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Worried About Skin Tags On Your Face or Eyes? Get Skin Tag Removal Treatment!
What is a Skin Tag?
A skin tag is a tiny piece of hanging, soft skin that may have a stalk or peduncle. They appear on your body where the skin rubs against clothing or other skin. Skin tags look horrible and unpleasant on the body’s skin, especially on the face or eye area.
Wearing jewelry or slightly tight clothing could be painful if you have these on your neck and when they get caught in your jewelry or clothing. The most noticeable areas, such as arms, hands, neck, or face, are more prone to look unpleasant due to skin tags on them.
Skin Tag Removal Treatments
Our experts are highly trained, qualified, and experienced in performing skin tag removal procedures. Being an established and reputable clinic in London, we use advanced, state-of-the-art equipment to treat your skin conditions in a comfortable and clean environment.
Most types of skin tags are not harmless and may fall on their own, over time. However, when it becomes troublesome either due to its placement or size, they should be removed with our clinically proven, non-invasive treatments like Advanced Electrolysis or Cryosurgery.
Let’s have a look at how these treatments will remove your skin tags:
Electrolysis: Electrolysis cauterizes the skin tag using a tiny probe with a slight electric current. This non-invasive treatment will give you immediate results and ensure that skin tags will not reappear. If you have skin tags on your face, then this treatment will be best for you because it has a lot less risk of leaving scars on the skin.
Cryosurgery: A liquid nitrogen is applied with a cotton-tipped swab or spray canister that freezes the skin tags, kills the cells, and blocks the blood supply within the skin tags, which causes it to drop off eventually.
During your free consultation session, our experts will examine the nature and size of your skin tags and determine the best treatment plan possible for you.
After the skin tag removal treatment, scabs or blisters may form, which takes two weeks to heal. Your treated area may appear red for a few days.
The risk of scarring is quite minimal; however, we will suggest some aftercare products and post-treatment advice, which will promote a speedy recovery. There is no downtime involved in small skin tag removal, but in case of large skin tag removal, you may have to take a day off from work.
Our Skin Tag Removal Treatment Options
As a leading cosmetic treatments clinic, we provide you with the latest options, including Electrolysis and Cryosurgery. Our expert recommends suitable treatment after careful analysis of your skin tag. Both treatments instantly remove your skin tags without leaving permanent scarring.
Electrolysis is more suitable for noticeable skin tags such as on the face. At the same time, cryosurgery is usually recommended for larger skin tags and may need a few treatment sessions to get rid of a skin tag completely.
Who Is Suitable for This Treatment?
Anyone who has hanging, flat, large or small skin tag or tags can get our skin tag treatment.
The Latest Cosmetic Skin Tag Treatment Is Now On Offer
At Expert Centre, we offer the latest cosmetic skin tag treatment that quickly and effectively removes skin tags with minimum downtime. We use non-invasive skin tag removal treatment which instantly removes these unwanted tags irrespective of their size and shape.
Benefits of skin tag removal
The utmost benefit or reason why people go for skin tag removal is to enhance their appearance and get rid of these blemishes. Other benefits of Skin tag removal treatment are:
- Reduction in irritation
- Better vision and blinking (eyelid skin tag removal)
- A specialised person will evaluate the root cause of your skin tags
How long does it take to recover?
Once your Skin Tag Removal treatment is over, the wound caused at the area of the lesion will take around 2-3 weeks to completely heal. However, as the wound will be fresh after the treatment, it may take 5-8 days to stop causing discomfort.
Will the skin tag grow back?
The best thing to do to get rid of skin tags permanently is to avoid irritation on the skin that results in the formation of skin tags. Although the removal of a skin tag or tags is generally permanent still they can grow back in the area from where they were removed. They can make a comeback on other body areas too. Make sure to eat a balanced diet and live a healthy lifestyle.
Also, regular exercise to lose weight is considered helpful against the formation of skin tags as this way, excess skin won’t be rubbing against each other.
Do skin tags have roots?
Skin tags don’t have roots that extend underneath the skin like a wart, but they do have nerve cells. So, if you try to cut off a skin tag by yourself at home, it will hurt and may lead to bleeding and infection if you aren’t mindful of using sterilised equipment. The pain and bleeding will be because they have a stalk that connects them to the human body.
Does skin tag removal leave a scar?
Only if you are careless and do it at your home. Doing it yourself at home using nail clippers or anything else may result in complications like infection, bleeding and even scars when the wound is healed. It is advised to always consult a professional for evaluation and safe removal of skin tags.
Is skin tag removal painful?
Your doctor may remove the skin tag using sharp, sterilised scissors or freeze it with a special solution to have it removed. Removing skin tags by freezing is called cryotherapy or cryotag; you only feel a slight pinprick sensation. It isn’t painful, but you may experience slight discomfort during the procedure.
What is the best skin tag removal method?
There are multiple ways of getting rid of skin tags. The doctor may burn or freeze the tags, like warts, to have them removed. They may remove them surgically by applying a local anaesthetic. At Expert Centre, two common ways we use are known Electrolysis and Cryosurgery.
Electrolysis is where the doctor cauterises the tag with a tiny probe and a slight electric current. It is a non-invasive method that gives immediate results with very few chances of skin tag reappearance.
Cryosurgery involves the application of liquid nitrogen to freeze skin tags. This way, the cells are killed, and the blood supply to the tags is blocked, resulting in the skin tag dropping off on its own. After carefully analysing your condition, size and nature of the tags, our doctors will decide the best procedure for you.
What virus causes skin tags?
The presence of the human papillomavirus (HPV).
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