Getting Rid of Skin Tags

Skin tags are relatively common. About half of all human beings suffer from skin tags at least once in their lifetime.


Your dermatologist or general practitioner is likely to refer to skin tags as acrochorda because acrochorda is the scientific nomenclature for skin tags. Other names for skin tags include: fibroepithelial polyps, soft fibroma, cutaneous papilloma and skin tabs.


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In this in depth exposé, we are going to interchangeably refer to skin tags as soft fibroma and cutaneous papilloma.

Soft fibromas are tiny, benign protrusions from the skin that measure less than 1cm. In extreme cases, they may attain 5cm. They are most likely to develop on regions of the body where, folds of skin are located. The neck, armpit and groin are prominent examples of such body parts.

The surface of soft fibromas is irregular. The surface can be smooth but this is rare. In general, a soft fibroma looks like a nipple.

Men and women are affected by soft fibromas; however, they are more prevalent among women because of gigantic hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy.


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Skin Tags Home Care Remedy

You can be infected at any age; however, it is more prevalent among middle aged people. After the age of 45, the prevalence increases. Soft fibromas are also thought to have a genetic component. Some people are simply more predisposed to developing soft fibromas than others.

Home Remedies for Skin Tags


Cutaneous papillomas are harmless, non-contagious tumors. There is no need to treat them from a medical perspective. When left untreated, the tumors never become cancerous. They do not present any danger to your health.

Nonetheless, many people still opt to treat their condition for esthetic reasons. A single cutaneous papilloma on a visible area like your face, neck or eyelids can fundamentally alter your appearance.

You can treat cutaneous papillomas with the help of vitamin E.

Rupture a vitamin E capsule and pour the content on your cutaneous papilloma. Apply a cloth type band aid over the cutaneous papilloma. Apply the band aid with firmness. Your objective is to disrupt the flow of blood to the tumor.


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Skin Tags Treatment

Leave the band aid attached; until, the tension loosens. If the tension becomes loose, remove the band aid. Clean the area! Re-apply some vitamin E then re-apply the band aid firmly. Do this repeatedly; until, the cutaneous papilloma falls off.

This method works by starving the cutaneous papilloma of blood supply. The nourishing effects of vitamin E serve to soothe and foster the healing of skin after the tumor falls off.

You can treat your cutaneous papilloma with tea tree oil.

Wash the cutaneous papilloma and the surrounding skin with plenty of water. Dry the region with a towel. With the help of a dripper, drop 1 or 2 drops of tea tree oil on the tumor.

Do this at least three times daily. If the tea tree oil produces a burning or stinging sensation, you should dilute it. A 1:1 ratio of dilution is adequate. A 1:1 dilution ratio means that, you should mix 1 tea spoon of tea tree oil with 1 tea spoon of water.


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How to Remove Skin Tags

After a few days or weeks of application, the cutaneous papilloma will gradually wither and fall off.

Revitol Skin Tags Remover


Revitol skin tag remover is an all-natural homeopathic remedy. The 100% organic revitol formula has won several awards from the International Council on Medical Health for its effectiveness in treating cutaneous papillomas.

The revolutionary revitol formula is based on the potent essential oil, thujaoccidentalis. Thujaoccidentalis is a natural plant extract with a wide range of medical applications.

Dermatologists highly recommend revitol because of its leading advantages.

Other treatment methods are associated with a host of adverse side-effects such as bleeding, infections, pain and scarring. The potent revitol formula is a safe cream that painlessly eradicates cutaneous papillomas without leaving scars.


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Techniques to Remove Skin Tags


People of every skin type are pleasantly amazed by the speed and effectiveness, with which, revitol eradicates their condition. Order the advanced revitol formula now and get rid of your skin tags.


Psoriasis is not Eczema

Psoriasis and eczema are both skin rashes. Both skin infections hurt, itch and irritate. In spite of their similarities, each has unique symptoms, with which, they can be identified.


Psoriatic patches are red, white and silvery. Eczema rashes are lighter than the rest of the skin.

Psoriatic patches are slightly raised above the surrounding skin. Eczema rashes are flat. Eczema rashes are at the same level as the healthy skin.

Psoriatic patches form within clearly defined borders. Eczema rashes are more spread out. They do not have any clear-cut borders.


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Psoriatic patches are more likely to occur inside skin folds. You’ll most likely find them outside the elbows or in front of the knees. Eczema rashes are more likely to occur inside skin joints i.e. inside the elbows and behind the knees.

There are five types of psoriasis: plaque, guttate, inverse, pustular and erythrodermic. Plaque psoriasis is the most widespread. It affects between 80 to 90% of all psoriatic patients.

 

Causes of Psoriasis


Psoriatic rashes are caused by the over production of skin cells. The over production is an immune-mediated response to a perceived threat.

In normal healthy skin, the skin cells are replaced once every four weeks. At the rate of reproduction, the body effectively gets rid of dead skin cells. During a psoriatic flare, new skin cells are produced every day.


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Psoriasis Treatment

The body is unable to cope with this excess production. As a result, old dead cells accumulate on the epidermis and soon enough, they begin itching and irritating.

In a healthy individual, the immune system uses white blood cells to fight pathogens. T cells are a type of white blood cells. During a psoriatic flare, T cells attack healthy skin cells. This happens because of an immune system failure. The immune system mistakes a healthy cell for a pathogen and activates the T cells.

Several factors can trigger this immune system failure.

Genetics is the leading trigger. Psoriatic plaques are largely congenital. One out of every three persons with psoriasis has a family member who has or has had the infection.


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Psoriasis Skin Inflammation

Other known triggers include stress (mental or physical), smoking, drinking excessive amounts of alcohol, streptococcus infections, skin injury (sunburn, koebner response) and other immune system disorders.

Psoriatic plaques can affect any body part or the entire body. The most frequently affected body parts include: knees, elbows, eyelids, mouth, toenails, fingernails, genitals, skin folds, armpits and face.

Remedy for Psoriasis


Psoriatic flares can be treated with one or any combination of the following treatment techniques: topical agents, systemic agents, phototherapy, biologics and alternative therapy.

Not all treatment techniques are suitable for all conditions. Severe infections need more potent techniques like systemic agents. System agents are pharmaceutical drugs. They are very potent but they also have nefarious side-effects because of their toxicity.


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Psoriasis Skin Rash


Phototherapy is suitable for moderate psoriatic infections. Phototherapy involves the use of ultraviolet light to heal the infection. Ultraviolet light works by penetrating the skin and slowing down the production of new skin cells.

Dermasis is a topical agent. Dermasis is used to treat mild and moderate cases. Infections are considered moderate, if they cover less than 10% of the body’s surface.


Dermasis guarantees a soothing and effective recovery. Order the certified, FDA-approved Dermasis system now and gain rapid relief from the itching and annoyance of psoriasis.