Skintags are extra growth that appears on your skin and have a bothersome appearance.
They are very commonly seen in both men and women, usually above 35 years of age.
Skintag tends to develop when skin rubs against itself which are common areas of skin folds. Mostly on the neck, armpits, upper chest region, and near eyelids.
Moles emerge in childhood or adolescence and change their size and color as you grow.
Health experts advice
- Skintag removal at home is not recommended, due to the risk of bleeding and possible infection.
- Skintag / moles/ warts which are aesthetically non-appealing can be removed by a Non-invasive medical technique called Radiocauterization.
- Cauterization is carried out only after the application of numbing cream which takes around 30 minutes making the process completely painless
- It is safest for a medical professional to
skintag removal in a medical setting using a sterile tool ensuring minimal scarring.
WHO IS IT FOR?
- Radiocauterization is useful for painless removal of skintag / moles/ warts on visible parts of body.
HOW MUCH TIME TO SEE RESULTS?
- Immediate skintags removal can be seen
-The final result after healing is aesthetically much superior
FREQUENCY OF TREATMENT
- This is a one time procedure but may need to be repeated in case of recurrence of the condition.
(Recurrence may vary based on reasons ranging from genetic condition to infection).