Remove Skin Tags using AVC
Skin tags are the extra pouching out of skin which stays connected to the skin. They are made out of collagen fibre and blood vessels. You will find skin tags mostly around the neck region, underarms, groins, eyelids, back etc. Also, we would like to mention that these are normally found in people suffering from obesity.
Skin tags don't occur at the time of birth, however, people start having them because of changes happening in their lifestyle. You will notice them on around 25% adults. Also, this can be genetical - can be inherited from ancestors.
How to recognise a skin tag
Skin tags are generally brown or flesh colour. They can be smooth, wrinkled and their size may also vary. However, apart from brown and flesh colour, they can be red and black in colour if they are twisted on the blood supply. They may hurt you and can also result in bleeding. Therefore, it is very necessary to treat them correctly and remove them as soon as possible.
Why AVC is helpful in treating skin tags
- AVC is acidic in nature and applying AVC therefore on the affected area will be useful in removing skin tags.
- AVC contains alpha hydroxy acid which helps in removing skin tags effectively.
- It helps in breaking and removing the excess cells present on the skin.
- AVC helps in removing skin tags safely, without pain and quickly.
How to apply Apple Cider Vinegar for Skin Tags:
If you are looking for ways to treat your skin tags with AVC, keep reading to know the ways you can use AVC for treating your skin tags with AVC.
- Remedy One
Clean your skin with lukewarm water and let the area dry completely. Scratch your skin tag with a toothpick but make sure that you are gentle and don't end up bleeding. Take a cotton ball and soak it in apple cider vinegar, squeeze out the excess AVC and apply it to your skin tag. Cover the area with a bandage or a tape and leave it as it as for around 5 hours. After 5 hours remove the bandage and let the area dry. Repeat this process for 3-4 times a day.
- Remedy Two
For this remedy, you will need 3 drops of tea tree oil, 5-6 drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice, 4 drops of vinegar and lastly a cotton ball. Mix all the ingredients properly and dip a cotton ball into the mixture prepared. Apply on your skin tag and cover the area using a bandage. Leave the bandage on for around 3 to 4 hours. Remove the bandage and clean the area using warm water.
So these are two ways in which you can use AVC for treating skin tags at home. Both the procedures mentioned above are very safe and quick.