Acrochordon or commonly known as skin tags is a condition which occurs due to the accumulation of blood vessels and collagen in the thicker parts of the skin.
These small, fleshy outgrowths which are deformed in shapes usually appear on the lower part of the breast, neck, eyelids, armpits and arms, both in women and men.
Luckily, there are some natural, inexpensive ways in which you can treat them successfully:
Apple Cider Vinegar
Simply soak a cotton ball in some ACV and apply it directly onto the affected area. Repeat each day for a whole month.
Apply a small piece of banana peel onto the skin tag, secure it with gauze and allow it to act throughout the night. In the morning, remove the gauze and repeat this treatment until the skin tag disappears.
Just stick a piece of duct tape onto the affected area every day for 10-12 days.
Tea Tree Oil
All you have to do is to soak a cotton ball in some water and then pour 2-3 drops of this oil. After that, just rub the skin tag in circular motions. Repeat this every day for a week.
Apply pineapple juice onto the affected areas every day without rinse it off. The skin tag will disappear after ten days of application.
First of all, cut the onion and then apply a piece of it in a vessel with some salt and allow it to act throughout the night. The next morning, squeeze the juice and apply it to the area for 10-12 days to remove the skin tag.
Mix some castor oil and baking powder to prepare a paste and then apply it on the skin tag for 2-4 weeks.
Now when you know all these natural treatments, use them to remove skin tags instead of undergoing a surgical procedure or castration which can lead to infections.
You should stick a piece of duct tape to the skin tag daily for 10-12 days to remove the skin tag.