• Marie Beacham

Skin Tag Removal

Updated: May 13, 2019

Have you ever glanced in the mirror and noticed a small, pale piece of skin growing next to your eye, on the top of your lip, or on your neck? Chances are this is a skin tag.

Skin Tag on Eyelid

Skin tags are small growths that can grow virtually anywhere on the body. They are composed of collagen and blood vessels that get stuck in a larger piece of skin. They may grow in areas where skin meets skin, or where articles of clothing rub against the skin. These areas may include, for instance, the eyelids, armpits, groin, upper chest, neck, and back.

Skin tags, while aesthetically frustrating, are usually harmless. They are benign growths that typically don’t grow, advance, or turn into anything that would require serious medical attention.

The only time they may cause any frustration is when they are itched or rubbed. When prompted, they can become inflamed and irritated. However, if they are left alone, they are usually innocent.

Skin tags can be found on people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. They do not discriminate, they can be found on virtually anyone. While they are harmless, most people with skin tags wish to get rid of them.

Over-the-counter treatments for Skin Tags often lead to bleeding and excessive scarring. The safest and most successful way of removing Skin Tags is to have it done by a specialist if you want to be sure of achieving the best possible removal results.

Skin Tag Removal Treatment is quick and easy with Aesthetics & Beauty

FREE consultations.

Call or text Marie on 07969 391370 / 01323 913134 or email aestheticsandbeauty@mail.com

to book your Skin Tag Removal appointment now!

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