Skin tags are medically known as Acrochorda and they are actually small skin growths that have been caused by rubbing or frictions. They usually appear on the armpits, neck, face, chest, and around the groin. Most of the time they are harmless, but sometimes they might show a more grave issue and they need to be checked by a doctor.

However, they can still cause discomfort and make you feel unpleasant. Dr. Doug Willen is offering you a simple and easy way to get rid of them naturally.

All you have to do is use apple cider vinegar. It can help you immensely if you have skin tags, acne, and moles.

Let’s see how to use it.

Cheap Home Remedy to Get Rid of Skin Tags

The Ingredients:

The Instructions:

First, you need to clear the area with water and soap. When you do, pat dry the skin with a towel. Then, soak the cotton ball in apple cider vinegar. Make sure you squeeze the excessive vinegar and apply it on the affected area. Do this a couple of times during the day.

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Apple cider vinegar is acidic, so, this means that it can cause a mild burning or itching sensation. However, if it continues to do so, dilute the vinegar with a couple of drops of water.

You will soon notice, in most cases even after a week that the skin tag will start to become lighter and lighter and it will eventually fall off. This is all thanks to the apple cider vinegar effect and we all have it at home. So, next time when you have problems with skin tags, try this remedy and see for yourselves. Just be patient and the effects will amaze you so much you will not believe it!

Sources:

healthyfoodhouse.com

www.curejoy.com

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Skin tags are medically known as Acrochorda and they are actually small skin growths that have been caused by rubbing or frictions. They usually appear on the armpits, neck, face, chest, and around the groin. Most of the time they are harmless, but sometimes they might show a more...