If you’ve got skin tags you want to get rid of, you’ve probably stumbled upon Tag Away as a possible fix. You might have even seen it advertised on TV, which makes it one of the only remedies for skin tags that has a television promo. But can an essential oil like this really work on removing skin tags, even if it does take 3 to 8 weeks?
Skin tags are known to pop up just about anywhere on the body, and are benign and nothing to worry about. Because of this they can be left alone, but if they are in a place that is easily noticeable, you probably don’t want to keep them around. Some people say you can just “grip ’em and rip ’em” but this is not the preferred method of removal. If you go to the dermatologist they are probably going to burn them off, freeze them off, or cut them off. This is why rubbing an oil on them daily for a few weeks sounds like a better option.
Tag Away says that it is all-natural and homeopathic, and that it won’t leave a scar behind. They say it’s painless, and doesn’t contain any chemicals. They claim it works on all types of skin, and your skin tag just dries up and falls off in time. They say the timeline for this is 3-8 weeks, and that they won’t grow back once they’re removed. They also say that the results are guaranteed, and that you can return it for a refund if you aren’t satisfied.
Skin tags are a pretty common affliction, and many people are keen to get rid of theirs. Since going to the dermatologist for something as innocuous as a skin tag seems a little excessive, most people want an at-home remedy that they can use in the comfort and privacy of their home, that doesn’t produce a scar, doesn’t hurt, and doesn’t cost a small fortune. This seems to be hitting all of those targets and so it’s going to get a lot of interested parties inquiring about it.
Tag Away is $30 delivered to your door and gets you two bottles of it. The thing about skin tags is that if you’ve got one, you’ve probably got another one, and they can keep popping up as you go through life. Keeping a supply of this on hand is a good way to vanquish them as they occur so you don’t have to bother with them again and again. When you compare this cost to getting them taken off by a doctor, it’s not very bad at all. A lot of health insurance policies won’t cover this, claiming that it’s just a cosmetic procedure.
Applying this daily for 3 to 8 weeks seems like a pretty long time for something as small as a skin tag. Since this is an outpatient procedure at your local dermatologist, you could have your skin tags removed in an hour or less. So you definitely have to commit to using this, and not missing any applications, following the included directions to the letter. The trade off is that you don’t have to go to the doctor and you don’t have to pay their prices for such a simple procedure.
We like that Tag Away is painless, and involves slowly removing it so it doesn’t leave a scar behind. It wouldn’t make much sense if you removed it only to have a scar left behind that is just as visible, or maybe even more noticeable. Since skin tags don’t usually grow back in the same place you can usually get this solved the first time and once and for all. There’s really no way to prevent yourself from getting new ones in other places, and if you’ve got one that means you’re prone to getting them. It’s good to have a system in place for new ones as they develop.
Final Tag Away Review
Tag Away is getting our Solid Try rating, because frankly there aren’t a lot of better alternatives out there that are doing as good of a job. If you’ve resolved yourself to taking care of this on your own you only have so many ways to go about it, and using an oil of this nature is a great option that should fit all of your criteria. Just be sure to use it long enough to get the desired results.
It’s not a bad price for something like this and it’s better to go with an established company that is offering a guarantee than a shady company that isn’t. There are a lot of different wart removal products and skin tag products out there, but they are offered by companies that you wouldn’t want to give your credit card info to.
Official Website: Tag Away
UPDATE: While the effectiveness of Tag Away may be in question, Dermatend has been a proven, highly recommended skin tag remover for years.
What do you think? Does Tag Away work or not?
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