation of people who have tried cream or pad products and, yes, I probably do have superior knowledge over yours :)
Obviously, that’s why I said I’d bow to it.
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Thanks all , end of
I have twisted mine as far as it goes one way, and then twisted it back as far as it goes the other! This seems to cut off the blood supply, and it shortly dries up and falls off. Bear in mind that skin tags on the neck and under the arms is often a sign of type two diabetes.

My sister went on a ketogenic diet, and hers just vanished.
I think squad is right,it's the damage someone could do to your eye if
they are not qualified,listen to the professional.

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