ElimiTag is a homeopathic way to gradually get your skin tags to go away, without the need of having them surgically removed. They are trying to appeal to those that have multiple skin tags and don’t want to pay by the tag at the dermatologist, have any scars left over, or feel the pain that comes from getting them taken care of that way. But can this really be the solution?
Trying to treat your own skin problems can be tricky business, but skin tags are one of the abnormalities that you can take care of on your own because they’re benign. You might run into a problem if your skin tag is located in a hard to reach spot, which will require the help of a trusted friend or partner so that they can reach it more easily and make sure it gets properly covered.
ElimiTag claims it can get rid of your skin tags in a matter of 3-6 weeks without pain, scarring, and using all natural ingredients. Because it’s all natural and a homeopathic remedy it shouldn’t have any side effects to the healthy skin surrounding it, and should go to work on the skin tag, slowly drying up and eventually falling off altogether without a trace. At least that’s what’s proposed here, and it’s up to real world users to try it out and see what sort of results they get.
If you’re not familiar with what homeopathic treatments are or how they work they’re made by taking small amounts of active ingredients and then diluting them in water and shaking them up and diluting them further. The end result is basically almost all water with trace amounts of the active ingredient in them. It’s based on the idea that like cures like, and the vibrational essence of the active ingredients is amplified the more it’s diluted and shaken.
You get two bottles of ElimiTag for $30 delivered to your door. They make it a point to let you know that with their 15ml bottles you’re getting 50% more than with Tag Away with their 10ml bottles. Since you’re going to need to use this over a period of weeks, and most people have more than one skin tag and are prone to getting them in the future, it does make sense to get as much as you can for the same price.
Your commitment level will largely depend on how many skin tags you want to get rid of, how well they respond to the treatment, and how diligent you are about not skipping applications. It can be hard to remember to keep applying the solution to your skin tag, but you can leave yourself reminders or set a daily alarm on your smartphone so you don’t forget. The more you stick with it the faster it will work.
ElimiTag is a slower approach then getting your skin tags frozen or cut off by a dermatologist, but it’s also potentially a cheaper way to go and one that won’t leave a scar behind when you’re done. It wouldn’t make much sense to remove an unsightly skin tag but have an unsightly scar take its place. Most times when you opt to go the all-natural route you are sacrificing some benefits for others, and in this case you’re going the pain-free route but it’s going to take far longer than an outpatient visit.
Final ElimiTag Review
ElimiTag gets a Solid Try rating from us, as it’s basically trying to undercut the competition by offering fifty percent more for the same price. The feedback has been mixed for its closest competitor Tag Away, and the only feedback we could find for ElimiTag was from biased affiliates that regurgitate the same features and benefits. That’s why we’re relying on our visitors to chime in below to give actual accounts on how this worked for them. We’ll then change our recommendation based on what third-party accounts are showing us.
At $30 for 30ml this is the most cost effective way we’ve seen that could potentially take care of all of your skin tags without the need to have them professionally removed.
We’ve found a product that removes skin tags, gets good reviews, and has also been shown to work on moles and warts as well, and that’s Dermatend. You might feel like you don’t have many options when it comes to removing skin imperfections on your own, but there are actually plenty of products to try, it’s just a matter of finding one that works for you and your specific case. You can always go to your dermatologist when all else fails, but their options are usually limited to burning them or cutting them off leaving scars.