SKIN TAG REMOVAL
A skin tag is a small tag of skin that looks like a small piece of soft, hanging skin. These are also known as acrochordon, cutaneous papilloma, cutaneous tag, fibroepithelial polyp, fibroma molluscum, fibroma pendulum, papilloma colli, soft fibroma, and a Templeton skin tag. It is possible for skin tags to appear on any part of the surfaces of the skin and on all areas of the body. However, they most commonly will appear on the eyelids, armpits, under the breasts, in the groin area, on the upper chest, and on the neck. Skin tags most frequently occur in the creases and foldings of the skin. For this reason, certain people are more susceptible to have them than others. For example, people who are overweight and obese will typically be much more prone to developing skin tags. Their excess weight causes them to have excess skin, which creases and overlaps at a greater rate.