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Thread: Has anyone used the Dr. Scholls skin tag remover?

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    I'm thinking of trying this out..has anyone ever used this, does it work?
    /does 1 package contain only 1 treatment for 1 skin tag? or can you do multiple skin tags from 1 box?

    Is it quick and painless? / how does it work?

    Does it really get rid of your skin tag? / does it leave a scar?

    any other info would be greatly appreciated

    /I'm not really interested in going to a derm because last time I went it cost over $160 for 1 skin tag removal.
    I can't afford that.
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    i have. mixed success. i used it on a couple and it hurt pretty badly, but its not unbearable. used it four different times. two tags came off. they get frozen then slowly dry up over the next week or so and come off. i would not use it again. it left a little scar on the the skin where the one tag came off.

    ive heard that applying apple cider vinegar to tags a couple times a day dries them right out. havent tried it, but couldnt hurt to try
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    Thank you so much for your reply! I will try apple cider vinegar

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    I have used it and did not have the issues krysta lynne did...I was impressed that it worked so great - removed several from the neck and shoulder area. No burns, but you have to protect the skin around the tag - make sure you touch the tag only. It will do several applications
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    I know this is an older thread but just wanted to add my 2 cents... I've used it and it didn't really work that well for the $$ you spend. You apply, it does nothing, you reapply a few days later it does a little... not a good option if you have dozens to do.

    What does work is wart remover. You can get the walmart brand for about $6, just make sure it's 17% salysilic acid. AND make sure you only get it on the tag because it does burn a bit. But it does work, usually on the first application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A007 View Post
    Thank you so much for your reply! I will try apple cider vinegar
    Is apple cider vinegar useful?
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    My dad has used it and it didn't work.
    He heard liquid band aid works and it did for him.

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    I use natural remedy to treat skin tags. It works for me!

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    What's the natural remedy Linda?

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    No, I got permanent solution over it through laser therapy. I took at Anti Aging Clinic located in Toronto. Why don't you try something like that?

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    Haven't heard and try it though..
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    There are too many solutions to get rid of this problem. As you may go for laser treatment (easy & much effective for permanent solution), Or you may go for natural home made remedies :-
    Apple Cider Vinegar

    Lemon juice
    Fig stem juice
    Tea tree oil
    Castor Oil
    Dandelion Stem Oil

    Oregano oil
    Fresh Garlic

    Water Based Black Walnut Hull Tincture



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