How can they be removed?
Although skin tags are harmless, they can be unsightly. They can also become a nuisance if they are repeatedly irritated. Treatment options include freezing, tying off with a thread, or cutting it off.
Will more growths occur when i remove a skin tag?
There is no scientific evidence suggesting the removal of skin tags results in the proliferation of more growths.
Are skin tags contagious?
There is no evidence suggesting you can "catch" skin tags from human contact.
Skin tags, or acrochordons, are small, harmless growths on the skin. They tend to grow in armpits, on the neck, around the groin, on the eyelids and under breasts.
Almost everybody is affected by skin tags at some point in their lives and the cause is not completely clear, but they appear to occur when skin rubs against other skin or clothes.