Skin tags are common soft skin growths, which in most cases appear on the neck, in the groin area, around the arms, around the breasts, or in the armpits.
They are not a serious health threat, but they might be embarrassing or cause discomfort.
The main cause of skin tags is obesity. Yet, they can also be caused by tight, rubbing clothes. Pregnant women also often notice skin tags on their bodies.
The conventional removal methods of ski tags include cutting off or freezing. Yet, there is a simpler way to solve these issues, without visiting a dermatologist.
All you need to do is to rub apple cider vinegar on the skin tag 2- 3 times on a daily basis for a week. Afterward, the skin tag will fall off on its own.
You can also soak a cotton ball in vinegar and then place it over it and secure it with a bandage. Yet, if you prefer this method, make sure you check for skin irritation first.
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