Can you tell me how to get rid of a skin tag?

Manage skin tags. Many times they are from viral infections and often benign skin tumors.Your best course is to see your Plastic surgeon.

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What can I do to get rid of a skin tag? I've never had one until now, and it hurts!!

Dermatologist. If large it will be numbed with a tiny needle. If small, no anesthetic is needed. Then it is quickly and easily snipped off. Usually ferric subsulfate solutiion is used to stop bleeding. No stitches or dressings. Small scab heals in 5 to 7 days. OK to shower or swim. Read more...

How do you get rid of a skin tag that is right below your left eye?

Depends. If it is just a skin tag and is not bothering you, you may leave it alone. If it is cosmetically not acceptable, your doctor could remove it. I would advise against home treatment for a lesion near the eye. Read more...

How to get rid of skin tags without a scar?

Skin tags. If the tags are bothersome, multiple home and medical treatment options are available:tie off tag at narrow base with a piece of dental floss or string.Freeze tag with liquid nitrogen.Burn tag using electric cautery or hyfrecator. Cut skin tags with scissors with or without anesthesia. Read more...
See Your Doctor. Go and see your doctor, usually after a little numbing medicine is applied, they can be painlessly cut off in the office. Read more...

My 2yr old son has two bumps on his arm, think skin tags. How to get rid of this?

Bumps . Molluscum contagiosum are common in young children and see as small round bumps that persist and multiply . Other skin conditions may cause small bumps , see a dermatologist for evaluation and treatment. Read more...

How can I get rid of bumpy skin/skin tags?

See below. Self-treatments are sometimes used, including tying off the small tag stalk with a piece of thread or dental floss and allowing the tag to fall off over several days. Removal of the skin tags by a healthcare practitioner is the established treatment for skin tags that are irritating or pose cosmetic problems. Read more...